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SOL Children Theatre Troupe Inc.

For more information or reservations please call: 561.447.8829

E-MAIL: SolChildTroupe@aol.com
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Sol Children Theater in Boca Raton Presents The Commedia Tales of King Arthur

2010 SHOWS

June 4 & 5
July 16, 17 & 18
July 23, 24 & 25
The Princess and the Pea (musical) … Aug. 13 – 29
Still to be added: Voci, the Concert … dates pending
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JUNE 2010
June 4 & 5, 2010: Young Artists’ Concert
June 11 & 12, 2010: VOCI, an Emotional Trip on songs

JULY 2010
July 16, 17 & 18, 2010: Commedia del’Arte
July 23, 24 & 25, 2010: Young Adults’ Theatre

August 13 – 29, 2010: The Princess and the Pea (main stage musical)

Summer Camp TBD
Young Adults’ Theatre Series
Summer Camp TBD
The Princess and the Pea

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JUNE 11 & 12, 2010


Sol Children Theatre
3333 N. Federal Highway | Boca Raton 33431

DETAILS: for mature ages 12 and older. Experienced young vocalists with unique timbre take the audience on a visual and emotional journey with intriguing songs of contrasting styles. Leave your expectations outside and let the spirit of Voci take over. A classy wine reception will welcome you to the theatre. Tickets are $15 general admission, though due to limited seating early reservations are highly recommended. PG mature. This year's Voci is also our annual recital

Sol Children Theater in Boca Raton Presents Oliver Twist.

The cast of Oliver Twist getting ready for their big night! (Maggie Wilkinson, Kayla Thurber, Catherine Vianale, Emma McAvoy, Rebecca Ashton, Sara Grant, Robert Coward, Jessica Thurber).



Boca Raton sol children
SESSION (1) 4 WEEKS: Starts: June 7, 2010
Ends: July 2, 2010
Tuition: $1,200.00

SESSION (2) 5 WEEKS: Starts: July 5, 2010
Ends: August 6, 2010
Tuition: $1,500.00


Hours: Monday - Friday: 9 am - 3 pm
Cost: $1,200/$1,500
Age: 7 and older
Activities: Acting, Singing, and Dancing
Phone: 561.447.8829
Special needs: Vegetarian meals available
Lunch: Yes, lunch and snacks provided.
Transportation: No

before and after care available
Before Care available beginning at 7:30 AM ($25/week)
After Care available until 5:30 PM ($35/week)

**lunches, snacks, show Tshirt & DVD are included in tuition
(lunches provided by Daidone Dining Services)



Roald Dahl's timeless story of the world famous candy man and his quest to find an heir comes to life in this stage adaptation of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, which features the songs from the classic family film "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." The memorable score features “The Candy Man”, “Pure Imagination”, “Oompa Loompa” and ”I Want it Now” by Academy® and Grammy® award winners Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, neatly fitted into a new script adapted under the auspices of the Dahl Estate.


Welcome to Agrabah, City of Enchantment, where every beggar has a story and every camel has a tail! All of your favorite characters are here in this stage adaptation of the Disney hit, including Aladdin, Jasmine, and of course, the Genie. Filled with magic, mayhem, and flying carpet rides, audiences' spirits will soar with excitement. Most of all, the tuneful, Academy award-winning score with songs including "A Whole New World" and "Friend Like Me" will certainly make this musical a favorite for many years to come!

Come join us for an exciting and fun-packed summer as we celebrate our 5th summer at Olympic Heights Community High School Fine Arts Theatre! Camp begins June 7 and ends August 6. Join us as we sing, dance, and act our way through two fantastic musical theatre-intensive full-length Broadway Musical productions (Willy Wonka and Disney’s Aladdin)! Camp consists of two sessions: June 7th - July 2nd for four weeks; July 5th – August 6th for 5 weeks! Campers will learn how to prepare to audition in addition to learning the ropes on and off stage. Though Sol Children Theatre’s Performing Arts Summer Camp focuses primarily on placing campers on stage, there are technical and design opportunities available as well, for those campers who prefer to stay out of the spotlight! Early bird signups receive registration discounts on tuition! Sign up for the first session, second session … or both! As always Sol Children Theatre promises small camper to counselor ratios guaranteeing not only theatrical fun but the opportunity to grow as an artist. All campers will work closely with instructors and directors who are working professionals in the business!


