JANUARY 24 - This is gonna be a knockout workshop! In addition to exploring how to strengthen a theatrical argument through objectives, blocking and conflict, everyone will learn various (and safe!) methods of stage fighting including slaps, slugs, kicks, hair pulling and choking. After all "bringing families and communities together" is part of CYT's mission! Ha ha!
Students ages 8-18 are invited to enroll. OPTIONAL One parent per enrolled student (or aged 19 and up family member) may accompany their student for FREE! Our Gang students (ages 5-7) may accompany an older enrolled sibling for FREE if they bring a parent chaperone!
After you register, you'll receive an email asking you to tell us who will join your student for this workshop
IF YOU'D LIKE TO REGISTER FOR THE WORKSHOP SERIES (all 5 workshops for $200) CLICK HERE
CLASSES/CAMPS REFUND POLICY-
NO REFUNDS OF ANY KIND OR CHANGES 2 weeks before the first day camp/class begins. Prior to 2 weeks a $25.00 cancellation fee per class is applied to refunds. Refunds are returned to the original form of payment. Camp/class changes are subject to availability. Tuition must be paid in full in order to register online for camp/class.
Jinnae Stuckey holds a BA in theatre from California Baptist University and a MA in Education from University of Southern California. She started dancing at the age of three and danced her way through high school. During her college years she worked on plays and musicals in every capacity possible, from house managing to choreographing to being on stage. Since graduating she has created a theatre program for the Boys and Girls Club of Auburn, worked as the theatre director and teacher for Horizon Charter Schools, taught dance at the Conservatory of Dance, and served as the Visual and Performing Arts Specialist at Community Collaborative Charter School. Now she enjoys staying home with her daughter Everleigh and working for Inspire Charter School as a homeschool teacher.
Austin Mark Nunn loves being a part of the CYT Sacramento family. He graduated with his BA in Performance and Directing from Vanguard University of Southern California. A few of Austin’s favorite productions as the director and/or choreographer include, Peter Pan, Kiss Me Kate, Metamorphosis, Dancing at Lughnasa, and The Addams Family.
Austin is the resident choreographer for Reality Youth show choir which has performed all over the United States. Austin has performed professionally throughout Southern California and in the greater Sacramento area. Favorite roles include the Baker in Into the Woods, Uncle Fester in The Addams Family, Elton John in The Beat Goes On (a role he originated) Joe Cable in South Pacific and Captain Phoebus de Martin in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. For his performance of First Gangster in Kiss Me Kate, Austin was nominated for the Irene Ryan Outstanding Performance Award by the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. He is grateful for the opportunity to share his love for the arts with the students at CYT Sacramento and looks forward to all that God has in store.