The Gloucester Stage presents Holiday Delights tonight at 7:30. Saturday and Sunday 2pm. Conceived and directed by Heidi Dallin with help this year from Sarah Vandewalle and other professionals. Amazing group!
Photographs from tech week
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Enjoy Gail McCarthy advance press in the Gloucester Daily Times Pg 01: Holiday Delights and here A Glosta holiday “Gloucesters Meagan Gallo, center, plays the role of a girl who takes a Christmas Eve journey through time in the annual production of Holiday Delights, produced by Gloucester Stages Youth Acting Workshops. Three shows are planned this weekend Friday at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. This is a scene from Santas workshop with some of the 40-member cast of local youth and teens. For a full story of the Holiday Delights show and more photos, see Gail McCarthys…”
FALL Session 2016 Starts on
Friday, September 9 For Children &
Saturday, September 10 For Teens
Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshops is accepting students 5-19 for the Fall Session. The six week Youth Acting Workshop Fall Session meets for a total of four hours per week through Saturday, October 15. The Fall Session features expanded class hours & lower tuition. The Fall 2016 Session features Acting Instruction taught by award winning actress, Harvard graduate and Gloucester native Heidi Dallin; Lighting Design taught by GSC Master Electrician PJ Strachman; Sound Design taught by The Totalitarians Sound Designer David Remedios and a special course incorporating play writing, dramaturgy and music in “How To Make A Musical” taught by guest instructor Tufts graduate and Danvers native Sarah Vandewalle.
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 theatre.
Registration is open for the FALL 2016 Session. Students are divided in classes according to age. The Children’s Class (ages 5-10) meets Fridays, 4-6pm and Saturdays, 11-1pm. The Teen Class (ages 11-19) meets Saturdays, 9-1pm Class size is limited and registration is on a first come basis. For class times and schedules and to register, call978-283-6688 or visit www.gloucesterstage.com.
GSC Youth Acting Workshop Students in Action.
All Photos by Gary Ng
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!
Or you could both go this weekend. If you’ve never seen Holiday Delights before, don’t miss it this year. No, it’s not JUST for parents of kids who are in it. This is a professional production that you will actually enjoy. And when you see one of these young actors in a major film, you’ll be able to say, I saw that kid when . . . Plus, If you bring your kids (and grandkids) they’ll just love it!
Lisa Smith from Cape Ann TV produced this charming video promoting this week’s production of Wizard of Oz at Beeman School directed by Heidi Dallin. Check out the press release below:
The Beeman Elementary School Chorus presents The Wizard of Oz on Wednesday, April 11 and Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 7:00PM at Beeman School, 138 Cherry Street, Gloucester. All tickets for the production are $5.00 each and will be sold at the door the night of the performance.
This endearing classic story celebrates friendship, inner strength, and the true meaning of home. The play features the classic songs: Follow The Yellow Brick Road, Ding Dong the Witch is Dead, If I Only Had a Brain, If I Were the King of the Forest and Somewhere Over the Rainbow.
The production features 25 fourth and fifth grade Beeman students and is directed by Beeman Music teacher Beth Goldberg and Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop director and actress Heidi Dallin.