Kids Musical Theatre Grades 3-5
Sing, dance and act! Our musical theatre classes are perfect for triple threats in the making! Young performers will learn vocal technique, explore character-based song interpretation, and learn and perform choreography to songs from Broadway and other popular musicals. Students will discover their individual talents, and collaborate with others on group numbers.
January 11 - March 15
Mondays, 4pm - 5pm
Mid-Session Registration Is Still Available! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
January 16 - March 20
Saturdays, 1:30pm - 2:30pm
This program is offered on a pay-what-you-wish basis.
Please support at whatever level is comfortable.
Meet the Instructor
Saturday: Hannah Spacone
Hannah Spacone was born and raised in Providence, RI. She began her theatre career at the age of 7. Hannah attended The Hartt School of Music Dance and Theatre, at the University of Hartford, where she received her BFA in Music Theatre. Not only did her professional career begin during those four years of school, but her love of teaching began to grow. She firmly believes in the power of theatre education! Hannah is a proud member of Actors Equity Association. She spent a year in Los Angeles, which oddly enough took her to Alaska to perform “Beauty and the Beast”, where she was Dance Captain. Hannah was also fortunate enough to play Penny Pingleton in Hairspray with New Bedford Festival Theatre. Hannah has spent the last 2.5 years living in Reno, NV, teaching theatre with Reno Little Theater and the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows, and is thrilled to be joining the teaching staff at Luna Stage Theatre Company!
Monday: Christina Bixland
Christina Bixland is an arts educator, administrator, and director with a passion for making theater with youth. She is the current Education Director at renowned experimental theater group Ping Chong + Company in NYC, and she the former Director of Education at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts where she founded the Flynn Youth Theater Company (high-caliber musical theater performed by and for young people) and ran the Vermont Young Playwrights Festival, elevating and celebrating student voice. Through schools and arts institutions around the northeast, she has taught acting, movement, and voice for theater and musical theater to youth ranging in age from 4-19.