Kristen Fitzgerald (Director)- Kristen is thrilled to be directing the Music Man KIDS summer camp! She is a passionate performer and director who loves to be both on the stage and behind-the-scenes, and is currently studying Musical Theater at NYU Steinhardt. In the past, Kristen has had the honor to direct The First Act's first Mainstage show, The Sound of Music and assistant direct Main Street Theater Production's 2015 summer camp, Seussical Jr. Some of her favorite past roles in the stage include Eliza Doolittle from My Fair Lady (Pickwick Players), Hodel from Fiddler on the Roof (Main Street Theatre Productions) and Mother Abbess from The Sound of Music (The First Act). In addition to her stage work, Kristen has performed solos in various places, including at the nationally broadcasted 50th anniversary celebration of MLK Memorial, on the Arena stage in DC and most recently at the off-Broadway venue, The Duplex. 


Music Man KIDS Camp Information

About the Directors

The First Act


 Ages: High School and Middle School
Camp Dates: June 26-July 7   9 A.M.-3 P.M.

Location: Unitarian Universalist Church of Loudoun​ (20460 Gleedsville Rd, Leesburg, VA 20175​)
Tuition: $300 with a $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve your spot


Our Program:  

The First Act’s primary mission is to get students thinking about how they can make a difference through their passion for the theater. This year’s summer camp is designed to provide middle- and high-school youth with a place to nurture their creative instinct and develop a connection to the stage.  In addition to providing a venue for performing, the camp will also focus on the development of the three tenants of musical theater (dancing, singing and acting) needed to be successful in the performing arts. 


Sample Daily Camp Schedule

9:00-9:30 Morning Announcements/ Warm-up

9:30-10:30 Dance Call

10:30-12 Voice and Acting Workshop

12:00-12:30 Lunch

12:30-3 Show Rehearsal

  

Our Philosophy:

Young people need a venue to find their voice and express their ideas. Our theatrical process empowers creative, intellectual, and emotional growth, making young people bolder, wiser, and more compassionate on stage and in life. Students explore teamwork and collaboration, develop self-confidence, and improve communication skills and acting technique. The camp will allow students the opportunity to get a truly transformative experience under the guidance of seasoned theatre artists.


How to Register:

Send check or cash to Kristen Fitzgerald subject line Music Man KIDS by emailing lesmiz@rosemontfarm.net for the address