Advisicon Outreach – MPA Cabaret Gala
August 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Advisicon Outreach loves to support events in our local community! We are committed to sharing as many as possible to provide a place for YOU to see what’s happening and get involved.
Metropolitan Performing Arts presents Cabaret Gala. A benefit for live arts education and performance opportunities in Southwest Washington. Special guest performers, silent auction, appetizers, and drinks.
More about MPA:
Metropolitan Performing Arts is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 that is dedicated to enriching our community by nurturing a lifelong passion and appreciation for live arts through education and performance opportunities. Our academy offers classes for both children and adults in acting, singing, dance, tech and more. Our community theater is committed to a quality community theater experience that involves and enlightens.
Our Academy (MPAA) allows each student to realize and reach their creative potential through class placement and individualized educational plans. Students can choose to take individual classes or be part of our musical theater program, MTP for short. MTP’s focus is to train ‘Triple Threats’- talented individuals who can sing, dance and act with equal accomplishment. Tuition in this program will include up to three (3) technique driven core classes (one acting, one dance and one vocal), along with a role in our Academy’s main production. The development of performance skills is a vital part of being a Triple Threat. With the opportunity to be on stage, students will grow into a polished stage performer.
Our Community Theatre Project (MCTP) is dedicated to preserving a quality community theatre experience. In the past seven years, we have produced ten main stage theatrical productions for the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area, including several PAMTA and DRAMMY nominations. Each of these productions has enriched the community by exposing new generations to live musical theatre productions including The Fantasticks, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Chicago, Rent, Little Women, Annie, Gypsy, Meet Me in St. Louis and Les Misérables. As a community organization, we are reaching out to you, the community that we serve, to partner with us to keep community theatre alive and well in the Pacific Northwest.
Metropolitan Performing Arts is a non-profit 501(c)3 and do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, or other criteria protected by law.