Camper News that missed our last Newsletter

Julia Braverman is a finalist in music for a better America talent competition to be held on may 14 at the usta tennis center in flushing. Julia will be singing and playing piano.

James Jackson is playing Horton in the Rippowam Cisqua School production of Seussical. He was recently in Rent and is now playing Sonny and Danny in two different casts of Xanadu at Main Street ACT. He is the stage manager there for the junior cast of Aladdin and Sleeping Beauty.

Ben Jackson recently played Shane in Camp Rock and is now playing Sonny and Danny in two different casts of Xanadu at Main Street ACT.

Hope Jackson recently played Dana in Camp Rock and is now playing Calliope in Xanadu at Main Street ACT.

Ellie Sondock auditioned with over 500 kids for the highly selective Musical Theater program at The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA) in Houston. Twelve students were chosen for this department, which offers highly specialized and rigorous training in all aspects of Musical Theater, along with a rigorous academic program. She will start school in the fall as an incoming 9th grader.

Addie Meny has been cast as JoJo in Suessical the Musical at The Playhouse on the Green in downtown Bridgeport, CT.

First-time camper Jordan Bialik will be playing the role of Horton the Elephant in his school’s production of Seussical.

Matthew Wechsler put up his first Music Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTWR3aTd1dg

Morgan Luc Seftel and Scott Feiner performed in The Roslyn Theater Company’s A Chorus Line. Morgan was inducted into the Jr. Thespian Society at Weber Middle School after his performance as Bundles in Annie Jr. with Juliet Walzer. Morgan also danced in the Hannah Kroner School of Dance’s Cancer Benefit In Living Color with Lindsey and Chelsea Wolgel and 150 other girls!

Juliet Walzer sang Tiempo de Vals by Chayanne in front of 10,000 people at Mexico City’s National Auditorium as part of the Quincenera 2011 events (sort of a giant annual Sweet 16 spectacle for hundreds of 15 year olds.) Juliet appeared in several Mexican newspapers, including a profile in the largest one, El Universal http://www.eluniversaldf.mx/miguelhidalgo/nota24822.html.