SUMMER THEATRE ARTS 2018
GRADES 2-6 – https://goo.gl/forms/cYWFXbpqV0oUqcC42
GRADES 7-11 – https://goo.gl/forms/Vffso4ZYNWuHUNww2
Emphasis on Professionalism, Versatility, Development, Training, Performance, Success and Fun
Excellence in art changes lives ~ Empowered young people create artistic excellence
Our mission is to provide a nurturing and challenging educational environment through the completion of a musical production/revue. We strive to provide a high-quality and diverse experience in all areas of the performing arts. In this light, it is our goal to foster an appreciation, understanding, and love of the performing arts with a clear intent to touch the heart, engage the mind, and transform lives by creating extraordinary theater experiences for the young people in our program.
TERRI SEGGIO (Director, Teen Performance Workshop Session 1) has been a teacher, director, and choreographer for over 30 years. She has taught middle school students for both the N.Y.C. Public School System and in Franklin Township.
Mrs. Seggio is presently teaching 6th grade Literacy and is the director of the Musical Theatre program at Sampson G. Smith School, where she started the S.G.S Players 13 years ago. Prior to Sampson she directed at Franklin Park School and Conerly Road School, and she directed and choreographed productions for the Staten Island Children’s Theatre Performing Arts Company in Staten Island. Mrs. Seggio is proud of the over 45 shows she has directed and choreographed in her career. She has been the director of the Villagers Teen Summer Arts for the past 6 years and has loved every minute of it! Mrs. Seggio believes “All children should experience a standing ovation in their life!” She strives to bring her passion for theatre to the children she is lucky enough to teach! She is the proud recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Women of Achievement in Entertainment for Somerset County, and last year was awarded Educator of the Year in the Arts.
KIERA RADVANSKI (Director, Teen Performance Workshop 2) is a graduate of the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University with a BM in Music Education and is currently a music education teacher in the Franklin Township school system. Kiera has been involved with the Villagers Theatre since she was 10, participating in the Villagers Summer Theatre Arts Camp. In recent years she has been seen on stage in Rent and Spring Awakening. She joined our staff for the teen camp several years ago and has been one of the directors for the past 3 years. She looks forward to sharing her passion of music and theatre with your teens again this summer!