Attend a WINGS Production
Our award-winning WINGS program puts on several entertaining productions throughout the year. Come see our talented youth take the stage.
Lynn Meadows Discovery Center presents The WINGS Performing Arts Season 2016-2017* (*Dates and plays subject to change based on availability)
School of Rock – March 2017
Masters in Music-Vocal Performance – Jacqueline Coale, WINGS alumna will begin teaching voice lessons at LMDC beginning August 1. Lessons will be once a week during the following available times: Mondays between 4pm-7pm and Saturdays from 9am-2pm. 1 hour lesson $40 and 30 minute lesson $25 (recommended for younger singers)
Contact Jacqueline at firstname.lastname@example.org or (228)861-6611 to schedule a lesson time.
WINGS is a nationally recognized performing arts program at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center. The program seeks to nurture talent, spirit and leadership in children and youth. WINGS members attend monthly workshops, are eligible to audition for ensemble productions and can attend all WINGS productions free of charge (with the exception of fundraisers and special events).
Nebulas, Shooting Stars, Constellations, Milky Ways, Super Novas and Myth Makers are the core youth performing ensembles of WINGS Performing Arts Program.
Become A Member
Who can join? Children in grades K – 12 are eligible.
What is the cost? Dues are $85 a semester. If a student wishes to participate in the Presidential Volunteer Service Awards Program, there is an additional fee of $10 for award processing. The PVSA organization recognizes community service through medals and certificates based on hours students have volunteered.
Are scholarships available? Yes, scholarships are available for those in need. A recommendation is required.
How do we apply? Children and youth must submit a written application. Contact Tonya Hays at 228.897.6039, extension 311 or email@example.com.
When can we apply? Applications are accepted throughout the summer. Deadline for applications is August 1. Early application is advised.
Is there a place for my child if they are not interested in performing? Yes, students can work in technical theatre, music, writing and other areas.
I am concerned about my child being able to handle the commitment of school and other extracurricular activities. How do students in WINGS make their schedules work? School comes first and students must sign a contract with their parents/guardians to ensure they will keep up their grades. Students can be as involved as they wish. There are many performing opportunities. WINGS staff encourage them to be selective and not do all the activities.