Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy Proudly Presents Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. 'Rodgers & Hammerstein's' name in purple over 'Cinderella' in blue with a glass slipper at the end.

Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella is a musical written for television, but later played on stage, with music by Richard Rodgers and a book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. It is based upon the fairy tale Cinderella, particularly the French version Cendrillon, ou la petite pantoufle de verre ("Cinderella, or The Little Glass Slipper"), by Charles Perrault. The story concerns a young woman forced into a life of servitude by her cruel stepmother and self-centered stepsisters, who dreams of a better life. With the help of her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella is transformed into a Princess and finds her Prince.

Show Creative Team

  • Director: Margie Hamm
  • Music Director: Mark Landis
  • Choreographer Natasha Cox
  • Assistant Director: Abbey Ziemba
  • Show Coordinator: Shonda Sonnefield
  • Show Coordinator: Erin Troxell

Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy Proudly Presents Brown paper pirate map background with two young pirates on the left. One on top of the other's shoulders standing on a pirate ship. The words 'How I Became A' in normal case over the word 'Pirate' in all capital letters. The words 'younger' and 'part' on either side of an at symbol under the word 'pirate'. All the wording is left-aligned to the ship and two pirates.

Sail off on a fantastic musical excursion when a band of comical pirates lands at North Beach looking for an expert digger to join their crew. Braid Beard and his mates enlist young Jeremy Jacob as they look for the perfect spot to bury their treasure. Jeremy learns that adventuring can be lots of fun, but love and home are treasures you can’t find on any map.

Show Creative Team

  • Director: Katie Landis
  • Music Director: Jaimie Mosier
  • Assistant Director: Christa Zook
  • Assistant Director: Laurel Hays
  • Show Coordinator: Michelle Wood
  • Show Coordinator: Kim Heron

How I Beceame a Pirate Production Schedule

  • 8/28/21by MidnightVirtual Auditions Due
  • 8/31/214:30-9:30Callbacks - in person
  • 9/7/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 9/11/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 9/14/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 9/18/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 9/21/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 9/25/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 9/28/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 10/2/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 10/5/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 10/9/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 10/12/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 10/16/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 10/19/215:30-8:30Rehearsal
  • 10/23/219:00-11:00Rehearsal
  • 10/24/211:00-10:00Move-in
  • 10/25/215:30-9:30Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 10/26/215:30-9:30Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 10/27/215:30-9:30Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 10/28/215:30 call timePerformance @ 7:30
  • 10/29/215:30 call timePerformance @ 7:30
  • 10/30/2111:00 Call timePerformances @ 1:00, 3:30 & 7:30
  • 10/30/218:30-11:00Load Out

Cinderella Production Schedule

    DateTimesNotes
  • 8/7/21MidnightVirtual Auditions Due
  • 8/10/214:30-9:30Callbacks - in person
  • 8/13/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 8/14/2110:00-1:00Rehearsal
  • 8/17/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 8/20/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 8/21/2110:00-1:00Rehearsal
  • 8/24/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 8/27/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 8/28/2110:00-1:00Rehearsal
  • 9/10/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 9/11/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 9/17/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 9/18/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 9/24/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 9/25/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 10/1/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 10/2/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 10/8/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 10/9/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 10/15/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 10/16/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 10/22/215:30-9:00Rehearsal
  • 10/23/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 10/29/21No RehearsalFall Break
  • 10/30/21No RehearsalFall Break
  • 11/5/215:30-9:30Rehearsal
  • 11/6/211:00-4:30Rehearsal
  • 11/7/211:00-4:00Move-in
  • 11/7/215:00-10:00Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 11/8/215:30-10:00Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 11/9/215:30-10:00Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 11/10/215:30-10:00Tech Week Rehearsal
  • 11/11/215:30 call timePerformance @ 7:30
  • 11/12/215:30 call timePerformance @ 7:30
  • 11/13/2112:30 call timePerformances @ 2:30 & 7:30
  • 11/14/2112:30 call timePerformances @ 2:30 & 7:30
  • 11/14/219:30 - 11:00Load Out

Announcing
Creative Grounds Production of
Jungle Book – kids

Directors: Laurel Hays, Abbey Ziemba, Tiffany Billingsly
Music Director: Mark Landis
Show Coordinators: Michelle Wood, Kim Heron
Student Director: Lyric Burgess
Additional Staff TBA

What does it mean to be A Kids Production?

