WACHE THEATER TEEN TROUPE
WACHE Theatre Teen Troupe Class
We are so excited to offer teen theatre classes at WACHE School on Mondays. These classes focus on improv exercises, monologues, auditions, becoming fluent in theatre terms, understanding stage directions, and rehearsing for productions. Our teen theatre class is open to beginners all the way up to seasoned actors. There is a Tech Week before each play which includes rehearsals outside of WACHE School.
Theatrical Design Techniques Class
We also offer a Theatrical Design Techniques Class that teaches students about different facets like set building, sound effects, lighting, costume and make up, and props. Students will also work with the Theatre Teen Troupe class to prepare for each semester's play completing production-particular projects. This class will have a few big project days outside of the Monday class to work on projects that won't fit in the classroom.
Meet Our Director
I’m Lindsey, the WACHE Theater Teen Troupe Director. I grew up participating in many productions and live theater has always been in my blood. My own kids perform in theater classes and productions around the area. It became something we, as a family, really had to fully dive deeper into for fun and practice. I am looking forward to teaching your kids the love for performance and performing for others.
Meet Our Theater Tech Teacher
Hello! I’m Ms. Carrie. I experienced live theater from a very early age; my family was involved in the many musicals at our church for as long as I can remember. In college, I majored as a theater performance and vocal performance major. I was able to play the lead in such memorable plays as “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Robber Bridegroom”. (If you’re not familiar with that one, don’t worry. No one else is either.) While I did not pursue theater after college, I still treasure those experiences. There is something unique to live theater- it’s thrilling, it’s a bit scary, and it pushes you to grow. And while I loved the thrill of the performance, nothing compares to the relationships that are built. The theater is essentially a group of people working together as a team to create, using their gifts and passions. And that is hard to find anywhere else. WACHE can go above and beyond that, providing an environment that most importantly, points to God. I am so excited to begin this journey with the WACHE Theater and I can’t wait to see how these students grow in their talents!