WINTER YOUTH PROGRAMS SET FOR GLOUCESTER STAGE
Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop
Winter 2018 Session Accepting Students
Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop is now accepting students ages 5-18 for the 2019 Winter Session of professional arts instruction beginning on Friday, February 8 for Children 5-10 years old and beginning on Saturday, February 9 for Teens 11-18 years old.
The Youth Acting Workshop Winter 2019 Session features expanded instruction time of four class hours per week, lower tuition for all students and scholarship opportunities.
Students will receive instruction in acting, directing, play writing, vocal production, improvisation, creating characters and the world of the play, prop design, set design and lighting design during the six week session. Acting teacher, director and award winning actress Gloucester native Heidi Dallin will be joined by guest instructors : Danvers native Sarah Vandewalle to teach How to Write a Play; Lighting Designer of YAW’s annual production of Holiday Delights, Claire Morse to teach Lighting and Set Design and Gloucester’s Emme Shaw to teach Prop Design.
Students will write and perform 10 minute plays and design props, lights and set for each play. Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshops are designed to provide young people an outlet to nurture their creative potential through developing self-confidence, communication and teamwork skills to use in their daily life as well as introducing them to the skills necessary for professional theater.
Registration is open for the Winter 2018 Session. Class size is limited and registration is on a first come basis. For further information and to register, call 978-283-6688.
Christmas Eve I was at a wonderful party at the beautiful and welcoming home of Grace and Guiseppe Numerosi chatting with Heidi Dallin when she was suddenly surrounded by a group of girls eager to talk with her. She greeted them all warmly, laughed and joked, and was so sweet with them. Grace corralled the girls and we managed to get a phone snapshot of the energetic troupe.
Heidi teaches the Youth Acting Workshop and all four girls were in Gloucester Stage’s annual hit production of “Holiday Delights.” She gives tirelessly of herself to all the kids in the Gloucester Stage and public school plays, makes everyone feel special and uniquely deserving of their roles, and has a real gift for getting the best out of her aspiring thespians. A heartfelt thanks to Heidi Dallin for all that she does for Gloucester youth!
Heidi with (left to right) Gabrielle Cross, Bezzie Strong, Lia Numerosi, and April Smith
Ten minute plays that fit the challenge – Friends and Followers : technology’s impact on relationships
Gloucester Stage Company Youth Acting Workshop (YAW) Young Playwrights Festival
DEADLINE SOON- Submission deadline August 18. Must be 18 or younger.
Congratulations! Marvelous Heidi Dallin and crew really deserve this praise!
LEARNING FROM AN OSCAR NOMINEE- Lindsay Crouse’s visit was on the front page of the Gloucester Times! Wendy Waring’s visit was also on the front page of the Gloucester Times and in the Boston Sunday Globe!