Our community is rich in its love and support of theater. As an Academy, our mission to nurture and teach musical skills as a means of creative expression, skill development and service, to enrich the lives of others. Musical theater and drama are highly valued forms of creative expression, and the skill of acting is important to successful shows.
Future show title and dates to come!
Karin Eitrheim-Maas has been active in theatre arts for the past 25 years. Throughout the midwest Karin has graced the stage as an actress and director in professional, regional, and community theatres. She has worked with adults, high school and elementary students. Karin earned a B.A. Degree in Theatre from Augustana College. She continued her studies at various theatre schools including Northwestern University and Second City of Chicago, and the theatre program at the Eugene O'Neill National Theatre Institute in New London, CT.
Wendi Haas-Hammond has a free resume as Production Coordinator that includes working with Director Ron Howard on movies Apollo 13 and The Paper, as well as dozens of movies in addition to Lost in Yonkers, What About Bob?, Parenthood, and The Dream Team.
Six Weeks to Performance - ONE ACT PLAY
Learn the basics of acting and theater: movement, vocal articulation and enunciation, breathing techniques, pantomime, conflict resolution, and character development culminating in a one-act play performance for friends and family on our final day.
Play title and next class session TBA
Directors: Karin Maas and Wendi Haas Hammond
Classes: Watch for next session details!
Time: 6:00 - 7:30pm in Mount Calvary Undercroft
Ages: For youth grades 5 - 8 (minimum 10 students)