This is a shortened version of the full production and shorter than the Jr. productions we have done in the past. This production adjusts language and situations to be appropriate for a “school audiences” to watch and/or perform it and reduces the total production to approximately 30 minutes in length.

Rehearsal & Performance details

Rehearsals will be Tuesdays 7-8:30 and Saturday 9-11. See rehearsal schedule calendar below.

Performances & Rehearsals will be held at Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy Studio One – at the Greenwood Park Mall

Performances will be held in person, and streamed online if needed.

Performance dates are set for March 25-27.

Full Rehearsal Schedule (Advance to January through March to see the whole schedule)

Cast Party Date, Time TBA

Sign up for REMIND messages for Spring Production of Jungle Book Kids byclicking here. Class code is @cgfaajbk

CGFAA Code of Conduct

CGFAA Audition Welcome Letter

CGFAA Parent Committee Roles Defined

COVID Class & Production Information

Casting Information

These productions could be double cast based on talent availability and potentially the whole cast could be split based on number of students who audition.  This production is open to students ages 7-12 ONLY.

Production & Audition Fees

Audition Fees are $25 per student. The audition fee is applied to your total Production Fee of $175 which makes the remaining balance $150.  Production fees may be paid in payments split over 6 weeks, but must be paid in full before Tech Week begins.  Audition fees are non-transferrable and not refundable. Limited number of scholarships are available for the production. Please contact Mark Landis to receive the application for Scholarship.

Students are only called for rehearsal when they are needed and will not be called for the entire rehearsal unless needed.  Pizza will NOT be available on Friday.

Saturdays, any student that is called and might need to eat will be encouraged to bring a sack lunch or snack.

Auditions

Auditioning for Jungle Book Kids will be different than our “normal” so that we can begin rehearsals sooner.  Students must submit their one minute song or monologue video via email or Google Drive by no later than January 31st at 12:00PM (noon).  Audition paperwork will also be required to be filled out, no later than January 31st at noon.  A separate email with further details for how to submit your video and a link to the online audition paperwork will be sent by January 22nd to all who have signed up to audition and every 2 days after the 22nd.

As part of their video submission students should have the following on the video:

  • Student name
  • Student age
  • Any specific role you’d like, and/or that you’d accept any role
  • What you’ll be singing/doing for us
  • Do you have any special talents we should know? -BRIEFLY describe these talents
  • Your one minute song or monologue
  • SMILE!!

Videos should be labeled like the following when uploaded or shared:  Last name First name Jungle Book Audition

Click here to sign up to audition.

Spring 2021

2021 is going to be GREAT, at least that’s our plan!  The Spring Season for Creative Grounds is bound to have something for everyone!! From music & movement classes for kids birth through adult with varying developmental needs, to beginner through advance dance classes, to TWO amazing productions; you’re sure to find something for your family as part of this Spring’s Youth Productions, Dance and Theatre Classes.

Check out the details below and sign up today! Spots are limited for ALL of our activities to provide the safest environment and best learning environment for all.

Drop in dance classes for ADULTS!


Special Needs Theatre Classes

Theatre for Littles Ages 4-7

When we participate in Creative Grounds Activities, we know that our kids will grow in both skill and character.

-CGFinearts parent

Spring Schedule

Mondays from 9-10 AM

Katie & Christa

Baby & Me 

A Class of Music & Movement for Babies and their caregivers.

Mondays from 10-11 AM

Katie & Christa

Toddler & Me 

A Class of age appropriate music and movement for toddlers and their caregivers.

