Arts and Mentoring Project (AMP), is offered a summer musical theater camp. Participants learned about the Polynesian culture through the music, dance, and traditions which are a part of the Disney musical Moana Jr.
Performances are July 23, 24, 25 at the beautiful Hiawatha Pageant Park gates opening at 8 and show starting at dusk. Tickets will be available at the gate; adults $10 and $5 students.
This local production of Disney's Moana Jr. is Produced & Directed by AMP's Executive Director, Reggie Gorter, Music Directed by Zach Ploeger, Choreographed by Jenn Sheldon and involve many other amazing artists and volunteers behind the scenes that make this show possible.
AMP's mission is to provide an arts experience dedicated to mentoring and performing. By welcoming all students we commit to guiding their character and artistic passion in a fun, disciplined environment advancing both the individual and the community.
This activity is funded in part with a grant from the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council made possible by the voters of Minnesota, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.