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The upcoming “Newsies” is a Marquee production, which means there are adults in the cast as well as performers ages 14-20. Many cast members in Marquee shows are Children’s Musical Theater alumni such as Capriles, who last year played ballet teacher Mrs. Wilkerson in “Billy Elliot.”. Capriles’ first major role with Children’s Musical Theater was as Rosie in a 1982 production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” That show also marked Kevin Hauge’s debut as a director with the company. Hauge has served as the company’s artistic director since 1996.

“I felt like he was trusting me with a big responsibility,” Capriles says of Hauge, “I hadn’t had a lead role before, “I loved the collaboration, He’d play on my strengths,” she adds, “That’s still how he works today.”, She says she sees this collaborative ballet shoe charms, 10pcs, 17*27mm, enamel charms, bracelet charms ,shoes charm, ballerina charm, dance charm, black, white, yel effort in the shows her children have been in, particularly in “Billy Elliot,” where her daughter Ailey MacDavid was a ballet girl, “Even though they were young, he didn’t let them get away with anything,” she says, recalling how Hauge drilled the ballet girls on a dance number, “Coming out the other end of it, they realize they can do it..

“That’s why all the shows are high-quality,” she adds. “You set the bar high, and the kids rise up to it. I felt that as a youth working with Kevin.”. Young performers also learn to be quick on their feet, Capriles says. “You have to be in the moment. That’s a life skill that’s valuable for everyone.”. Trujillo says the relationship-building skills she learned at Children’s Musical Theater serve her well in her current profession as a senior labor relations representative for the California School Employees Association. And she’s seen the effect that performing with the company has had on her 11-year-old son James and 9-year-old daughter Gia.

“In CMT—and I’m noticing this with our kids—you tend to grow up a little faster, You develop a culture of doing it for yourself and for your team,” she says, “I have skills my colleagues don’t have: I can put on a (collective bargaining) presentation and hold the audience’s attention for two hours, I owe a lot of that to my musical theater background.”, Dana Zell is ballet shoe charms, 10pcs, 17*27mm, enamel charms, bracelet charms ,shoes charm, ballerina charm, dance charm, black, white, yel putting the skills she learned as a performer with Children’s Musical Theater in the mid-’80s back into the company as its managing director, After a stint in New York, where she worked for Disney Theatrical Productions, Zell moved back to the South Bay in 2003 and joined Children’s Musical Theater’s staff the following year..

“I wanted to work with kids, and there was nothing I could find in that mold” on the East Coast, she says. Zell says she doesn’t remember the casts being all that culturally diverse back when she was performing with the company. But that’s changed, she adds, partly organically and partly by design. “I do feel like the organization has become ethnically reflective of the community,” she says. “More and more, our casts are extremely diverse. Some of that is word of mouth. There are also things being done behind the scenes. Our community access programs are an effort to reach out to a broader section of San Jose.”.

Part of this effort is to start kids in the program when they’re young, “Our strategy is to make sure that when you participate in a studio class, you’re still a part of the CMT community,” Zell says, “Once you turn 6, the hope is that you’ll participate in a production.”, The Children’s Musical Theater community includes the performers’ parents, who are asked to put in 20 hours of volunteer work per show, be it building sets, sewing costumes or maintaining the company’s databases, Capriles has taught audition workshops and Trujillo has served as ballet shoe charms, 10pcs, 17*27mm, enamel charms, bracelet charms ,shoes charm, ballerina charm, dance charm, black, white, yel the production coordinator, helping other parents figure out where they’re best suited to help out..

“There are so many things to do,” Zell says. “We try to make it enjoyable.”. One of the things Capriles enjoys about continuing to perform with Children’s Musical Theater is that it helps her maintain ties to friends she met in shows as a youth. She points to Michael Mulcahy, who was Albert to her Rosie in that production of “Bye Bye Birdie” 35 years ago. Mulcahy was Children’s Musical Theater’s executive director from 1993 to 2001 and still serves on the board of directors. He’s appearing in “Newsies” as Joseph Pulitzer.

In 2012 Capriles and her daughters performed in “Doctor Dolittle” with ballet shoe charms, 10pcs, 17*27mm, enamel charms, bracelet charms ,shoes charm, ballerina charm, dance charm, black, white, yel Mulcahy and his daughters, She says she’s grateful to the company for these kinds of experiences, “We’re celebrating 50 years of not just children’s theater but the family we’re all part of,” she adds, “Disney’s Newsies the Musical,” the first Marquee production of the 50th season of Children’s Musical Theater San Jose, runs Dec, 1-10 at the Montgomery Theater, 271 S, Market St., San Jose, Tickets are $30 at

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