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Glee In a Day Workshop

This workshop will be held at the Stadium Theatre
on Sunday, February 10th from 10 AM to 3 PM

 

Is your child a budding diva or rock star, or do they love to sing and dance to the pop hits of today?  This is the perfect Workshop for them! The Stadium Theatre’s Professional instructors will teach students how to sing in tune, sing in harmony and sing in rounds while perfecting today’s most popular dance moves. Participants will choose their own song to perform! This workshop will mirror our popular Young Actors Academy GLEE class - all in one day!

 

It’s a treat for family as well!  At the end of the workshop students will perform a brief presentation of what they learned for family and friends.  You will be amazed at their performance!

 

Prospective students need to dress comfortably, bring a bagged lunch and be ready for a day of interactive fun on the Stadium Theatre stage!

 

Don’t miss out on receiving top-notch instruction and knowledge.  Sign-up today, space is limited.  Call the Stadium Theatre at 401-762-4545 or mail your registration form in with your payment of $50.00 to reserve your spot today. Call the Stadium Theatre or e-mail lisa@stadiumtheatre.com with any questions.

 

Click here to download the workshop registration form!

 

Instructors:

 

Ryan DeWolfe has served as a music director for numerous productions at the community theater, college and high school levels. Some of his musical directing highlights include: “Beauty and the Beast”, “ Bye, Bye Birdie”, “Cabaret”, “Guys and Dolls”, “Music Man”, “The Wizard of Oz”, and “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”.

 

In addition to his music directing credits, Ryan has served as Director for the Stadium Theatre’s Kids Kamp, February Vacation Camp and a Musical Theatre Workshop.

 

Ryan currently teaches Music, General Music, and Chorus to 7th and 8th grade students in Massachusetts, and also served as the Fine Arts Department Chair and Music Director at Saint Raphael Academy for four years.

 

 

Meaghan Bruneault began dancing at the age of three, and trained for many years under Arlene Golden Gilbert at The Jasper School of Dance (formerly The Dance Center).  She has also received training from several notable dancers including: Roni Mahler, Art Stone, and Joe Tremaine. 

 

In the 2009 through 2010, Meaghan was the Dance Team Choreographer for North Smithfield High School. Meaghan has choreographed several shows for The Encore Repertory Company including: “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, “Rent”, “Fame”, and the Encore Kid‘s production of “Beauty and the Beast”. 

 

Currently Meaghan teaches dance at her home studio, The Jasper School, in Cumberland, RI.

 

Meaghan also loves to sing. She has taken vocal lessons with various private teachers. Meaghan has performed in All-State and All-New England Choruses, and has performed in over 20 musicals with the Stadium Theatre's Encore Repertory.

 

 

 

 

 


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