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  • Vessels of Gold

    Vessels of Gold
    Friday, 27 April 2018 7:00 - 10:00 PM
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US

    Talents Unleashed studios offers a growing number of performing groups for ages 6-99. Most include music, drama and dance and purposefully include many genres and creative strategies. They also offer private lessons, classes, camps and workshops that promote and enhance experiences in the performing arts. Featured tonight you will see the original group, Vessels of GOLD, performing "Unleashed!" This original script was developed by the performers themselves as part of a process that begins each fall. The hands-on learning method offered at Talents Unleashed is part of what makes it a unique and valuable service to the South Florida community. They are committed to the promotion of family values and providing a safe and nurturing environment for performers of all levels.


    Unleashed!portrays a 20-member cast of characters working together to put on a performance. The process and the result will be sure to dazzle, challenge and uplift all audiences.

    Tickets and information are also available at the Seminole Theatre box office, 786-650-2073 or at 18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL. The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-6:00 pm.



    All sales are final.  There are no refunds for any reason except event cancellation.


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  • SEMINOLE THEATRE MUSICAL THEATRE CONSERVATORY

    There is a new star in town...Your Child! Does your child dream of taking center stage? Learn from the theatre industry's best!


     There is a new star in town...Your Child! Does your child dream of taking center stage? Learn from the theatre industry's best!

    There is a new star in town...Your Child! 

    Does your child dream of taking center stage? Learn from the theatre industry's best!

    Take the first steps by participating in the Seminole Theatre’s Musical Theatre Conservatory Camp.  During this intensive four-week camp, campers will learn how to become a triple threat (actor, singer, dancer) from industry professionals and specialists with a focus on scene study, choreography, vocal training and song interpretation.  In addition, campers will learn the ins and outs of auditions, theater production, and rehearsal preparation, all while having fun, making friendships, and working inside a professional theater.  Campers will work toward their own musical theater showcase, presented on the Seminole Theatre stage for family and friends on the final Friday of class.

    All campers receive:

    • 5 days (40 hours, Monday – Friday, 9AM – 5PM)
    • Instruction in singing, acting and dancing by some of theatres leading professionals.
    • Special Guest Artists
    • Q&A Sessions with industry professionals
    • Backstage seminar with a production crew
    • Official Camp Seminole t-shirts
    • Healthy lunches, snacks and water
    • Script & Music Binder, Pencils and Erasers
    • Scripts, Music and Audition Materials

    Tuition

    Camp tuition to The Seminole Theatre Musical Theatre Conservatory is $600 for four weeks Each session will have a maximum of 40 students (ask about a sibling discount). You can reserve a spot in the camp by paying a non-refundable deposit of $100 by April 1st for Session One and by May 1st for Session Two with the balance due on the first day of camp.

     

    Summer Camp Session 

    Cost: $600.00
    Deposit: $100.00 required when registering 
    Duration: 4 weeks, begins on Monday, June 19th and ends on Friday, July 14th
    Ages: 10-14
    (Balance due on the first day of camp)

    BEFORE CARE

    Cost: 100.00
    Will be offered from Mon, June 12 - June 16
    Check off the Before Care box on your registration Form

    REGISTRATION

    There are two ways to register:

    In person: Registration Form
    To reserve your spot, fill out the completed registration packet and bring deposit and payments to the Seminole Theatre Box Office Tues-Sat from 12pm-6pm.

    Online: Registration Form
    To reserve your spot, pay your deposit online and email completed registration packet to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    For more information please call, Associate Director Tatyana-Marie Carlo 786.650.2073 or send an email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">

     Want to learn more about the Seminole Theatre Summer Camp? Join us for an Open House!

    CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR April 1 - 1 p.m

    CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT FOR April 29 - 1 p.m

     


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  • Baseball Dreams

    “What if Works’ first “dramatic curation”, Baseball Dreams, is taken from a mesmerizing collection of short stories by former Miami Herald journalist and Cuban American novelist Ana Menendez
    Friday, 13 September 2019 8PM Saturday, 14 September 2019 8PM 
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
  • Baseball Dreams

    “What if Works’ first “dramatic curation”, Baseball Dreams, is taken from a mesmerizing collection of short stories by former Miami Herald journalist and Cuban American novelist Ana Menendez
    Friday, 13 September 2019 8PM Saturday, 14 September 2019 8PM 
    Seminole Theatre
    18 N. Krome Avenue, Homestead, FL, US
     

    “What if Works’ first “dramatic curation”, Baseball Dreams, is taken from a mesmerizing collection of short stories, by former Miami Herald journalist and Cuban American novelist Ana Menendez; “In Cuba I was a German Shepherd”. The two-part story explores the phenomenon of parallel dreams with Part I taking place in 1935 as The Daughter recalls her nine-year old father’s relentless dream of becoming a future DiMaggio of the Cuban National League.

    Unable to accept his own failings the Boy’s dream breaks apart, contributing to devastating consequences. Part II takes place in 1965 in which his nine-year old Daughter and her Mother, wait patiently by the seashore for his visit. They become unwitting spectators to the antics of two boys in the midst of a competitive pitching battle. After watching the thrills, spills and dangers generated by the boys the Girl is consumed with a dream that one day she, like the boys, will be able to play baseball.

    Baseball Dreams is a simple, elegiac story, a parable filled with human conflict and compassion. Through its “dramatic curation” What if Works seeks to sustain the author’s work from the page, word-for-word while delivering an indelible experience through the intersection of spoken word, drama, music, movement and video.

     In conjunction with “Baseball Dreams” and in partnership with the Miami Dade Public Schools and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts What if Works will offer a series of writing and adaptation workshops in middle and high schools the results of which will be seen in the “Literary Stage & Screen Youth Festival in June 2020.

    Tickets are also available at the Seminole Theatre box office, 786-650-2073 or 18 N Krome Ave, Homestead, FL (Tues-Sat 12-6pm)

     

    All sales are final. There are no refunds for any reason except event cancellation.

     

    Please note: This production, meeting or event is not presented or produced by the Seminole Theatre, Pinnacle Venue Services or the City of Homestead. The Seminole Theatre acts as a rental venue for groups and promoters of all types. The production values, views and opinions do not reflect those of the Seminole Theatre.


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