Spotlight Theatre Group, LLC    PO Box 1598, East Quogue, NY 11942   phone 631-653-2121


Theatre Programs for Young People

serving the Hamptons and the North Fork


where the spotlight is on you!


Spotlight on: Musical Theatre Performance

Winter/Spring 2018: WILLY WONKA JR

Our production class will run on Saturdays, beginning January 13, 2018.  Our performance dates are May 12-13th, 2018

We are thrilled to announce our Winter/Spring 2018 production class will feature Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka Jr! A fantastically delicious musical with such great songs as "Pure Imagination" and "The Candy Man", with lots of dancing and a chance to stretch your acting skills with fun and fabulous character work. Lots of great roles for seniors and juniors alike!

Junior Class (6-9year olds) St. John's School, Saturdays 10-11:30am* Fee $550 ($150 deposit rquired to register) Juniors will be cast in ensemble and featured roles

Senior Class (10-teen) St. John's School, Saturdays 12-2:30pm* Fee $750 ($250 deposit required to register) Seniors will be cast in lead, supporting, featured and ensemble roles

**Classes will increase in time as we near production date.  Students should plan for extended Saturday hours beginning in March/April and should be available Tuesday May 8-Friday May 11 for technical and dress rehearsals after school. Students should be available the entire weekend of May 12-13th. There will be a limit on how many classes each student can miss.  If your child will miss more than three classes, they will be cast  an ensemble role only. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Classes include instruction in acting, dance, and proper vocal technique.  From learning how to audition to mastering the art of character development, our students develop the essentials of musical theatre through the process of preparing for a full-scale, Broadway style play.  Collaboration and individual skill building are woven through each class, and while not rehearsaing students are working on skills that not only foster their talent, but theiir abilities to communicate, work with others, express themselves and build self-confidence.The production is the end result of our work, and is open to the public.  We perform at the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall in downtown Riverhead. Costumes, make-up, sets, lights, and a full house make this experience one your student will never forget!!

Class size is limited and registration is held first for students who have performed in our most recent production class (Bye Bye Birdie), then for Summer/Fall students, then new students.  However, you must have your registration form and deposit sent in order to be a confirmed class participant. So don't delay! Be sure to register soon as this class fills up quickly! 


we have a limited number of need-based scholarships and financial aid available. If you think you may qualify, please contact us for a confidential application.