studied musical theatre, acting, speech and dance at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City, and has performed professionally in New York, Boston and in regional theatre. He attended New York University where he received his undergraduate degree in communications, and his masters in the Arts and Humanities. Since moving to South Florida in 2002, Don has taught drama to students from 5 years old to high school, and is actively involved in South Florida Theatre. He was recently seen in the Caldwell Theatre’s production of “Something’s Afoot.” Don is also a long time member of Actors Equity Association and the Screen Actors Guild.

Karen Saunders, Summer Camp Music Director

KAREN SAUNDERS, upon graduating Hofstra University, began teaching choral music in Oceanside, New York. At the age of 30 she decided to pursue a career in the entertainment business. At an “open mike” call in the city, Rodney Dangerfield just happened to be in the audience and after she finished singing, Rodney approached her and asked Karen to be his opening act.

From opening for Rodney she began to share the stage with such luminaries as Jay Leno, Robert Klein, Billy Crystal, Rita Rudner, Jackie Mason, David Brenner, and Joy Behar, just to mention but a few.

The versatility of her instrument has allowed her career to be quite a varied musical one taking her from the world of avant-garde twentieth century music to Atlantic City to Broadway through Jazz and Blues to an act that encompasses almost all of these styles. Karen plays the piano, the cello, is a recipient of numerous awards for her singing and her act, and is listed in the International Who’s Who of Musicians.

She starred in the 25th anniversary production of “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris” in New York City, has performed in small intimate clubs, such as the Plush Room in San Francisco, to Carnegie Hall with Skitch Henderson and The New York Pops. Karen has coached Broadway actors for their auditions both vocally and for cold readings and created nightclub acts for performers. Karen believes that every child should be made to feel like they are a star and that it is her job to inspire and get out of each child in a nurturing way all that they can be so that their hearts will soar.....so they will have an experience of a lifetime and those that will continue on the road professionally will have gained insight into their musical selves and grow as an artist. Karen is a member of Actor’s Equity.

Michael Pilato, Summer Camp
Theatre Instructor/Assistant Director

MICHAEL PILATO is delighted to rejoin the production team heading the Sol Children Theatre Performing Arts Camp of 2010! Michael is a current B.F.A. Musical Theatre Major at Penn State University with an extensive background in actor’s training and vocal performance. He graduated from the four year Musical Theatre training program at American Heritage on full scholarship, and he has previously studied at Emerson College, in Boston, MA, as a B.F.A. major. Michael has spent the last four years working in close conjunction with Sol Childrens Theatre Troupe. In addition to coaching the last six camp shows, Michael most recently directed last summer’s main stage production of Warren Grave’s Beauty and the Beast. He emphasizes in nurturing children’s creativity and understanding. The theatre is meant for much more than guiding a child across the stage and instructing him or her to pose. It is suppose to be fun and stimulating at the same time, and there is no child we are beyond working with. Let there never be a dull moment in Summer 2010!

Jennifer Mathie, Summer Camp Dance Director

JENNIFER MATHIE is a native Floridian and graduate of Dreyfoos High School of the Performing Arts. She continued her education at Oklahoma City University as a scholarship student in Dance and Musical Theatre. Her professional credits include: Fosse, national tour; New York City Center Encores! Follies; Radio City Rockette; Original Company, Irving Berlin’s White Christmas; Spamalot, national tour. Jennifer has also enjoyed a career in modeling and commercial work with some of her SAG credits including: EBay, Hoover, The Sopranos and Hitch. In addition, Jennifer has been a master teacher at numerous dance studios throughout the country and recently returned from India where she received her certification in yoga.


Located in Boca Raton The highly successful and original Performing Arts Summer Camp, Sol Children Theatre. Being one of South Florida's most prodigious and rapidly growing children's theatre companies, is setting up camp once again for 2009! This will be its fourth year with the promise of even more spectacular productions. This year Sol Children Theatre Performing Arts Summer Camp is going to be presenting The Lilliputian Opera Company. Make sure you register soon! Spaces fill up fast. Read More!



