Performance, Passion, and PQV Spirit: Don’t Miss These New Performing Arts Opportunities!
The McBee Singers
Ashley Hall is thrilled to introduce a NEW addition to its team sports and activities, The McBee Singers, an elite vocal dance team of polished young singers and dancers with a strong community presence. The McBee Singers will build an eclectic repertoire of dynamic musical performances of Pop, Broadway, and Jazz favorites, with a unique and creative twist!
This exhilarating team of singers and dancers will illuminate and elevate Ashley Hall’s campus, as well as the local community, through quality and meaningful performances. The McBee Singers will also compete in national show choir invitationals.
View a sneak peek below of the energy and excitement students will experience as a dance team member!
The McBee Singers has two separate divisions: Varsity for grades 7 to 12 and Junior Varsity for grades 5 and 6. Team members are selected through an audition process attached to a 4-day bootcamp, which provides interested students with a sample of The McBee Singers’ repertoire and excitement. Pre-registration is required.
The McBee Singers will be led by Performing Arts faculty member Kirk Pfeiffer in Lane Hall 201. A one-time costume and materials fee of $250 will be charged.
9/14-9/18 | 3:15-4:15 p.m. | JV (Grades 5 and 6)
9/14-9/18 | 4:30-6:30 p.m. | varsity (Grades 7-12)
9/18 | Audition
Ongoing rehearsals after Bootcamp:
9/21 Mondays | 4:00-7:00 p.m. | JV (Grades 5 and 6)
9/23 Wednesdays | 4:00-7:00 p.m. | varsity (Grades 7-12)
CACC Extension: After School Theatre Arts Program
CACC Extension is a new robust after school theatre arts program that offers Ashley Hall students grades 2-12 the opportunity to further develop their talent and skills in the areas of dance (ballet, theatre jazz, tap), acting, and voice.
CACC Extension is conducted by the Cultural Arts Center of Charleston (CACC), the Resident Performing Arts Company at Ashley Hall, and will offer classes to Ashley Hall students, by grade level, throughout the week, beginning September 21. CACC Extension will be led by Performing Arts faculty member Kirk Pfeiffer in the Gordon Dance studio in Pardue Hall.