Elf Jr. School Field Trip Info

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Please forward this to any principals and teachers that you might know in Ozaukee County.  This simple act is a tangible way of supporting the arts in Ozaukee County.

MEMO DATE:  September 4, 2018

TO:     School Districts, School Principals, and Teachers

FROM:  Angie Mack Reilly, North Shore Academy of the Arts (NSAA) Stagekids Guest Producer for Elf Jr.  angie@ozaukeetalent.com

SUBJECT:   Field Trip at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center

PLEASE PLAN AHEAD :  Tickets have just gone on sale for school matinee performances!  You and your students are invited to NSAA’s Stagekids musical production of Elf Jr. at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center (CPAC).  The casts are made up of talented students (kindergarten through 9th grade) from many area schools.  You may see some familiar faces on stage!  Matinee tickets cost $7 per person.  The show will last about 90 minutes with a brief stretching break.  There are Elf Jr. lesson plans online that tie the musical into your classroom.

SYNOPSIS:  Based on the beloved holiday film, this hilarious fish-out-of-water comedy follows Buddy the Elf in his quest to find his true identity.  Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

Shows:  Friday January 11th 9:30 am and 12:30 pm matinees,

 7:00 pm public show and Saturday January 12th at 1:00. 

Give your students the chance to experience live musical theatre put on by many of their peers.  Thank you for embracing the arts! NSAA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.  

Performances held at:

Cedarburg Performing Arts Center (CPAC)

W68 N611 Evergreen Boulevard, Cedarburg WI 

Reservations are taken on a first call, first serve basis.

To reserve your seats for the show please call

Kathleen Koster, CPAC Group Sales

376-6162

 

 

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Angie Mack Reilly to Produce Elf Jr. at the CPAC for the North Shore Academy of the Arts

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Tickets Now on Sale for Disney’s The Lion King Jr. at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center

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Now securing #business ads for the #playbill and #vendors for the #lobby !  Email angie@ozaukeetalent.com for pricing.

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Purchase Tickets for Friday 7:00 Show

Purchase Tickets for Saturday 1:00 Show

To order by phone, call 262.376.6161 and leave a message.

The box office is open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 3:00pm – 6:00pm

The box office window will be closed Friday, December 22 – Tuesday, January 2; however, telephone messages will be checked frequently and calls will be returned during this time period.

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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North Shore Academy of the Arts Presents Disney’s The Lion King Jr. at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

CEDARBURG, WI  The North Shore Academy of the Arts will be presenting Disney’s The Lion King Jr. at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center January 12-13, 2018.

Lessons from Musicals The Lion King

Disney’s The Lion King is produced by Angie Mack Reilly of Ozaukee Talent and directed by Heather Oechsner of Living Word High School.

The production is comprised of over 50 youth actors ranging from 2nd to 9th grade.

School and other groups wishing to attend the production should make their reservations now!

SEE Lion King Field Trip PDF

Matinees will be on Friday January 12th at 9:30 am and 12:30 pm.  Tickets are just $5 each.  Groups should email angie@ozaukeetalent.com with the number of people they would like to attend.

Public Performances will be on

Friday January 12th at 7:00 pm and

Saturday January 13th at 1:00 pm.

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Contact the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center Box Office for details.  The phone number is 262.376.6161.  You will most likely have to leave a message.

NSAA is currently securing sponsors and vendors for the event.

Lion King Sponsorship Package as of August 18

The North Shore Academy of the Arts has been serving families in Ozaukee County for about 20 years now.  NSAA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Individual tax-deductible donations can be made HERE     Please indicate in the MEMO that the gift is for Disney’s The Lion King

All donors and vendors will be publicly acknowledged.  Contact angie@ozaukeetalent.com with any questions.

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SIGN UP FOR UPCOMING PRODUCTIONS, music and art lessons, yoga and dance classes and more!

VIEW THE NSAA WINTER/SPRING 2017-18 Program Guide Here 

 

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One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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CHS Sound of Music Presented at the CPAC

Cedarburg High School (CHS) Presents “The Sound of Music” This Weekend!

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The Cedarburg High School (CHS) will be presenting “The Sound of Music” this weekend at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center (CPAC).

It is strongly recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance due to the popularity of this show!  

