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Theatre  Three  Dramatic  Academy  Winter-Spring  2017

Our mission is to give our students the most interesting, innovative, and exciting experience possible. This includes invitations to special performances with a meet-the-cast question and answer period. Creative Dramatics will attend RAGGEDY ANN AND ANDY. Pre-Teen students will attend the musical revue RESPECT. Teen students will attend the comedy WHERE THERE’S A WILL..

Workshops begin the week of February 6, 2017. All workshops meet for ten classes.

SPACES ARE VERY LIMITED. REGISTER NOW!!!

Sorry - NO refunds. Register online, by mail, at the Box Office, or charge by phone!

Questions? Call Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(631) 928 - 9202


Creative Dramatics, ages 6-8

CREATIVE DRAMATICS
Ages 6 - 8
Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:00 pm
$150

An introduction to the stage. Basic stagecraft and theatre games with an emphasis on developing acting skills through focus and self-control. Final Class: Original Showcase Performance based on classwork (4/26 at 5:30 p.m.).

Classes begin February 8, 2017

Class dates: 2/8; 2/15; 3/1; 3/8; 3/15; 3/22; 3/29; 4/5; 4/19; 4/26

Co-Instructors: Gabriella Brekne & Kayla Jones

Pre-Teen Workshop I, ages 8-11

PRE-TEEN WORKSHOP
Ages 8 - 11
SESSION ONE:
Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:00 p.m./$175

Introduction to acting. Improvisation, theatre games, beginning scene and monologue work. Final Class: Original Showcase Performance based on classwork (4/25 at 5:30 p.m.).

Classes begin February 7, 2017

Class Dates: 2/7; 2/14; 2/28; 3/7; 3/14; 3/21; 3/28; 4/4; 4/18; 4/25

Instructor: Suzy Dunn
Teaching Assistant: Megan Bush

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Pre-Teen Workshop II, ages 8-11

PRE-TEEN WORKSHOP
Ages 8 - 11
SESSION TWO:
Fridays 4:00 - 6:00 p.m./$175

Introduction to acting. Improvisation, theatre games, beginning scene and monologue work. Final Class: Original Showcase Performance based on classwork (4/28 at 5:30 p.m.)

Classes begin February 10, 2017

Class Dates: 2/10; 2/17; 3/3; 3/10; 3/17; 3/24; 3/31; 4/7; 4/21; 4/28

Instructor: Suzy Dunn
Teaching Assistant: Megan Bush

Teen Workshop, ages 12-17

TEEN WORKSHOP
Ages 12 - 17
Mondays
4:00 - 6:30 p.m./$200

For all levels of experience. Basic scene and monologue work, stage technique, beginning and advanced improvisation. Final Class: Original Showcase Performance based on classwork (4/24 at 5:30 p.m.).

Classes begin February 6, 2017

Class Dates: 2/6; 2/13; 2/27; 3/6; 3/13; 3/20; 3/27; 4/3; 4/17; 4/24

Instructor: Steven Uihlein

 

SPACES ARE VERY LIMITED
REGISTER NOW!!!
Sorry - NO refunds


 You can also register at the Box Office,
or charge by phone!
Questions?
Call Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
(631) 928 - 9202
or
Download the Brochure and register by mail.

 


 

Faculty

THEATRE THREE’s Dramatic Academy is delighted to welcome back SUZIE DUNN
as Instructor for Pre-Teen I and Pre-Teen as well as our new Dean of the Dramatic Academy.

GABRIELLA BREKNE (Instructor Creative Dramatics) BA in Theater and Liberal Arts from Albright College. Child Development Associates. Previous Drama Instructor for Port Jefferson Music Academy. 2011 Literary Intern for The Ensemble Studio Theater (NYC) and 2009 Production Intern with The Finborough Theater (London). Founding member of Albright Children's Theater and Less Than or Equal To: Improv and Comedy Troupe. Cast, stage management, and assistant director credits include THE ACTOR'S NIGHTMARE; ARABIAN NIGHTS; SEVEN JEWISH CHILDREN: A PLAY FOR GAZA; THE CHERRY ORCHARD.

SUZIE DUNN (Instructor Pre-Teen I and Pre-Teen II/Dean of Dramatic Academy) Teaching career began at THEATRE THREE at age eighteen teaching classes ages 6 through 17. BFA in Theatre; MA in Elementary Education. Seven years a teacher of dance and drama Oakland Garden Elementary School, New York City; Arts Liaison between school The New York City Blueprint for The Arts, working with teaching artists from across the world. Assisted in writing the Arts Standards for New York State. After New York workshops, she transferred to Albany where she has been working with youth, adult and regional theatre for the past ten years. Proud co-founder of The Cue Theatre, an educational lab school theatre that works with hundreds of students throughout the capital region. She is the author of a curriculum for Arts- in-Education “Cue the Classroom” launched 2014 throughout the Albany City School District in 2014. She appeared Central Park’s Delacorte stage in The Public Theatre’s TWELFTH NIGHT (summer 2016). Recently relocated to Long Island, she was seen on THEATRE THREE’S stage in A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

KAYLA JONES (Instructor Creative Dramatics) With THEATRE THREE Dramatic Academy since 2009. THEATRE THREE credits include PETER PAN NEVERLAND ADVENTURES; KING ARTHUR'S KRAZY KWEST; THE FROG PRINCE; PINOCCHIO.; ALICE'S MOST DECIDEDLY UNUSUAL ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (White Rabbit). Other credits: ANNIE JR. (Grace Farrell); THE SOUND OF MUSIC; ANNIE (Mrs. Pugh); BYE-BYE, BIRDIE (Mrs. MacAfee); BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (Silly Girl); THE BROTHERS GRIMM SPECTACULATHON (Elf cobbler/Walt). Junior, Comsewogue High School.

JEFFREY SANZEL (Executive Artistic Director) BFA in Acting & Directing from Conservatory at SUNY Purchase. With THEATRE THREE since 1989. Appointed Artistic Director July 1993. Associate Member Society of Stage Directors & Choreographers. Director of over two hundred productions.

STEVEN UIHLEIN (Instructor Teen) Associate in Science Degree in Theatre Performance and Technical Theatre. Member of THEATRE THREE’s Educational Touring program since 2015. Centereach High School Drama Program Technical Director since 2013. With THEATRE THREE from 2014 as actor in Mainstage and Children’s Theatre productions as well as fight choreographer, running crew, and lighting designer for Children’s Theatre. Past THEATRE THREE Mainstage credits include A CHRISTMAS CAROL (Marley 2016, First Seeker/Old Joe 2015), LEGALLY BLONDE (Lowell/Dewey), SHREK THE MUSICAL (Big Bad Wolf), BEAU JEST (Chris), GODSPELL (“Light of The World” ), SWEENEY TODD (Ensemble), OLIVER (Ensemble). Reginal credits include HENRY V (Constable of France), THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER (Bert Jefferson), CYRANO DE BERGERAC (Valvert), THE GOOD DOCTOR (THE NARRATOR), etc.