Welcome to Calvert Hall Theatre

Great theatre drives an audience to a reaction: to yell, to think, to laugh, to cry, and even to scream. It transports the audience, and the performers, to a place far beyond the theater. The Calvert Hall Theatre Department is a vibrant and flourishing program that offers this experience to the young men of Calvert Hall, as well as to talented young ladies from local high schools. The program drives our students to take risks and learn to communicate with honesty, clarity, and passion.
Theatre students are trained in all aspects of technical theatre and design, including how to run and manage the sound and light equipment for our state-of-the-art stage and our 1300-seat theater. Each season, they produce and perform two to three full length productions.
For more information about the Calvert Hall Theatre program, please contact our theatre Director, Mrs. Kelly Kamp.

2018 Spring Musical - Disney's Newsies

Disney's Newsies Audition Info

Description: Inspired by the Newsboys Strike of 1899 and adapted from the 1992 Disney live-action film, Newsies became an unlikely Broadway hit in 2012. Although Newsies is ultimately a work of fiction, the historical strike that took place in July 1899 was every bit as dramatic and major characters found throughout the musical are rooted in historical figures like Kid Blink and Morris Cohen who were the inspiration for Jack Kelly or Nellie Bly who inspired the character Katherine Plumber. Winning two Tony Awards for Best Choreography and Best Original Score and nominated for a Grammy, Newsies is one of the most popular musicals in America.
VOCAL AUDITION – Monday, December 17 - Click here to register for the vocal audition 

Wednesday, December 19

Show Dates:
April 5 (7:00p), 6 (7:00p), 7 (2:00p)                
April 12 (7:00p), 13 (7:00p), 14 (2:00p)
Calvert Hall College Theatre is excited to announce the offering of four (4) complimentary After-School Dance Classes starting November 19th through December 10th in preparation for Newsies!
These classes will focus on beginner to intermediate tap and jazz technique. In addition to strength and conditioning, students will develop fundamental skills including leaps, turns, timesteps, and a variety of basic steps. Both tap and jazz portions of the class will include more extensive combinations that also provide students with the opportunity to refine performance skills, musicality, and coordination. The teacher of this course will be Mr. Chris Taddiken.
Remaining Course Dates:
Monday, December 3rd – 3:15-5:15 pm in the Main Theater
Monday, December 10th – 3:15-5:30 pm in the Main Theater
Please email Mrs. Kamp at kampk@calverthall.com if you are interested in attending one or all of these sessions.

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  • Kelly Kamp 

    Towson University - B.S.

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