Atlanta Junior Lyric

Schoolhouse Rock Live! JR.

Week­days, July 10 – 21, 10 AM-PM
Mat­inée per­for­mances on Sat­ur­day and Sun­day, July 22 & 23, 2017
Ages 12 – 16

Based on the ever-pop­u­lar, award-win­ning 1970’s car­toons, this fast-paced musi­cal teach­es lessons with clev­er, catchy tunes. This ener­get­ic musi­cal fol­lows Tom, a young school­teacher, who is ner­vous about his first day of teach­ing. He tries to relax by watch­ing TV, when var­i­ous char­ac­ters rep­re­sent­ing facets of his per­son­al­i­ty emerge from the set and show him how to win his stu­dents over with imag­i­na­tion and music. Mem­o­rable songs as “Just a Bill,” “Lol­ly, Lol­ly, Lol­ly” and “Con­junc­tion Junc­tion” bring his lesson plans vivid­ly to life.

Tuition $500

Camp is locat­ed at the Lyric Stu­dio The­atre 12 Pow­der Springs Street, Mari­et­ta, GA


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Musical Theatre Dance and Fitness Classes

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Class Prices

Indi­vid­u­al Class $20
4 Class Card: $68 ($17/​Class)
10 Class Card: $160 ($16/​class)
20 Class Card: $280 ($14/​class)

For more infor­ma­tion, email or call 404−377−9948


Bonnie Harris

Bon­nie received her dance train­ing from the Sawnee School of Bal­let under the direc­tion of Joan Kall Stew­art. She per­formed lead­ing roles as a Com­pa­ny Mem­ber of the Sawnee Bal­let The­atre in pro­duc­tions of The Nut­crack­er, Swan Lake, Cin­derel­la, Sleep­ing Beau­ty, Alice & Won­der­land, and Les Syl­phides. While study­ing for her BBA in Mar­ket­ing at Geor­gia State Uni­ver­si­ty, Bon­nie con­tin­ued danc­ing with Stu­dio Dion­ne, where she per­formed in var­i­ous per­for­mances includ­ing the Grand Pas de Deux from Don Quixote. After grad­u­at­ing, Bon­nie began her musi­cal the­atre career with Atlanta Lyric The­atre in their pro­duc­tions of The Pro­duc­ers, Guys & Dolls, Sophis­ti­cat­ed Ladies, and Spa­malot. Some favorite roles with Atlanta Lyric The­atre include Vic­to­ria (White Cat) in CATS and Liz in Chicago. Bon­nie has also per­formed for Tuac­ahn Cen­ter for the Arts in Ivins, UT for their pro­duc­tions of Beau­ty & the Beast, Disney’s ‘When You Wish’, and Sis­ter Act.

Jenna Jackson

Jen­na Jack­son grad­u­at­ed Mag­na Cum Laude from Okla­homa City Uni­ver­si­ty and received a Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence Degree in Amer­i­can Dance Ped­a­gogy. This degree focused pri­mar­i­ly on teach­ing, busi­ness, and dance tech­nique and also includ­ed dance his­to­ry, chore­og­ra­phy, anato­my and phys­i­ol­o­gy, dance health and much more. Jen­na interned at Broad­way Dance Cen­ter in New York City. She also served as an assis­tant for the Radio City Rock­et­te Sum­mer Inten­sive and assist­ed work­shops for The PULSE on Tour and Hoctor’s Dance Car­a­van. After grad­u­at­ing from OCU, she per­formed over­seas on the island of Guam in Dream at the Sand­castle The­ater. She was not only a dancer in the show, but also worked close­ly with live tigers and per­formed var­i­ous stunts as a mag­ic assis­tant. She appeared on an episode of Extreme Makeover Home Edi­tion and danced alongside Kristin Chenoweth dur­ing a Broad­way themed episode. Jen­na has per­formed in recent pro­duc­tions in the Atlanta area includ­ing Catch Me If You Can, Damn Yan­kees and Young Franken­stein at the Atlanta Lyric The­atre as well as Evi­ta at Seren­be Play­house. Jen­na has taught dance all over the Unit­ed States and over­seas and is thrilled for the oppor­tu­ni­ty to share her pas­sion with stu­dents at the Lyric Dance Exten­sion!