Financial aid available! See below for details.
“SCORE!: Reimagined will take the core elements of previous years as a devised, mentor-led theater workshop with music and apply them during a year where COVID-19 has influenced the structure and details of the program to minimize exposure. The value, the energy and the development of skills taught in the program remain. However, things like social distancing, shorter days and modifying how music will be incorporated into the performance allow us to offer an enriching experience during a challenging time when most summer youth programs have been canceled. SCORE!: Reimagined has not. Alumni will participate in the program and help new students while the magnificence of the Embassy stage experience remain intact and offer a magical opportunity to the participants, all culminating in the final performance (live in person as well as live-streamed).”
It’s all yours. You create the story, write the script, play the music, design the costumes and sets.
It’s your story…we’ll help you tell it.
BASIC WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Location: Embassy Theatre, 125 W. Jefferson Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46802
2020 Program Date & Time: July 13-26 / 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Cost: $275 registration
Participants must bring the following to the FIRST DAY of SCORE!: Reimagined:
- A mask or cloth face covering
- Two (2) pool noodles
Click to download SCORE! 2020 application form
Students will work with a professional stage director and educators.
- Sue Caudill, music specialist at Deer Ridge Elementary School who is trained in Creating Opera with Children at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City.
- Bailey Frtiz, Ball State University alum, degrees in Directing and Theatre Education, currently a New York based director and producer. She has a passion for new works, and is currently in the process of producing her first 10 minute festival, Sunday with the Girls; An Afternoon of 10 minutes in New York, previous credits include her continuous work with The Larry Ray Show (Greenroom 42), Matterhorn (The Producers Club), One for the Road (NALPA), and Bully (Ball State University).
- Matthew Reeder, assistant professor of Directing and Shakespeare in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Ball State, was a Chicago area actor and director for 11 years, serves as Artistic Director for the SCORE program, holds an M.F.A in Directing from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.S. in Musical Theater from Ball State University.
- Rebecca Reeder, who has more than 27 years of experience teaching gifted elementary students.
Financial aid options:
Embassy Financial Aid Guidelines
Links Scholarship Information
Links Scholarship Application
Meet students and instructors in the videos below: