A tradition of live theatre with style, class and heart since 1983
Unless otherwise noted, all shows are performed at
120 N. State Street
Newtown, PA 18940
You can buy tickets 3 ways:
You can also reserve tickets by calling 215-860-7058 or e-mailing email@example.com.
For more information, contact Director Cari Kassel at 917-968-2262.
|Program Director||Cari Kassel, Theater Educator and Performer|
|Instructors||Joyce Rubinsohn, Professional Actor and Vocalist|
|Robin Gaul, Accompanist|
|Natalie Chernicoff, Dance Instructor|
|Jim Banar, Writer/Director 10-minute Plays|
|Seth Epstein, Improvisation Instructor|
|Sean Williams, Improvisation Instructor|
|Special Presentations by||Jane DeKorte, Costume Designer Extraordinaire|
|George Pickering, Set Design and Construction|
|April Hickey, Hair Design|
|Joe McKernan, Basic Techniques in the Art of Stage Combat Instructor|
Instructor Miranda Leiggi will demonstrate basic techniques:
-- Application of make-up to enhance and/or alter the appearance of actors
-- Selection of shades and color to achieve the appropriate special effects
-- Illustrate a special effects makeover of a live model
Miranda Leiggi is a college graduate from Drew University with a BA in Theater. She spends her free time drawing, painting, reading comics and pursuing new creative outlets. Miranda designs costumes, sets, tattoos, posters and graphic art, along with continuously improving her special effects makeup. She has done various makeup-related training drills with the FBI and Madison New Jersey's SWAT team, as well as design and implement makeup in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. She's loved every minute of it. Miranda is working as a colorist for Arch Enemy Entertainment on Game Boys, featured in USAToday. You can see her makeup skills every fall at Midnight Productions House in the Hollow, a theatrical haunted house.
After earning her M.A. in Educational Theater from NYU, Cari taught 6th grade and music at the Mary McDowell School in Brooklyn NY. After moving to New Jersey, she became the Performing Arts Coordinator at the Cambridge School in Pennington where she currently teaches music and drama and directs the school musical. Cari has performed in Little Women and Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, both with Newtown Arts Company. Additionally, she enjoys writing music and performing her original songs in the area. Cari lives in New Jersey with her husband David, daughter Zinnia and dog Maggie.