An original piece by the Playhouse Youth Company
Performances begin Thursday, July 22
Through Sunday, July 25, 2021 only!
Performances daily at 2:00 and 6:30 pm
BCP’s 2021 Youth Company presents, Dream Awake, a high energy 75-minute show featuring songs, dances, stories, and scenes, created by our cast and a variety of artists. Come celebrate these young performers and experience a creative exploration of past, present, and future dreams and the exhilarating discoveries to be made when finally awake.
Purchase four (4) or more tickets and save 20%. Use code DREAM at checkout.
Director: Rory McGregor
Choreographer: Dani Tucci-Juraga
Music Director: Kyle Duke
Set Designer: Tom Watson
Lighting Supervisor: Sarah Schmoyer
Wardrobe Supervisor: Josh Moss
Sound Supervisor: Ryan Walsh
Production Stage Manager: Alexandra Kostis
Assistant Stage Manager: Robert Reiser
Dance Captain: Serenity Boffa
Serenity Boffa (Langhorne, PA – Neshaminy High School)
Kailey Bredeson (Milford, NJ – Delaware Valley High School)
Hannah Chieffo (Churchville, PA – Holland Middle School)
Olivia Davis-Eagan (Doylestown, PA – Central Bucks West High School)
Lexi Healy (New Hope, PA – New Hope Solebury Middle School)
Jessica Holliday (Annandale, NJ – North Hunterton High School)
Makayla McClintic (Jamison, PA – Central Bucks South High School)
Maya Micsion (Washington Crossing, PA – Council Rock North High School)
Adele Ricci (Frenchtown, NJ – River Valley Waldorf School)
Maeve Sheehan (Doylestown, PA – New Hope Solebury High School)
Cassidy Summerville (Levittown, PA – Harry S. Truman High School).
Kyle Duke, Keyboard / Conductor
Vinny Angeline, Bass
Brendan Adames, Drums
Jake Noble, Guitar
The 2021 Playhouse Youth Company is sponsored by:
Gayle Goodman & Jim Searing
Sally & Harlan Weisman
ABOUT THE PLAYHOUSE YOUTH COMPANY
Now in its 8th year, Playhouse Youth Company is a 5-week intensive training program for students with a serious interest in theater to receive valuable theatrical instruction from working Broadway artists. Bucks County Playhouse’s rigorous training program includes daily rehearsals for a professionally produced production; master classes with artists from the Playhouse’s main stage; and outreach performances throughout the region. In 2019, Playhouse Youth Company performed for more than 3,100 people on the Playhouse mainstage and in outreach performances at local libraries, museums, and festivals.