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  1. Online
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Unless otherwise noted, all shows are performed at

Newtown Theatre

120 N. State Street
Newtown, PA 18940

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Stars of Tomorrow

a weeklong interactive summer theater program for young people ages 6 to 14

July 16 to 20, 2018
Newtown Theatre, 120 N. State Street, Newtown, PA 18940

The kids "clown" their way through "Make 'Em Laugh" from Singing in the Rain.

A weeklong, HALF-DAY program (9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.) for ages 6 to 14
* Learn how to put on a show!
* Explore the arts of acting, movement & music
* Discover how to costume a character & design a set
* Uncover tips for make-up and hair design
* Learn safe techniques in the art of STAGE COMBAT!!
The program culminates in an on-stage performance by participants on Friday


For more information, contact Director Cari Kassel at 917-968-2262.

Newtown Arts Company proudly presents our 2018 staff:

Director Cari Joy Kassel

After earning her M.A. in Educational Theater from NYU, Cari taught 6th grade and music at the Mary McDowell School in Brooklyn NY. After moving to New Jersey, she became the Performing Arts Coordinator at the Cambridge School in Pennington where she currently teaches music and drama and directs the school musical. Cari has performed in Little Women and Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, both with Newtown Arts Company. Additionally, she enjoys writing music and performing her original songs in the area. Cari lives in New Jersey with her husband David, daughter Zinnia and dog Maggie.

Special Presentations byTBA

Stars of Tomorrow 2017 marks Newtown Arts Company’s 10th year of offering a summer theater program for young people ages 6–14. Taught by a wide array of instructors from music and theater education, community theater, and working professional actors, this exciting and fun-filled program offers kids an introduction to a wide variety of theater arts including singing, dancing, acting, set and costume design, hair and make-up, and stage combat. 

Scenes from the 2014 Stars of Tomorrow program

Scenes from the 2013 Stars of Tomorrow finale


Photos ABOVE: Participants dance to the rousing "Revolting Children" from Matilda

Photos ABOVE: Scenes from the 10-minute play Pieces of Eight

LEFT: "You put...a big mark the spot...where you hid the map?!" -- ALEX (laughing)

2ND FROM LEFT: "Ya scurvy dog. Ya scallywag." -- PIRATE 3. "Ahoy thar, matey. Yar wife's a hag." -- PIRATE 4

CENTER: "Aye, Ol' Salty...a true treasure map this be!" -- CAPTAIN SCOTT DePLANCK

2ND FROM RIGHT: "Yo ho! Yo ho! We drink, we fight, be friend of foe! Whack your hands! Stomp your feet! Pull your ears 'n then we eat!" -- PIRATES

RIGHT: "Look...K. K. dug up this old map...can anyone read a map?" -- KATE