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3rd-5th Musical Theatre: Moana

What can I say except, “you’re welcome” for creating a class based on your latest favorite  movie, Moana!?! Let your child’s love of adventure take flight as the class moves through beloved scenes and songs including “How Far I’ll Go” and “You’re Welcome.” Actors learn beginning ensemble skills and musical theatre techniques in a nurturing environment. Topics covered include audition basics, stage directions, movement, vocal & physical warm-ups, using scripts and foundational choreography and acting. If you sign up, there’s just not telling how far your child will go!

Skills Focus:
• Imagination
• Rhythm/Movement
• Projection/Singing
• Spatial Awareness
• Group Dynamics
• Auditioning basics
• Ensemble work
• Creativity development
• Basic choreography, acting and singing foundational skills

Tuesdays 6:00-7:00pm
Teacher: Erin Kennealy

K-2 Acting: Toy Story

Want to go to infinity, and beyond? Of course you do! Buzz, Woody, and your favorite pals from Toy Story want you to join them on their latest journey to a far-off land. Students will work together in large and small groups to develop characters, humor, storylines, and ideas and then navigate their created collaboration. Using a range of educational techniques and traditional theatre games, this class builds confidence and encourages positive interactions with others. Grab your best friend and sign up today!

Skills Focus:

  • Imagination
  • Group Dynamics
  • Developing Characters
  • Storytelling
  • Basic Stage awareness
  • Fundamental theatre skills

Mondays: 5:00-6:00pm

Teacher: Cyndy Soumar

Monday Classes Meet: January 8-May 7

  • No Class 1/15 (MLK Day)
  • No Class 2/26 (Tech Week)
  • No Class 3/26 (Spring Break)
  • Classes WILL meet Presidents Day, 2/19

An edge-of-your-seat Holmes mystery with a female Sherlock and Watson!

Oct. 19-Oct. 29, 2017

About the Show

When an anonymous note sends a newlywed wife looking for help, Miss Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Dorothy Watson work together to uncover the secrets surrounding a corrupt police inspector whose wives have a habit of turning up dead. But this Holmes and Watson face far greater challenges than bringing the cunning criminal to justice. Miss Holmes possesses one of the greatest deductive minds of her generation, but she chafes at the restraints imposed upon her by society and family. Dr. Watson struggles to make a difference at the only hospital in London that will hire female doctors. In a time and place where gender roles are rigidly defined, these unconventional women dare to challenge societal norms by providing an unusual, but necessary, service. Inspired by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this theatrical “fan fiction” shines a new light on favorite characters from the canon, re-examining the Victorian world of Holmes and Watson by exploring the added obstacles faced by these two iconic characters if they were women.

Sources: Samuel French


In The News

Cast and Crew

Director: Jay Fontanetta
Stage Manager: Darla Goudreau
Assistant Stage Manager: Eileen Crow
Technical Director: Nick Schwartz
Costumes: Michael-Colin Reed
Dramaturg: Peggy Carlson
Hospitality: Joe Mills
Lights: Linda Bugielski
House Manager: Cassandra Johnson
Prod. Coordinator: Janet Venzon
Program Editor: Dennis Fry
Props: Sharon Sobotka and Bob Jadach
Set Construction: John Baderman
Set Design: John Baderman
Set Painting: Karen Holbert and Kurt Lemke
Sound: Jack Calvert and Kurt Lemke

Sherlock Holmes: Gina Palmer
Dorothy Watson: Stacy McCargo
Gregory Lestrade: Michael-Colin Reed
Mycroft Holmes: Jeffery Siddall
Eudora Featherstone: Renata Allelujka
Martha: Diane Baschetti
Peggy: Grethel Bayro
Thomas Chapman: Michael Bolton
Superintendent: Jack Calvert
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: Susan Cardamone
Mrs. Hudson: Jennifer Collins
Edwin Greener: Jonathan Kraft
Lizzie Chapman: Elizabeth Ley
Reginald: Brendan Mertens
Michael Stamford: Tom Schutt



When two actors are cast as lovers, the results are funny and painful in this edgy comedy. (This play has mature language and themes.)

Sept. 28-Oct. 8, 2017


About the Show

Art imitates Life. Life imitates Art. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage. Stage Kiss captures Sarah Ruhl’s singular voice. It is a charming tale about what happens when lovers share a stage kiss—or when actors share a real one.

Stage Kiss enjoyed it's world premiere at The Goodman Theatre in Chicago, in 2011, before making its New York City debut at Playwrights Horizons in 2014 under the direction of Rebecca Taichman.

Sources: Samuel French


In The News

Cast and Crew

Director: Angelee Johns
Stage Manager: Bill Rotz
Technical Director: Nick Schwartz
Production Coordinator: Janet Venzon


SHE: Linda Cunningham

HE:  Tim Gannon

DIRECTOR: Joe Savino

KEVIN: Tommy Aldis

THE HUSBAND: Robert Cappetta

ANGELA / MILLIE / MAID: Devon Winchester (CTWS)


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