Musicals At The Parks

Registration for each program closes after the first day of the program, or when it fills.

This program is provided in collaboration with, and thanks to the sponsorship of, the Toledo Department of Parks, Recreation, and Forestry.

Musicals at the Parks

CTW presents “101 Dalmatians KIDS” at Walbridge Park!

Students ages 6-12 will come to the shelter at Walbridge Park three times a week, 90 minutes a day, to audition and rehearse 101 Dalmatians KIDS. Snacks and water are provided. All students in the program will receive a role, script, and performance materials.

This program is $10 to participate. Students can register online or on the first day if there is still space in the program. This program can hold a maximum of 30 students. Students are expected to attend each rehearsal.

Location:
2761 Broadway Street, Toledo, OH 43609

Performances:
July 23 at 6:30 pm and July 24 11:00 am. Performances are at the shelter in Walbridge Park and will be free to the public.

Dates and Times:
June 14-July 22, 2021
10:30 am-12:00 pm
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays

Covid precautions: This program is entirely outdoors; students and staff are not required to wear facial coverings. Those who choose to do so will have this choice respected. Staff will have hand santizer on hand and will ensure students do not share food or water. Staff will conduct a temperature check at the beginning of each day; students with a 100 degree fever or higher will be sent home.

REGISTER HERE

CTW presents “Seussical KIDS” at Inez Nash Park!

Students ages 6-12 will come to the shelter at Inez Nash Park three times a week, 90 minutes a day, to audition and rehearse Seussical KIDS. Snacks and water are provided. All students in the program will receive a role, script, and performance materials.

This program is $10 to participate. Students can register online or on the first day if there is still space in the program. This program can hold a maximum of 30 students. Students are expected to attend each rehearsal.

Location:
100 East Bancroft Street, Toledo, OH 43620

Performances:
July 30 at 6:30 pm and July 31 11:00 am. Performances are at the shelter in Inez Nash Park and will be free to the public.

Dates and Times:
June 21-July 29, 2021
1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays

Covid precautions: This program is entirely outdoors; students and staff are not required to wear facial coverings. Those who choose to do so will have this choice respected. Staff will have hand santizer on hand and will ensure students do not share food or water. Staff will conduct a temperature check at the beginning of each day; students with a 100 degree fever or higher will be sent home.

REGISTER HERE

CTW presents “101 Dalmatians KIDS” at Ottawa Park!

Students ages 6-12 will come to the shelter at Ottawa Park three times a week, 90 minutes a day, to audition and rehearse 101 Dalmatians KIDS. Snacks and water are provided. All students in the program will receive a role, script, and performance materials.

This program is $10 to participate. Students can register online or on the first day if there is still space in the program. This program can hold a maximum of 30 students. Students are expected to attend each rehearsal.

Location:
2205 Kenwood Blvd, Toledo, OH 43606

Performances:
July 23 at 6:30 pm and July 24 11:00 am. Performances are at the shelter in Ottawa Park and will be free to the public.

Dates and Times:
June 28-August 5, 2021
3:30 pm-5:00 pm
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays

Covid precautions: This program is entirely outdoors; students and staff are not required to wear facial coverings. Those who choose to do so will have this choice respected. Staff will have hand santizer on hand and will ensure students do not share food or water. Staff will conduct a temperature check at the beginning of each day; students with a 100 degree fever or higher will be sent home.

REGISTER HERE

CTW presents “Seussical KIDS” at Wilson Park!

Students ages 6-12 will come to the shelter at Wilson Park three times a week, 90 minutes a day, to audition and rehearse Seussical KIDS. Snacks and water are provided. All students in the program will receive a role, script, and performance materials.

This program is $10 to participate. Students can register online or on the first day if there is still space in the program. This program can hold a maximum of 30 students. Students are expected to attend each rehearsal.

Location:
3235 Otto St, Toledo, OH 43608

Performances:
August 13 at 6:30 pm and August 14 11:00 am. Performances are at the shelter in Wilson Park and will be free to the public.

Dates and Times:
July 5-August 12, 2021
10:30 am-12:00 pm
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays

Covid precautions: This program is entirely outdoors; students and staff are not required to wear facial coverings. Those who choose to do so will have this choice respected. Staff will have hand santizer on hand and will ensure students do not share food or water. Staff will conduct a temperature check at the beginning of each day; students with a 100 degree fever or higher will be sent home.

REGISTER HERE

Frequently Asked Questions About Summer Programs

What kind of role will my child receive in the musicals?
We only accept as many students as we have available roles. We keep the musicals small so each student has a chance to shine onstage! The first few days of the summer musicals are purely instructional; students will learn about the show, practice auditions, and get to know about the process. They will audition and each enrolled child will be assigned a role.

We’re going on vacation at some point during rehearsals. Does that mean we shouldn’t sign up?
It’s pretty common for campers to miss rehearsals occasionally for vacation. Just tell us in advance which rehearsals you can’t attend so we can plan accordingly. However, if you know you’ll miss 2 weeks or more of rehearsals, we recomend choosing a different program so your camper doesn’t struggle to learn all their songs and dances.

What are the performances like?
Our summer musicals are just like our school-year plays. They are fully-mounted productions with sets, costumes, and 4 performances for a public audience.

Will you be requiring masks for this program?
This program is entirely outdoors; masking will not be required for staff or students. Those who choose to wear masks are welcome to do so!

Staff will ensure students do not share food or water, and will provide hand sanatizer.

Staff will take temperatures for all students at the beginning of each day; those with a 100 degree fever or higher will be sent home.

My camper requires accomodations. What do I need to do to arrange this?
We would be happy to help! Anything from a “one on one” partner to ASL interpreter to shortened camp days, we will work with you to make sure your camper has what they need to have a successful and fun experience! Just send us an email and we will get in touch to help! We do ask that accessibility arrangements be made two weeks in advance so we have adequate time to prepare.