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE 

SHOW TIMES 

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“From the CPAC ‘Birds’ Nest'” photo of the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center taken by Angie Mack Reilly of Ozaukee Talent

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ozaukeetalent

One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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Moving “Back Home” May 1st!

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by Angie Mack Reilly

I remember receiving a program booklet of NSAA classes in the mail in 2005. At the time, I had been a K-8 Music Teacher at a private school. I remember thinking, “What a great opportunity for youth to have!” (I wish there was an arts school around me growing up!)

I took my music students on a field trip. We went to go see NSAA’s production at the Cedarburg Performing Arts Center. It was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. (Recalling that show makes me smile even now.) Josh Pope was Joseph. I absolutely fell in love. I went to every show they put on that weekend. I felt like I was at “home”.

I then emailed the founder, Sheri Bestor, to compliment them on their programs. I explained that I was a K-8 Music Teacher. I asked if there was anything I could do to help their organization. Oddly, they were about to do a musical production and needed a Music Director. Sheri asked if I could be the Music Director. (I have been the Music Director for so many shows now that I forget which one was my first…..perhaps Seussical?) She also asked if I could teach a few private lessons after school so I did.

My private lessons grew so much that I ended up leaving my K-8 position to work for NSAA.

Before the recession hit, NSAA was doing two major Stagekids Productions and three Jr. Stagekids programs per year. On top of being the Music Director for their Stagekids Productions, I became the Producer/Director for the Jr. Stagekids Programs. Add to that multiple music and drama classes that I was teaching each week combined with scores of private music students. I also traveled to other facilities to direct and teach as an NSAA staff member. I was one busy gal and having the time of my life!

I was able to raise my income level and become a first-time homebuyer.   Serendipitously, the house that I fell in love with was one block south of NSAA. I took up my new residence.

Then, the recession hit NSAA pretty hard as it did other arts organizations.

In 2007, I stepped in and became their Marketing Director, putting in more volunteer time than paid time just to help the organization stay afloat the best that I could. I remained their Marketing Director until 2012 when I went through some medical issues. At the time, I had over 40 private music students per week on top of directing and teaching.

I had to take some time off of doing what I loved so that I could heal and recover. I took on a position with another company so that I could work from home for two years.

But I really, really, really missed directing, teaching and working with youth!!!!!

When my health improved, I decided to return to NSAA and take on a few more private lessons.

The health issues that I went through made me consider quality of life issues. I realized how much I loved working with children in the arts and how comforting it was for me to be in the NSAA building. But during the course of me being gone, some transitions occurred and there wasn’t room for me to be employed like I once was.

So I decided to become an NSAA Affiliate.

On May 1st, I will be moving into the NSAA building as the owner of OZAUKEE TALENT. I will basically be doing what I have been doing for all of these years; giving private lessons, teaching arts classes, putting on music events, helping businesses with marketing and more. My “Musical Learning Lab and Interactive Classroom” will be on the 3rd floor perpendicular to the dance studio where the Trinity Irish Dancers rehearse.

I AM SO EXCITED and nothing could feel more natural and “right” for me to be doing right now.

I am thankful for this opportunity.

And I am especially thankful to Sheri Bestor for starting NSAA, hiring me, and now for allowing me to be an affiliate.

This is my passion.

This is my dream.

This is what I do best.

Thank you NSAA. Thank you Sheri. Thank you Paula. Thank you Debbie. And Scott. Martin. And those who have served on the NSAA Board over the years. And the parents. And the businesses.

Arts education is vital and integral to the health and growth of our community. Thank you for your support.  Ahhhhhh, “There’s No Place Like Home!”

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ozaukeetalent

One lesson. One song. One event at a time. Ozaukee Talent is a training and networking facility for people of all ages wanting to advance in the arts. Ozaukee Talent was founded by longtime arts leader Angie Mack in 2016. Ozaukee Talent provides private music and acting lessons, contracted event marketing, contracted arts project management, consulting, arts public speaking and performing, hosts musical events, workshops and classes in the arts. Contact: Ozaukee Talent 1701 11th Ave. Grafton WI 53024 angie@ozaukeetalent.com 262.309.4112 Follow @ozaukeetalent on Instagram and Facebook. Tax deductible donations for Ozaukee Talent through Create Wisconsin, Inc. Venmo: @ozaukeetalent PayPal: angie@ozaukeetalent.com
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