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Summer Teen Theater Academy Ensemble Performance

Categories: Teen Programs | All Events
Event Details
Friday, August 12, 2022
7 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. PDT
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The Armory: Ellyn Bye Studio

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One Night Only! Please join us for a very special Teen Academy Ensemble Performance. For three weeks Portland Center Stage young artists have engaged in generative rehearsals that include acting techniques, theatrical games, improvisation, song writing, playwriting and ensemble building exercises that focus on the creation and performance of a show that is entirely their own!

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Masks are still required at The Armory, but we no longer require proof of vaccination to attend performances and events. FULL DETAILS HERE

(He/Him)

Andy is an actor, improviser, and teaching artist from Kansas City, MO. He earned his BFA from Avila University and his MFA from Purdue University. Since then he has performed at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre, the Coterie Theatre, the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, the Kansas City Black Rep, and Spinning Tree Theatre. As an improviser he has traveled to perform in Chicago, Detroit, San Diego, Indianapolis, Houston, and Baltimore with his comedy duo Snooze Button. While teaching, Andy focuses on creating a safe environment where students are able to push themselves creatively and discover their own unique voice.

(She/Her)

Local credits include Persephone with Bedrock Theatre, The Most Massive Woman Wins at Deep End Theater, Dream/Logic with Hand2Mouth Theatre, and Sleepwalker at Headwaters Theatre (Fertile Ground Festival). New York credits include Volupté with World Theatre Lab, Spring’s Awakening and Balm in Gilead at The Marilyn Monroe Theatre, and The Darger Projects at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute. Recent film credits: Magnificent (winner of the LGBTQ category at Oregon Independent Film Festival), Lonesome Georgeirl, and Love, Cheryl. She has a B.F.A. in acting from New York University and has studied at The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute and Stonestreet Studios.

(She/Her)

Nicole grew up in Nyack, New York where she began studying theatre at a young age within the Rockland County community. She earned her undergraduate degree in Theatre Arts and Public Relations from Flagler College in Saint Augustine, Florida. After a few years living and working in NYC, she decided to head midwest to pursue an MFA in Acting and Directing at UMKC, where she has had the opportunity to work at KC Rep, The Coterie Theatre, Heart of America Shakespeare Festival, Spinning Tree Theatre, New Theatre, Unicorn Theatre, among others. Nicole is also a freelance director and teaching artist. Currently she resides in Kansas City where she loves to teach yoga, cook, and spend mornings at the dog park drinking good coffee. Nicole is a proud member of Actor's Equity.

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