The Sound of Music
Art Class
Honk: A Musical Comedy of the Ugly Duckling
Band
Choir Concert
The Vontrap Family Singers from the Sound of Music


At The Master’s Academy, students study visual arts, music, theatre and dance — not for the sake of art — but for God’s glory. We strive for excellence in everything we do, telling stories of truth and beauty that point audiences to the fulfillment of all truth and beauty, Jesus Christ.  

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One cold Christmas Eve, Scrooge is unkind to the people who work for him, then refuses to give to charity, and then is rude to his nephew when he invites him to spend Christmas with him. When Scrooge gets home, he is visited by the ghost of his old business partner, Jacob Marley – and then by three ghosts! They are the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. The Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge on a journey through Christmases from his past, taking Scrooge to see himself as an unhappy child and a young man more in love with money  than his fiancé. The Ghost of Christmas Present shows Scrooge his clerk, Bob Cratchit’s family. At Bob Cratchit’s house Scrooge sees Tiny Tim, who is very ill, but full of spirit. The ghost then takes him to see his nephew Fred’s Christmas celebrations - which he had been invited to, but rebuffed. Finally, The Ghost of Christmas Future terrifies Scrooge by showing him visions of his own death… The ghosts’ journey through time teaches Scrooge the error of his ways. When he wakes up on Christmas Day he is full of excitement, and buys the biggest turkey in the shop for the Cratchit family before spending the day with his nephew, full of the joys of Christmas.
 
 

 

Meet Our Director

Josh Swenson
               Josh Swenson 
The Fine Arts & Theatre Director
 
Josh Swenson graduated from Nebraska Wesleyan University and holds a BFA in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in Stage Management and Directing. Some of his favorite credits include “Shrek: The Musical”, “A Christmas Story: The Musical”, and “Man of La Mancha.” Josh has been working professionally at the Orlando Repertory Theatre since 2013 as a Stage Manager, Facilities Manager, and Rentals Coordinator. In 2013, Josh proposed to his wife Ashlyn on the set of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, a show which they were both working on together. They were married October 2014 and now have a little boy named Crosby and a little girl named Colbie.