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“All Good Gifts”

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights,
who does not change like shifting shadows. James 1:17


Thank you to everyone who made Broadway Showcase 2014 an outstanding show! Special thanks to Mrs. Celeste Macer for 15 years of faithful and dedicated service! We thank God for the talents and abilities He has given to our students, and staff. 

Broadway Showcase 2015 will be held on March 5 & 6 at the La Mirada Theatre for Performing Arts. Join us in welcoming VCS Parent Becci Casey and Bob Collins of Me3 Productions to the Broadway leadership team as Producers, working alongside Vocal Music Director Mr. Octavius Womack. We look forward to continuing the level of excellence seen in Broadway Showcase through the years. For more information on our producers, see the Me3 introduction sheetBroadway Showcase Value statement and Me3 Productions web page.


Over the past 12 years, Valley Christian’s Broadway Showcase has developed into our gift to the community that highlights our students’ talents and commitment.  This is one of our premier performance events which involved 301 students last year from the Kindergarten Connection Class through Grade 12.  A total of 10 casts performed 24 selections and VCHS students comprised the pit orchestra. We invite you to watch a selection from a previous show, Morning Person from the Broadway musical "Shrek The Musical" 


See more selections from 2013 Broadway Showcase

Several of our students have gone on to receive music scholarships to prestigious universities as well as other notable awards. Music training is a part of the Valley Christian education from Preschool through High School.

Broadway Showcase staff share, “It is a privilege to share this creative adventure with the motivated and talented students who give back what God has blessed them with…In preparation for the show, we teach, inspire, and encourage all of these students to attain more than they could possibly do by themselves. The format of displaying scenes from Broadway musicals allows each choir to demonstrate their ability to entertain in the style that best suits their unique skills. Students are asked to do three things...they must sing, dance and exude an enormous amount of stage presence.”


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