Students of Premier Centre for the Arts prepared their talents and packed their bags for their stage appearance at Disney! The excitement was pouring from the studios as they rehearsed their performance for the Disney debut. Students from such classes as Triple Threat, Musical Theatre Ensemble (Middletown and Dover) and a variety of dance classes have been working for months to prepare for this once-in-a-lifetime experience of being seen and heard by Disney-goers and be part of the magic.
“They have had only 12 hours to learn and rehearse 5 songs that will be featured on the Walt Disney World stage,” says the show director Nick Manerchia. These youths may someday be the Prince and Princess that transform Disney into a place where dreams come to life. This is just the beginning of their fairy tale and Premier Centre for the Arts was able to get them there, along with the hard work and passion for the arts that each puts into the classes they take every week there!
A cast of over 20 performers from Premier Centre for the Arts performed several songs on February 18 at 12pm on the Waterside Stage in Downtown Disney. Featuring songs from GLEE and Broadway shows “We Got The Beat”, “Dog Days Are Over”, “Pure Imagination” and several others. This will be the third time Premier Centre for the Arts has traveled to Orlando, Florida to perform on the Walt Disney World stage.
Premier Centre for the Arts in located at 27 Anderson Street Middletown, DE 19709. PCA focuses its performance-based educational programs on nurturing a well-rounded performer. Over 400 students study weekly in their educational programs and many of those students participate in over 200 performances each season. The facility includes: café, retail store, recording studio, video/photography studio, dressing rooms, costume/prop shop, 14 studios, and a theatre.
More info can be found on their website: www.pcade.com