2008 - 09 SEASON

A Dream Come True
by Kristi Cunningham
March 13 – 29
Phantom of the Opera
songs & scenes
A Midsummer Night's Dream
"the course of true love never did run smooth"
July 10 - 26
Beauty and the Beast
August 7 - 23

Andrea Feniger, Kendra Fulmer, Noelle Hoffman, Gisbert Heuer, Josh Lerner, Giovanni Bagioli, Erin Hancock & Madison Spear (as Christine)

An exciting musical based upon Gaston Leroux’s classic story of a brilliant young singer and her “Opera Ghost.” The Sol Children adaptation weaves a musical tapestry of love, mystery and intrigue while bringing to life the famously heart-wrenching story.


Evening in the Garden

Colin in the Garden
Thomas Porat as Dickon Sowerby
Josh Lerner as Colin Craven
Sara Grant as Mary Lennox

Evening in the Garden
Thomas Porat as Dickon Sowerby
Josh Lerner as Colin Craven
Sara Grant as Mary Lennox

Josh Lerner as Colin Craven & Sara Grant as Mary Lennox


Kyle Garcia as Dracula;
Taylor Fox & Ashleigh Deneve as Vampiresses

Kyle Garcia as Dracula;
Christy Sperrazzo as a Vampiress

Kyle Garcia as Dracula; Robert Fritz as Van Helsing

SOL CHILDREN THEATRE TROUPE is a not-for-profit children's theater featuring children's classics.

Plus a full schedule of acting and musical theatre classes for all ages; Performing arts, school auditions, coaching and private voice lessons.



“A Standing Ovation For Sol Children's Theatre"! Having known this theatre since its inception, I am proud to say that Sol Children's Theatre is the best thing to have happened to my child, and to me. It embodies and practices every ideal a theatre of any sort should live up to: it is innovative, creative, and expressive.

One of the most amazing things about this theatre is its absolute refusal to be a stereotype of a children's theatre, to be slotted into a comfortable definition. With every production, this theatre reinvents itself. While the plays are primarily by and for children, it strives to make each play appeal to every person in the audience, irrespective of age or any other designation.

Another endearing quality of SCTT is the pride it takes in everything they present. Each play reflects the care of detail and disciplined hard work that has gone into it on part of everyone who is intimately and tangentially involved in the making. Each play, even each performance, is like none other, inimitable, a piece of art in its own right. I try my best to watch more than one performance of every play they produce.

By far the most admirable feature about this theatre is its range. For instance, it can, very effectively, tap into the endearing, innocent sweetness of "Sleeping Beauty," and in the very next play, boldly push the boundaries of the classic gothic horror of "Dracula" with equal grace. I see that the theatre plans to tackle Shakespeare in the near future, and have no doubts that they shall do fair justice to the complexity and richness that the Bard's work demands of its practioners, with aplomb. Words fail me. There are not enough commendations I can express for this extraordinary theatre I am fortunate to know. Being associated with this unafraid enterprise that expresses the human experience, has made me proud of being human. I invite all who know it to join me in applause for the Sol Children's Theatre as it continues to truly execute its mission with every breath it takes, both on stage and off stage.”

--Shefali Choksi

“My daughter has performed with a few of the other local theaters over the past couple of years. However, it wasn't till she found Sol that she blossomed into a true young actor. At Sol, she has taken acting classes, private voice lessons, as well as performed in a handful of their shows. Sol has everything a young actor needs to learn the profession. It is truly one-stop shopping. As a parent, the moment I walked into the theatre and met Rosalie, I was hooked. She cares about these kids, wants to see them evolve and succeed into not only fine actors, but more importantly, wonderful human beings. She takes no bologna from them and in return she has a theatre troupe of the most outstanding and well behaved children I have ever met! There are no stars here, only good friends.”

-- Trish Sylvester

“Sol Children is a great place for my son. He has found in this theater a wonderful group of children and teachers. It is a safe, fun and full of energy place. My son can't wait to go to rehearsals or troupe meetings. He calls Sol Children Theater "his second home". I'm so glad we found this outstanding children's theater!