Mondays from 5:30-6:30 PM

Katie

Music & Movement

A  Class geared for students with moderate to severe Special Abilities.

Mondays from 7:00-8:00 PM

Katie

Theatre for Special needs 

A class geared for students with mild to moderate Special Abilities.

Tuesdays starting at 1:00 PM

Katie 

Pre-school Music & Drama

A class geared for pre-school students to begin entry level music & drama skills.

Wednesdays from 5-6 PM

Katie

Fairytale Theatre 

A class designed for students ages 4-7 interested in being on stage.

Wednesdays from 6:00-6:45 PM

Christa

Littles Dance Class

A great entry level dance class for those 5-9 who love to dance!

Wednesdays from 7-8 PM

Christa

Tap Dance Class 

A great tap class for those both interested & experienced ages 10-18.

Wednesdays from 8:15 – 9:15 PM

Christa

Teen Drop in Class

A “no commitment” required class, just show up and learn something new each week beginning January 20th.

Registration 

Coming Soon 

Thursdays  from 6-7PM

Christa

Ballet Dance Class 

A great ballet class for those both beginning and advanced, ages 10-18.

Thursdays from 7:15-8:15 PM

Christa

Jazz Dance Class

A great entry and advance level class for jazz dancing, ages 10-18.

Thursdays from 8:30-9:30 PM

Christa

Adult Drop in class 

A great “no commitment” dance class for ADULTS looking to come learn something new and have a little workout at the same time!

 Registration

Coming Soon 


A simply FANTASTIC production, filled with SO much awesomeness!

Join Les Miserables

Les Miserables will be performed by students ages 12-18 ONLY.  This production will be a TON of fun, and we can’t wait to see it take flight.  Click below for more details and to sign up for an audition slot. only 75 slots will be available.

register now

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Jungle Book Kids

Join us for our first ever production featuring our 7-12 year old students!  More details and to register click below.

register now

 

Announcing
Creative Grounds Production of
Les Miserables – School Edition

Directors: Katie Landis, Brandi Vozos, Lawana Penrod
Music Directors: Mark Landis & Terion Cooper
Show Coordinator: Shonda Sonnefield, Erin Troxell
Choreographer: Christa Fleming
Additional Staff TBA

What does it mean to be School Edition?

This is a slightly shortened version of the full production and the next step up from the Jr. productions we have done in the past. This production adjusts language and situations to be appropriate for a “school audiences” to watch and/or perform it.

Rehearsal & Performance details

Rehearsals will be Tuesdays 6-9, Friday 6-9 and Saturday 10-3. See rehearsal schedule calendar below.

Performances & Rehearsals will be held at Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy Studio One – at the Greenwood Park Mall

Performances will be held in person, and streamed online if needed. Performance dates will depend on number of students who audition (one week or two weeks of performances).

Performance dates are set for April 29-May 2 and May 6-9 if needed based on casting results.

Full Rehearsal Schedule (Advance to January through May to see the whole schedule)

Cast Party Date, Time TBA

Sign up for REMIND messages for Spring Production of Les Mis byclicking here. Class code is @cgfaalmse

CGFAA Code of Conduct

CGFAA Audition Welcome Letter

CGFAA Parent Committee Roles Defined

 

COVID Class & Production Information

Casting Information

This production has been cast.  You can find the cast list here. This production is open to students ages 12-18 ONLY.

Production & Audition Fees

Audition Fees are $25 per student. The audition fee is applied to your total Production Fee of $175 which makes the remaining balance $150.  Production fees may be paid in payments split over 6 weeks, but must be paid in full before Tech Week begins.  Audition fees are non-transferrable and not refundable. Limited number of scholarships are available for the production. Please contact Mark Landis to receive the application for Scholarship.

Students are only called for rehearsal when they are needed and will not be called for the entire rehearsal unless needed.  Pizza will NOT be available on Friday.

Saturdays, any student that is called and might need to eat will be encouraged to bring a sack lunch or snack.

