Raue Center Launches Musical Theater Ensemble Class for Youth and Adults


Raue Center press release:

10 October 2021

The Raue Center is proud to announce the launch of its musical theater ensemble classes as part of the inaugural offerings of the Raue Center School For The Arts.

Do you like show tunes? Do you miss singing in a group? Is there a favorite duo or trio that you’ve always wanted to sing? Come and lend your voice as a member of one of our premier musical theater ensembles at the Raue Center School For The Arts!

The Youth Musical Theater Ensemble class will focus on vocal technique that extends beyond solo singing in small and large group ensembles. The group will be working on several songs that will feature all of the members in one way or another, with a final performance at the end of the session. This course is for students who want to be strong members of a whole. This is NOT a choir! The focus will be on modern musical theater. Sing everything from favorite classics to modern day hits from shows like Les Misérables, Dear Evan Hansen, Next to Normal, Mean Girls, and more!

Have you ever wanted to be on stage, but never had the chance? Are you missing the scene? Then the Adult Musical Theater Ensemble is for you. The Raue Center School for the Arts invites you to be a part of their AMTE and sing the favorites of big shows like Mama Mia, Sound of Music and Head over Heels. This low pressure class for ages 21 and up is for those who have always wanted to be on stage, but never had the chance. AMTE will integrate ensemble singing with light choreography and a cash bar!

Risk. To explore. To create. The first semester begins the week of October 11, 2021. Visit rauecenter.org/education/ for complete information on registration, financial aid, and other great opportunities. For specific questions regarding registration, send an email to [email protected]

More information and tickets are available by visiting www.rauecenter.org or by calling the box office at (815) 356-9212.


This press release was produced by Raue Center. The opinions expressed here are those of the author.


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