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Ovation! Summer 2019

Glee Camp with Todd Hulet!




Join Ovation! Special Guest Artist Todd Hulet for Summer Glee Camp!  The pressure is off and the commitment is small, so come join us for this exciting week of music and dance! No audition required! The program ends with a public performance for friends and family, Each participant receives a free t-shirt to keep.Tuition assistance available. (All photos by Kim Scott Olson with exception of Todd at the piano which is by Keith Brofsky.)


Camp Sessions - June 24-28, 2019

Frozen JR (Ages 9-11) M-F 9am-1pm - $295

Glee Camp Jr. (Ages 6-10) M-F 2-4pm - $169

Glee Camp Teen (Grades 7-12) M-F 4-6pm - $225

Adult Glee Camp (Ages 18+) – M-Th 7:15-9:15pm - $140


Glee Performance Friday, June 28, 2019.

Register Now for Glee Camp by Clicking on the Sessions Below!

Photos of Glee Campers by Kim Scott Olson. 

Photo of Todd Hulet by Keith Brofsky.

About Todd Hulet: Todd Hulet is thrilled to be returning to Ovation! where he served as Director of Music and Education form 2010-2013 where he musically directed six mainstage shows (The Sound of Music, Carnival, Brigadoon, Pirates of Penzance, My Fair Lady, Les Miserables) in addition to creating and directing the Ovation! Performing Arts Academy’s show choirs, choirs and classes for three years.


He has created educational theatre experiences for thousands of kids across the country, having served as Director of Education, Director of Music, and Teaching Artist at several of the country’s leading academies for young performers including Childsplay, NYC Broadway Bound Kids, and Seattle Children’s Theatre.


Todd currently resides in New York City where he teaches for Broadway Bound Kids and iTheatrics a partnership with the City of New York and MTI. He is also the composer of several musicals including two based on the best-selling books by Susan Lowell: The Three Javelinas and A Very Hairy Javelina Holiday. Other shows include The Wheels on the Bus, Children of All Ages, Bean: The Musical Fruit, These Days, and the upcoming adaptation of the classic children’s story The Mitten. He is also thrilled to be promoting a new venture, the newly-formed Narrative Dance Theatre, aiming at bringing professional physical-movement-based story telling to young audiences. 

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