*Join our end-of-semester watch party for the premiere of Show Choir's "Highlights from Mary Poppins" on Saturday, 4/10 at 7pm! Click here join.*
Our Online Show Choir program focuses on the skills in singing, acting, and dance; inspiring students to grow as performers while building community and making friends. The program, led by Music Director & Creative Producer Jen Greenwood and Choreographer & Acting Coach Taryn Noelle, focuses on artistic collaboration between students and faculty to create both individual and group pieces for the virtual stage.
Auditions: Students are asked to submit an audition video prior to the first rehearsal if possible. We hold auditions to help us get to know students and to place them in small groups and solos throughout the semester. But don’t worry - all interested students will be accepted in our program unless we meet our maximum capacity. Your audition video should include you reading a brief selection from a script (a 'side'), singing the musical selection, and dancing the audition choreography.
SCHEDULE & IMPORTANT DATES
*Rehearsals may run longer later on in the semester
Performances: Mid-semester Showcase February 20 at 4pm, End of semester Showcase April 10 at 7pm, plus a final video project released in April (dated TBA).
To get a glimpse of what you'll be working on in Show Choir this semester, take a look at the music video made at the beginning of the fall semester. CLICK HERE to watch a video of Walking on Sunshine.
Students in online classes are asked to follow the Flynn's Online Class Code of Conduct:
No hate speech, discrimination, or bullying (including cyberbullying) is allowed in Flynn Online programming, video chats, or communications of any kind. Cyberbullying includes sending, posting, or sharing negative, harmful, false, or mean content about someone else. It can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation. Some cyberbullying crosses the line into unlawful or criminal behavior. Bullying of any kind, including cyberbullying, may result in expulsion from class/camp.
Respect of chosen names and pronouns must be exhibited by participants.
Participants must follow rules and guidelines shared by the Teaching Artist.
Nothing shared within Flynn Online programs is to be shared on any other platforms without the permission of the user. (For instance, do not share someone else’s videos/comments without their permission).