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Zoom Mystery Writing Grades 3-6

Join us for this fun, interactive class where each participant will write and perform an original mystery play! Kids will create their own character, participate in acting, vocal and improvisation exercises and then rehearse and perform their play! Whodunnit? Only your child will know!

​September 29 - November 17 (Tuesdays)

1pm - 2pm

This program is offered on a pay-what-you-wish basis.

Please support at whatever level is comfortable.

Meet the Instructor


Annie is  a Rhode Island- based Theater Arts Educator specializing in Acting Performance and Directing for children’s shows. Most recently, she worked as a Preschool Arts Enrichment teacher and an Education Assistant with the Mayo Performing Arts Center, a regional theatre in New Jersey, as well as a Director for a Middle School production of Into the Woods Jr. Annie also had a role as an actor  in  the recent production of The Diary of Anne Frank  at the Summit Playhouse in Summit, NJ.


Annie attended Drew University, where she received her BA in Theatre Arts. While studying at Drew, her primary focus was stage management and performing. But as time went on , she developed a growing interest in education after working in several theater summer camps.   During the year, Annie worked as an Assistant Teacher at the local community center,  assistant teaching after school musical theatre classes for local elementary school kids. Over the past few years, she worked in the New York City area in multiple teaching positions with children. She particularly enjoyed being an Assistant Site Director and Teaching Artist for Wingspan Arts, an Arts Education company that provides after school arts enrichment classes in the New York City  Public School System. 

In April 2018, Annie moved to New Jersey, where she continued to broaden her experience in teaching as a full time Pre-K teacher,  as well as an Assistant Teacher for the Essex Youth Theatre, where she assistant directed several shows for elementary school aged students.

Annie has since moved back to Rhode Island, and is  very excited to be back in her home state continuing her work as a Theatre Educator.