404 Armour Street, Davidson, NC 28036
October 21, 22, 25 7:00
October 23 & 24 8:00
October 24 & 25 2:00
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Carrie: The Musical
404 Armour Street, Davidson, NC 28036
July 8, 9, 12 7:00 PM, July 10 & 11, 8:00 PM, July 11 & 12 2:00 PM
Carrie: The Musical follows a young woman with telekinetic powers. An outcast at school, where she is bullied viciously for her differences, Carrie is also lost at home, with a fervently religious mother whose love traps her in its maw. When PE teacher Miss Gardner, kind classmate Sue Snell, and boyfriend Tommy Ross reach out to try and help Carrie, it seems that for once, Carrie might have a shot at being accepted. But Chris Hargensen, the class’s most vicious bully, has other ideas. Pushed to the brink, Carrie’s powers threaten to overwhelm her, and devour everyone around her in way.
404 Armour Street, Davidson, NC 28036
June 9 - June 13, 2015
This Community/High School production of CATS with songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber was terrific. Based on "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats" by T.S. Elliot. Direction and design by Melissa Ohlman-Roberge.
This performance was appropriate for all ages.
Bring It On the Musical
March 5-8, 2015
Community School of Davidson presented their spring musical “Bring It On, the Musical” based on the movie of the same name and revolves around a cast of colorful high school students and the bond formed over extreme competition. The 37 cast members have been rehearsing since January and practicing with nationally recognized competitive cheer coaches Jason and Lauren Peetz of Victory Cheer in Concord, NC. Students have spent time at the Concord facility to augment work done in rehearsal on stage at CSD.
The House at Pooh Corner
January 16-18, 2015
CSD presented their first children's play, House at Pooh Corner. This is an engaging and lively show featured live music and sound effects. The show was suitable for all ages.
The Nutcracker: Remixed
December 13, 2014
Lake Norman High School Theater
Two hundred plus students presented The Nutcracker: Remixed on
stage December 13. The middle school
students at Community School of Davidson had taken remixes of Tchaikovsky's
original score for The Nutcracker
ballet, such as hip hop, piano, big band versions of the songs, etc with a few
fun ones thrown in as well and learned choreography to this fresh presentation of
The Nutcracker: Remixed.
Sara Keys, the CSD dance teacher says
“In addition to our normal class rehearsal time -about 20 hours per week for
three months- by the time we reach the show we will have rehearsed over an
extra 100 hours outside of school for character roles.” Over 130 of the 7th/8th
graders who desired extra dance experience outside of school received roles.
The 1 ½ hour performance was suitable
for children and families of all ages.
Lake Norman High School had once again graciously allowing CSD to utilize
their performance space. The previous
three years Keys has brought to life the Hunger
Games trilogy through dance. This
year at the encouraging of students, she is breathing new life into The Nutcracker.
In the Heights
, A community high school musical production
Legally Blonde the Musical
Legally Blonde follows the story of sorority president Elle Woods as she crosses the country on a mission to find love at Harvard Law School. After discovering how the law can be used to help others, she uses her new found skills to defend a workout-queen in a murder trial, defying the odds and proving that pink can save the day!
Somewhat modified script appropriate for 5th grade and up
Dear Edwina Jr.
DEAR EDWINA JR. follows the adventures of plucky advice-giver extraordinaire Edwina Spoonapple as she directs the neighborhood kids in a series of buoyant production numbers as part of the latest edition of her weekly "Advice-A-Palooza" extravaganza. Written in the episodic style of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK LIVE! and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, DEAR EDWINA JR. is the perfect musical for a new generation.
13-year old Edwina Spoonapple has very talented siblings. But because of this, she thinks that she isn't special or talented. Yet Edwina has many talents including leadership, singing and advising, and she combines all of them by directing musicals out of her garage. The topic of these musicals is letters written to her by neighborhood kids who need advice. She gives them advice through songs and dances that she orchestrates with her friends. One of the main themes of Dear Edwina is Edwina's desire to be in the "Advice-a-palooza" festival because she feels it will prove that she is as talented as her siblings. This is all going on while Edwina's love interest, Scott, is trying to win her over. But, since Edwina is so concerned about her show, she doesn't care about Scott. Scott wins her heart by singing her a song as an impromptu performance on the show. The talent scout calls, and asks for Scott to perform at the festival, not Edwina. She is heartbroken when she runs into Katie Spoonapple, who has just run away from the Summer Math Olympics because she was getting made fun of by the other girls. She tells Katie not to listen to those kids, and to do what you love to do. Katie hugs her, and Edwina realizes that love is far more important than getting a prize.
Les Miserables, School Edition
February 20-23, 2014
Community School of Davidson was pleased to present Les Miserables, School Edition. Directed by Melissa Ohlman-Roberge, music direction by John Smith and costume design by Chris Lundsten. The project was developed as a modified concert version and was performed in the round with multiple performance areas set throughout the theatre.
"This legendary musical has been specially adapted to meet the needs of young performers. This author-approved edition has been abridged to a running time of just over two hours, while carefully maintaining the integrity of one the greatest musicals ever written. This epic story recounts the struggle against adversity in 19th century France. Imprisoned for stealing a loaf of bread, petty thief Jean Valjean is released from his 19-year term and not only becomes and honest man, but the mayor of a prosperous town and a loving adoptive father - violating his parole in the process. The relentless Inspector Javert, who makes a decent life for Valjean impossible, consequently pursues him. Only years later, after Valjean proves his mettle during a bloody student uprising and saves the life of a young man hopelessly in love with Valjean’s adopted daughter, does the ex-convict finally feel fully redeemed."
Auditions were held on December 2-3, 2013 at the CSD.
A Dance Sharing Inspired by Suzanne Collins' "MOCKINGJAY"
On Stage at Lake Norman High School
December 14, 2013
Community School of Davidson middle school dance classes presented their interpretation of the third book in the "Hunger Games" trilogy; "Mockingjay" live on stage at the Lake Norman High School on December 14. The 90 minute performance featured over 250 cast members directed and choreographed by Sara Keys. The performance was suitable for audiences ages 5-105.
December 12, 2013, CSDHS
Ribbon Cutting, Food truck rally, Live performances, Visual arts, Wood Arts, Photography, and more!