The Macomb Center is home to several fine show choir programs for students in middle school, high school and college. Through participation in the Macomb Center's Show Choir programs, students learn the art of musical theater. A combination of singing, acting and choreographed movement combined to create the necessary skill set for a Broadway-style performance. Opportunities abound for singers to not only perform at numerous functions, but to learn the craft from professional vocal clinicians and choreographers. While pursuing their musical interest, students gain self-esteem, enhance their performance experience and have the opportunity to develop lifelong friendships. In addition, they will gain the experience of performing on a professional stage at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts.
Magic Company (High School Show Choir Program) Magic Company is a show choir program for gifted and talented high school students. Auditions are held during the month of August. Rehearsals are held on weekends throughout the fall semester. Once you have auditioned and been accepted into the program, you may pay and register online. Register Now!
Garfield Singers (Middle School and Jr. High School Show Choir Program) Garfield Singers are a show choir program for talented middle school and Jr. High School students. Auditions are held in the month of January. Rehearsals are held on week days throughout the winter semester. Once you have auditioned and been accepted into the program, you may pay and register online. Register Now!
Junior High Workshop (Must attend as a class; check with your school's choir teacher.) Held in January of each year, the Junior High Workshop gives school groups from the local area exposure to professional choreographers and vocal coaches in a two-day intensive workshop experience.
For more information about our Show Choir Programs or for assistance with your online payment/registration, contact our Education & Outreach Department at 586.286.2044 or email ArtsEducation@macomb.edu.
“This theatre and this building is where I first discovered Broadway. From show choir camps, to Garfield Singers, to Magic Company, this place sparked the dream for me! What a gift it is to return to your roots and share this show with friends and family!”