Is designed for children 8 - 11 with an interest in theatre. No experience or training required.
Monday - Friday June 19 - 23 8:45am - 12pm
This workshop provides an opportunity for children to explore creativity and storytelling in a professional theatre setting. Children have a fun and unique experience learning and working along side artists who have performed on Lamb's Players Stages during our 2015-2016 Season . The safe and supportive environment provides exposure to the theatre arts while helping students build confidence in their own ideas and imagination. Through theatre games, improvisation, and music -- the class works together to perform a showcase inspired by their classwork during the week.
Class size is limited to ensure optimal student / teacher ratio.
is designed for students ages 12-14 with a strong interest in theatre arts.
Monday - Friday June 26 - 30 8:45am - 12pm
This workshop is like a "back stage pass" to the professional world of theatre for young people. Students will work along side artists who have performed on Lamb's Players Stages during our 2015-16 Season, as well as designers and directors. The supportive and collaborative environment provides an "insider's look" at the art of theatre, all the while encouraging the expression of their own ideas and imagination. Through creative dramatics, improvisation, music and writing--the class works together as an ensemble to develop a showcase inspired by their original work during the week.
Class size is limited to ensure optimal student / teacher ratio.
Kerry wears many hats as actor, director, and playwright. She is the director of Lamb’s Educational Outreach. On staff at Lamb's since 1976, she now serves as Lamb’s Associate Artistic Director. As resident playwright, her work includes Boomers, American Rhythm, Dracula, My Asparagus Is Growing Fine and LPT’s annual Festival of Christmas. Her directing credits include MIXTAPE, Guys & Dolls, Trying, An Ideal Husband, Pretty Fire, Thunder At Dawn, Private Lives, The Boys Next Door, Amadeus, Beau Jest, The Foreigner and You Can’t Take It With You. As a performer she has been seen in such productions as The Great Divorce; Quilters; Tartuffe; Godspell; She Loves Me; A Woman of No Importance; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Till We Have Faces; Pump Boys and Dinettes; Into The Woods; Hello, Dolly!; Boomers, The Hit, Leaving Iowa, Harvey , The Music Man and See How They Run and Dinner with Marlene.
Bryan's credits at Lamb’s include OZ, You Can't Take It With You, WIT, Around the World in 80 Days, The Music Man, The Book of the Dun Cow, The Glory Man, Harvey, An American Christmas, Godspell, The Fantasticks, Hello, Dolly! Regional: Parade (Jim Conley), Man of La Mancha (Sancho), The Threepenny Opera (Crooked Finger Jake), Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Judah), Sideshow (Jake), and Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey 2). Bryan now works full time as lead singer of The Routine, a Rock N' Roll band based in San Diego. You can find them at www.Theroutineband.com.
Kiana has appeared in American Rhythm and An American Christmas with Lamb's Players Theatre. She has recently performed the roles of Cleo (The Most Happy Fella), Heavenly Friend (Carousel), and Sarah's Friend (Ragtime) as well as the operatic roles of Daphnis (Daphnis et Chloé), Cendrillon (Cendrillon), and Dinah (Trouble in Tahiti). Kiana has received prizes and recognition from the La Jolla Symphony and Chorus Young Artists Competition, the National Association of Teachers of Singing, and the Metropolitan Opera National Council. Kiana recently received her Bachelors degree in Music from Point Loma Nazarene University and is currently an apprentice in San Diego Opera's newly developed university partnership, Opera Exposed!
Costume design credits for Lamb's Player's Theatre include: Mixtape, Hip Pocket for LPT's educational outreach touring show, Trying, See How They Run, The 39 Steps, You Can't Take it With You, Festival of Christmas "All I want for Christmas..."and co-costume design of The Foreigner and Festival of Christmas "Northern Lights". Costume design credits at other venues include: All This and Moonlight, and An Inspector Calls at Scripps Ranch Theater, Old Wicked Songs and Talley's Folly at North Coast Rep, and Side Man for Bang! Productions. Jemima has worked at Lamb's for 10 years in the costume department as seamstress, a cutter/pattern maker, and assistant to Jeanne Reith, she has also worked backstage as Assistant Stage Manager on Boomers and Godspell. She has been featured in 944 magazine, The Social Diary, and ArtPulse TV. Jemima would like to thank her wonderful husband Jeff and their daughters Amelia & Charlotte
Sharon Maley received her BA in Theater from U.C.L.A. She has over 30 years’ experience as an actor, stage manager and director. She has focused her career on educational theater, working at Lamb’s Players Theatre, Write Out Loud, the San Diego Symphony, Walnut Creek Civic Arts Repertory Theater, San Diego TheatreSports Improvisation Troupe, and the Sweetwater Summer Theatre Institute. Favorite directing credits include: Fiddler on the Roof, In the Heights, Legally Blonde, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, One for the Road, and recently in collaboration with Catherine Hanna Schrock, three original Forum Theater/Theater of the Oppressed pieces. She also created and taught her own Improvisation Program StageWorks! for the Chula Vista Elementary School District, College For Kids, and CYT. In 2011, she found her “dream job” directing and teaching theatre at the School for Creative and Performing Arts at Chula Vista High School. Sharon’s greatest role, however, is as a wife and mother. She met her husband of 29 years, Paul Maley, in the U.C.L.A. Theater Department. They have two children: Ellen, a Senior Spanish Major at Point Loma Nazarene University, and Ben, a Freshman Music Education Major at Biola University.
Jordan was last seen in Lamb's Players Theatre productions of Festival of Christmas 2016 and 2015, OZ, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and their critically acclaimed and award winning production of Les Miserables (Enjolras.) He also served as fight choreographer for West Side Story. Other San Diego credits include Lyric Opera San Diego's The Gondoliers (Guiseppi,) Anything Goes (Billy) and A Little Night Music; Cygnet Theatre's The Importance of Being Earnest (Algernon,) Travesties (Henry Carr) and Bed And Sofa (Volodya.) Regional credits include Oklahoma! (Curly,) Annie Get Your Gun (Frank Butler) and A Little Night Music (Count Carl-Magnus.) www.jordancmiller.com
Molly C. O'Meara
Molly is a Lamb's Players Associate Artist. Her Lamb's credits include Understudy for Maria in West Side Story, Maggie in An American Christmas (2011, 2012) and Gracie Shinn in The Music Man. Favorite roles: Peter in Peter Pan, Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, Featured Dance Ensemble in Spamalot and Mary Poppins (Moonlight), Blanche in King John (Intrepid Shakespeare Co), Betty in The Crucible (Moxie Theatre/ Intrepid Shakespeare Co), and Clara in The Nutcracker (California Ballet). Molly’s choreography credits include Intrepid Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Francis Parker Dance Company, and many projects while receiving her BFA in Music Theatre at Elon University. This will be her third year on staff for Lamb’s summer camps; she’s thrilled to be back.
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