Categories of Competition include:
Group Ensembles, the "3-4-5" (for songs with 3-5 performers),
Solos, Duets, and Costume, Set, Make-Up or Props Design
We are so pleased to introduce you to IMAGINE, 2021!
This year's competition takes place February 12-14, 2021 in Denver, Colorado. We want you to IMAGINE all of the numbers you'd love to perform with your friends. Enter the Ensemble categories. Grab a friend to do a duet with. And be sure to do that one solo... you know the one... you love it, and you'd just die to get the chance to perform it. Now is your chance, for this and so much more.
Whether you are interested in studying theatre in college, perhaps being on a professional track, or if you just love hanging out with friends and being part of an incredible team bringing stories to life, you will find inspiration here!
**All performance-based entries must be from a published work of musical theatre.
Eligible Apprentice Division students
must reach the age of 9 on or before
August 1st, 2020. Eligible students in the
Junior Division must reach the age of 12
on or before August 1st, 2020. Eligible
students in the Senior Division must
reach the age of 15 on or before August
1st, 2020 and must not have reached the
age of 19 on or before August 1st, 2020
AND must still be attending high school.
Birth certificates and/or transcripts are
required upon request. Students
performing in duet, 3-4-5, small group, ensemble or design categories will compete in the Division of the oldest student.
What Happens at an IMAGINE Weekend?
Friday night: afternoon arrival & check in, participation in either workshops for tech students or a special audition opportunity for performance students to be part of our Sunday night Awards Ceremony performance.
Saturday: Students, Tech Students, Chaperones/Parents attend workshops in many theatrical disciplines. In the afternoon, students will present their entries in ensemble, solo, duet and technical categories for adjudication.
Sunday: Groups present their entries today. The day ends with a musical theatre performance by the students chosen from Friday night’s auditions.
You are welcome to extend your stay on the front or back of the weekend. Ask, and we can quote you pricing for additional nights in the hotel and/or help with tickets to shows or other sightseeing locations.
For Your Planning: All performance-based entries must be from a published work of musical theatre.
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