Auditions

Auditioning for Les Miserables School Edition will be different than our “normal” so that we can begin rehearsals sooner.  Students must submit their one minute song or monologue video via email or Google Drive by no later than January 10 at 12:00PM (noon).  Audition paperwork will also be required to be filled out, no later than January 10 at noon.  A separate email with further details for how to submit your video and a link to the online audition paperwork will be sent by January 4th to all who have signed up to audition and every 2 days after the 4th.

As part of their video submission students should have the following on the video:

  • Student name
  • Student age
  • Any specific role you’d like, and/or that you’d accept any role
  • What you’ll be singing/doing for us
  • Do you have any special talents we should know? -BRIEFLY describe these talents
  • Your one minute song or monologue
  • SMILE!!

Videos should be labeled like the following when uploaded or shared:  Last name First name Les Mis Audition

Click here to sign up to audition.

If there are none of these available, you may email Mark at mark@cgfinearts.org to be placed on the waiting list.  It is possible you will be asked to submit your audition video by 1:30 Sunday, January 10, if you’re placed on the waiting list and someone drops off the auditions.

Announcing
Creative Grounds Production of
Shrek The Musical – Theater for Young Audiences

Directors: Abbey Ziemba & Katie Landis
Music Directors: Mark Landis
Show Coordinators: Becky Monroe, Shonda Sonnefield
Additional Staff TBA

What does it mean to be Theater for Young Audiences?

This is a slightly shortened version of the full production and the next step up from the Jr. productions we have done in the past. This production adjusts language and situations to be appropriate for a “young audience” to watch and/or perform it.

Rehearsal & Performance details

Rehearsals will be Tuesdays 6-9, Friday 6-9 and Saturday 10-3. See rehearsal schedule calendar below.

Rehearsal locations are TBA as we work through some final details. We have 2 churches who are able to host us.  Specific location may change based on availability of spaces.

Performances will be held at TBA

Performances will be held outdoors, if possible, and streamed online if needed. Performance dates will depend on number of students who audition (one week or two weeks of performances).

Performance dates are set for November 4-8 and 12-14 if needed based on casting results.

Full Rehearsal Schedule (Advance to September through November to see the whole schedule)

Cast Party Date, Time & Locations TBA

Sign up for REMIND messages for Fall Productions by clicking here. Class code is @cgfaastya

CGFAA Code of Conduct

CGFAA Audition Welcome Letter

CGFAA Parent Committee Roles Defined

COVID Plans

Casting Information

These productions could be double cast based on talent availability and potentially the whole cast could be split based on number of students who audition.  This production is open to students ages 8-18.

Production & Audition Fees

Audition Fees are $25 per student. The audition fee is applied to your total Production Fee of $175 which makes the remaining balance $150.  Production fees may be paid in payments split over 6 weeks, but must be paid in full before Tech Week begins.  Audition fees are non-transferrable and not refundable. Limited number of scholarships are available for the production. Please contact Mark Landis to receive the application for Scholarship.

Students are only called for rehearsal when they are needed and will not be called for the entire rehearsal unless needed.  Pizza will NOT be available on Friday.

Saturdays, any student that is called and might need to eat will be encouraged to bring a sack lunch or snack.

Auditions

Auditioning for Shrek TYA will be different than our “normal” so that we can begin rehearsals sooner.  Students must submit their one minute song or monologue video via email or Google Drive by no later than August 30 at 12:00PM (noon).  Audition paperwork will also be required to be filled out, no later than August 30 at noon.  A separate email with further details for how to submit your video and a link to the online audition paperwork will be sent by August 21st to all who have signed up to audition and every 2 days after the 21st.

As part of their video submission students should have the following on the video:

  • Student name
  • Student age
  • Any specific role you’d like, and/or that you’d accept any role
  • What you’ll be singing/doing for us
  • Do you have any special talents we should know? -BRIEFLY describe these talents
  • Your one minute song or monologue
  • SMILE!!

Videos should be labeled like the following when uploaded or shared:  Last name First name Shrek Audition

Click here to sign up to audition.