February 19-22, 2019
WORKSHOP DATES: February 19-22, 2019
Tuesday through Friday, 9am-4pm
WORKSHOP AND PERFORMANCE LOCATION:
Waltham High School
617 Lexington Street | Waltham, MA 02452
AGES: 8-18 years old
Students will be divided into groups by grade.
$225 for Waltham residents
$250 for Non-Waltham residents
Early drop off (8:30am) for an additional $25 or late pick up (4:30pm) for an additional $25 or both early and late for $40 for the week.
Complete the registration form and mail payment to:
Reagle Music Theatre
617 Lexington Street
Waltham, MA 02452
ABOUT OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Workshops are typically held during the Winter, Spring, and Summer school vacations for students ages 8-18.
Reagle Music Theatre has a variety of programs designed to give children in the Greater Boston area the opportunity to expand their horizons through the performing arts. We provide a positive, nurturing environment in which to develop a variety of skills including: Improvisation, Theatre Games, Role Playing, Stage Movement and Dance, Scene Work, Character Exploration, Auditioning Skills, Vocal Technique, Stage Combat, and Technical Stage Craft.
LENNI KMIEC (Education Director) is a Boston-based AEA actress, singer, dancer, and teacher. She has been seen for the past four summers on the Reagle Mainstage. Lenni is a full-time teacher at the Corwin-Russell School and Director of Educational Programs at the Alexander Children's Theatre School, where she also teaches dance, directs, and choreographs. She has choreographed 15 shows at ACTS and received a 2011 EMACT/DASH Award nomination for her recreation of Bob Fosse's original choreography for the school's Chicago. Lenni has directed and choreographed at various summer camps and theatre programs, and teaches both dance and theatre workshops year-round for children ages 8-18. She has performed with North Shore Music Theatre, A.R.T/OBERON, Wheelock Family Theatre, the Daryl Roth Theatre, Lyric Stage Company, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Gloucester Stage Company, Seacoast Rep, Central Square Theatre, Underground Railway Theatre, and Hanover Theatre.