Spring

Spring Program 2019

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Let's Get Loud !!!

 An upbeat revue of Broadway and Pop Latin beats !

Auditions/Rehearsals begin January 13 every Sunday 3PM-7PM for students ages 8 to 18

with show dates March  16 &17 6:30PM.

Venue: Battle Mountain High School auditorium. 

Non-refundable tuition is $475

 Click here for enrollment form

 Financial aid must be applied for by Dec 31. Contact annah@vpaa.org for application.

NOTE: Enroll early! (Our Fall program filled up and we could not take late comers after auditions/first rehearsal….)

Auditions are on January 13th. Students can sing any of the songs posted below.

We recommend Boys sing ‘MAMBO number 5’ & Girls sing either ‘Havana’ or ‘Waiting For Life’ but students are free to sing any of the songs listed below. Please only sing at auditions with the track accompaniment. If you sing at auditions with a vocal guide track, you will forfeit any chance of a solo in the show.

Lyrics for the three recommended songs are written below:

MAMBO NUMBER 5

Ladies and gentlemen, this is Mambo Number Five

One, two, three, four, five
Everybody in the car, so come on, let's ride
To the liquor store around the corner
The boys say they want some gin and juice
But I really don't wanna
Beer bust like I had last week
I must stay deep because talk is cheap

I like Angela, Pamela, Sandra and Rita
And as I continue you know they getting sweeter
So what can I do? I really beg you, my Lord
To me is flirting it's just like sport, anything fly
It's all good, let me dump it, please set in the trumpet

A little bit of Monica in my life
A little bit of Erica by my side
A little bit of Rita is all I need
A little bit of Tina is what I see
A little bit of Sandra in the sun
A little bit of Mary all night long
A little bit of Jessica, here I am
A little bit of you makes me your man

HAVANA

Hey Ooh Yeah…..

Havana, ooh na-na (ay)
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh-na-na (ay, ay)
He took me back to East Atlanta, na-na-na
Oh, but my heart is in Havana (ay)
There's somethin' 'bout his manners (uh huh)
Havana, ooh na-na (uh)

He didn't walk up with that "how you doin'?" (uh)
(When he came in the room)
He said there's a lot of girls I can do with (uh)
(But I can't without you)
I knew him forever in a minute (hey)
(That summer night in June)
And papa says he got malo in him (uh)
He got me feelin' like

Ooh-ooh-ooh, I knew it when I met him
I loved him when I left him
Got me feelin' like
Ooh-ooh-ooh, and then I had to tell him
I had to go, oh na-na-na-na-na

WAITING FOR LIFE

A stranger in white
In a car, Going somewhere, Going far
How it must feel to go racing wherever you please
Flying as free as a bird with it's tail in the breeze
Even the fish in the sea must be longing to fly
Catching a glimpse of a stranger and white racing by
A stranger, Racing down the beach
Racing to places, I was meant to reach
My stranger, One day you'll arrive
Your car will stop, and in I'll hop, and off we'll drive, We’ll drive ( key change)

VOCAL TRACKS ARE LISTED FIRST.

INSTRUMENTAL TRACKS BELOW

 

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