Adult Musical Theatre Workshop – Five Weeks

Are you tired of sitting home, wishing you could do something in the theatre? Have we got the workshop for you! The theme is ‘Broadway Off Main’. The workshop is limited to 10 participants to allow for social distancing. Instructors will be the talented trio, Lisa Bastian, Venae Ellis, and Claudia Bradford. All three are professionals who have years of experience directing musical theatre. In this class you will receive instruction on:

  • Vocal-Musical Technique
  • Chorale Ensemble Performance
  • Dance Instruction
  • Solo Performance
  • Acting
  • Cost will be $115. + $10 supply fee. Members receive 10% off
  • Participants attend five Saturdays from Feb. 20th-Mar. 20th
  • Adult classes are 11am-1pm
  • New skills will be shared in a performance on Mar. 26th 7pm

Children’s Musical Theatre Workshop – Five Weeks

Do you have one of those dramatic kids who needs a learning activity on Saturday? Have we got the workshop for you! The theme is ‘Broadway Off Main’. The workshop is limited to 10 participants to allow for social distancing. Instructors will be the talented trio Lisa Bastian, Venae Ellis, and Claudia Bradford. All three are professionals who have years of experience directing musical theatre and children’s programs. In this class your child will receive instruction on:

  • Vocal-Musical Technique
  • Chorale Ensemble Performance
  • Dance Instruction
  • Solo Performance
  • Acting
  • Cost will be $50. + $10 supply fee. Members receive 10% off
  • Participants attend five Saturdays from Feb. 20th-Mar. 20th
  • Children’s classes are 10-11am Ages 6-14
  • New skills will be shared in a performance on Mar. 26th 7pm

Auditions at the Playhouse

Auditions

Calling all thespians. Auditions are set for Tuesday and Wednesday, February 2nd & 3rd 6-8pm for “One of your Biggest Fans”

This theatrical production has a cast of two, one male & one female.

Perfect for a couple!

Opening night is set for April 9, 2021 with maximum audience of 40.

The lives of a cantankerous soap opera star and his makeup artist collide with the those of his biggest fan and her father with the discovery of a piece of fan mail that changes everything — though perhaps not in the ways they once expected. A charming and witty play about aging and human connection from Winnie Holzman, writer of the hit Broadway musical Wicked and TV’s My So-Called Life, and Second City alum Paul Dooley