Musical needs voices

Nanoose Bay seeks young actors for spring production

The cast of A Charlie Brown Christmas was well received at the Dolphin Bay Music Studio in December. Teachers at the studio are now looking for students to enroll in classes and begin rehearsing for the musical Oz

Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh my!

A Charlie Brown Christmas was presented Dec. 21 at Dolphin Bay Music Studio in Nanoose Bay and teachers are now looking for students to perform in an even larger production in April.

The musical Oz will be presented April 26 at Nanoose Place and students aged 7 through 16 are encouraged to enroll for the January through April semester at Dolphin Bay Music and begin working on this production, among learning other performance skills.

The recent production was directed by acting teacher, Thea Stavroff and the Dolphin Bay Music Studio, operated by voice and piano teacher, Dr. Sher Chycoski. The two offer Musical and Dramatic Theatre Workshops, After School Acting classes on Wednesdays, Teen classes on Friday evenings and Vocal classes on Saturday mornings.

No previous experience is necessary. For more information contact Thea 250-954-8237or Sher at



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