APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER 2019 ARE NOW AVAILABLE.

At Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective we value the benefits of intergenerational learning. As a result, we have created a Young Artist Program with positions for high school students in our Summer Musical Theatre Workshops and our Studio Programs. Students accepted into the Young Artist Program receive 100% scholarship, which covers all program expenses.

Each spring, high school students are invited to apply for this unique opportunity to learn proven preparation techniques for performers, and also guide younger performers to be ready for a staged performance. Students accepted into the Summer Young Artist Program receive 100% scholarship, which covers all program expenses, including tuition and individual vocal and acting coaching sessions: a $300 value per student each week.

After the summer internship, our Workshops Young Artists will have gained valuable, marketable skills that translate well on college and employment applications. Following completion of the workshop, the Directors can serve as references.

Workshop Young Artists can expect to:

  • build interpersonal relationships
  • mentor young performers
  • develop classroom management skills
  • organize and plan activities
  • perform a role in a musical 
  • lead student daily reflections

Applications and Workshop Young Artist Descriptions for our 2019 Summer Workshop Young Artist Program are now available online!

For any questions, please email CPPAC Workshop Directors at: info@cathedralparkarts.org.

Young Artists in our studio program gain valuable first-hand experience teaching and directing our studio classes and ensembles year-round. The Studio Young Artist Program is designed to give students opportunities to develop their skills in music and theatre and learn new techniques along the way. Young Artists may choose to assist our studio teachers in planning classes, choreographing dance numbers, directing a scene, or teaching musical repertoire for showcase. Other opportunities include accompanying an ensemble, designing costumes or set, script-writing, or music arrangement. Whatever your passion, CPPAC Directors and supervising instructors will work closely with you to design your individualized Young Artist program.

Studio Young Artists can expect to:

  • build interpersonal relationships
  • mentor young performers
  • develop classroom management skills
  • organize and plan activities
  • receive constructive feedback from CPPAC Directors and supervising instructor on a weekly basis

Applications for our Studio Young Artist Program are ongoing and subject to availability. To apply, send letter of intent and resume to CPPAC Directors at: info@cathedralparkarts.org.