Loner, and unemployed actor/writer Victor heads to Starwood Performing Arts Camp in the Catskill Mountains where he is forced into producing his unfinished original musical with a cast of adolescents. Madoc Dean, whose long unkept hair barely covers the suspicious look in his eyes, learns with Victor that no man can make it alone. Despite Victor's inherent distrust of women he eventually learns to love one, Claire the camp's ballet teacher. COUNT TO TEN is a high-spirited, toe-tapping, rich and satisfying musical that gets richer with repeated viewings. COUNT TO TEN is presented through special arrangement with Group Theatre Too.
Centenary Stage Company’s Young Performers (talented young thespians between the ages of 8 and 18) present their annual Spring Festival of Shows May 24 through June 2. Hailed as a “state treasure” by Peter Filichia of the Star Ledger and bringing in youth from Morris, Warren, Hunterdon and Sussex counties, Centenary Stage Company’s Young Performance Workshop is one of the few young actor training programs in the country that combines formal training with practical application.
This year’s anticipated Spring Festival of Shows will feature Grease, The Clown, Once Upon a Mattress and Count to Ten. All performances will be held on select dates in the Little Theatre on the campus of Centenary College at 400 Jefferson Street in Hackettstown.