-- Maria Laing

“Our daughter has been performing in local theater and in professional productions for 6 years. She has also been with Sol since it opened in Boca Raton. We have found Sol Children’s Theatre Troupe not only provides her a performance venue but the teachers and directors there push her to improve her skills. In particular, the staff stresses vocal training for musical theater, classical singing and standards with great results. It is also a happy, safe place for children."

-- Jim Novakoff

“We have been apart of Sol Children's Theatre since their beginning. My daughter Lexy Gaeta has done many shows at Sol. We are part of the Sol family. It is a safe place for children, it is their safe place and they'll love being part of it. From Rosalie to her staff and the kid's involved it is a top notch theatre .Their productions are wonderful and the children have great talent. I can promise you, you won't be sorry, you'll only wish you had done it earlier!”

-- Reesa Gaeta

“Our daughter Tanya is passionate about her involvement in Sol Children's Theatre. She loves the classes, plays, and participation in troupe activities ranging from crew to cast member. It is her favoritie extracurricular commitment.”

-- Carol Sashi

SCTT has truly become my home away from home. The directors and employees are dedicated and continue to go up and beyond the call of duty, and the children and teenagers in the shows are not only unbelievable actors but now unbelievable friends. I am eternally grateful for everyone involved. I have learned so much, and yet have so much more to learn, and I can't wait.

-- Taylor Fox

"Sol Children Theatre isn't just a theatre where a bunch of kids go to to read lines, we truly learn the art of not "acting" but "being". We step into our character's shoes and put on a remarkable performance. Sol Children Theatre is a place where we can be ourselves; here, we aren't afraid to take risks and try new things. Being part of this amazing place has not only taught me about acting, but about myself. We learn so much and we have a BLAST doing it! I'm so glad to be a part of Sol Children Theatre Troope."

-- Katie


"I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Dracula last night. I thought the kids did an absolutely wonderful job. What a talented bunch of kids! I loved the humor in it too. The acting was just great, and their energy was contagious. I could tell that they really enjoy acting. Again thanks. It was great!"

"I can't say it enough, but this is THE BEST CHILDREN'S SHOW I HAVE EVER SEEN!! Everything is so wonderfully perfect from the costumes to the lighting to the music. And the actors...from Dracula to the servant girl and everyone in between...each and everyone of them is a shining star. Kudos to your cast and crew. I get chills just thinking about it. Congratulations on a job superbly done and I will most definatley spread the word!!"


"Congratulations to everyone who helped put together the wonderful production of Christmas Carol last night! I was really blown away by how this cast came together and thoroughly entertained us! To say I was impressed by this group of actors is an understatement!!!!"

"I've only been to Dracula previously. Christmas Carol, absolutely outstanding! The young cast was amazing! I can't believe they can carry such talent! The lighting and effects just keep getting better and better"


Sol Children Theatre REVIEW

Saturday, April 25, 2009
Young Artists Concert Series

Sol Children Theatre has done it again! The six young vocalists entertained last night's audience with music from contemporary to show tunes. Patrons were served up a mix of solos, trios, and sextets. First-time visitors to the theatre were heard to say "Splendid" and "That was awesome" while Sol veterans agreed "That was the best one yet". Producer/Director Rosalie Grant raised the bar for her performers and the cast of teenagers had no problem meeting the challenge. The evening ended with the audince showing their appreciation with a standing ovation.

If you've not yet been to this little slice of heaven on Federal Highway, you're really missing out on something special. Sol Children Theatre, Boca Raton's only not-for-profit children's theatre, produces plays and concerts that are terrific, family-friendly events. Thank you, Ronald B. in Boca Raton

'Little Red' meets 'The Wolf'!
Anthony Galarza as the Wolf
Isabel Getz as Little Red

Sol Children Theatre
3333 N. Federal Highway | Boca Raton, FL
E-mail: SolChildTroupe@aol.com | SolChildrenTheatreTroupe.org

contact: Rosalie Grant | Artistic Director
address: 3333 N. Federal Highway

city: Boca Raton state: FL zip: 33431
phone: 561-447-8829email: SolChildTroupe@aol.com
url: SolChildren.org

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