Performing Arts Showcase

The Performing Arts Showcase is the highlight of the year for CAP performing arts students, teachers and families. The student performances include theatre, ballet, hip hop, strings, percussion, chorus and much more! Each program is unique and provides a special opportunity for the students to perform for their families and friends.

2024 Showcase Schedule

 

Saturday, April 13, 2024

Show 1

11 a.m.

CAP String Orchestra, led by Joshua Stone
Chaffee Trail – Dance, led by Taylor Baines
Crystal Springs – Strings, led by Joshua Stone
Enterprise – Strings, led by Joshua Stone
Hyde Park – World Drums, led by Michelle Taylor
Kings Trail – Strings, led by Jenna Horan 
Long Branch – Music, led by Jonathan Parr
Mandarin Oaks – Theatre, led by Sommer Farhat-Valent
Parkwood Heights – Theatre, led by Marielle Erskine
Springfield Middle – Dance, led by Di’Asia Hall

Show 2

6:30 p.m.

Abess Park – Chorus, led by Milton Threadcraft
Brookview – Chorus, led by Aquila Tamaseu
CAP String Orchestra, led by Joshua Stone
Central Riverside – Strings, led by Joshua Stone
Cornerstone Classical – Theatre, led by Olesya Shvets
Crown Point – Dance, led by Jackie Peterson
Highlands Middle – Jazz Band, led by Moses Evans
Spring Park – Theatre, led by Marielle Erskine
Venetia – Theatre, led by Leanne Gullo

Important Information for Parents & Guardians

Permission Slips

Permission slips will be shared digitally with families. If you still need to submit one for your student, click here. Permission slips must be completed no later than March 31.

Please note on the permission slip if you will take your student home from the venue, or if you will pick up your student from their school after Showcase. If you plan to take your student home from the venue, view the dismissal procedures below.

Transportation & Rehearsal

All students will ride the bus from their school to the Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts for a rehearsal before their performance. Teaching artists will provide information on when to meet at the school for transportation to the venue. Please ensure your student arrives on time and has everything they need, including costumes, shoes (no flip-flops), makeup, instruments, etc.

Parking

Free parking will be available in the VyStar Tower Garage at the corner of Hogan St. and Bay St. Click here for a map.

Dismissal

Students may ride the bus back to their school or be picked up by a parent or guardian at the venue after the performance. Students will be dismissed at specified locations and must be signed out by a parent or guardian. Click here to view dismissal information.

To make this process as quick and easy as possible, we ask that you do not crowd around the dismissal doors to allow all families the opportunity to sign out their student(s).

Please note: NO students will be dismissed early, and families are not allowed backstage at any time. All performances will be photographed and photos will be made available to all families on CAP’s Facebook page.

For More Information

Contact Peyton Bryant, Program Coordinator, at peyton@capkids.org.

Presented By

Willits Foundation

Sponsored By

VyStar Credit Union
Dun & Bradstreet
David & Monique Miller Family Fund
Cara & Scott Baity
Robyn Kreimborg & Amy Wilson