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FALL INTO AUTUMN

A Day of Creative Playmaking for 5 -12 year olds NOVEMBER 25, 2019

Spend the day creating and making in the Playhouse studio with Corinne and Nikki. Together, we will enjoy theatre games, yoga, craft time, and make gratitude pieces to take home to share with friends and family. Come ready to get messy, move, and explore in a small group setting. Limited to 20 students.
 
November 25 from 10-3pm
Cost: $60 p/student
 

QUESTIONS? Contact our Education Director Nikki Weaver with questions:  nikki@portlandplayhouse.org

 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS

NIKKI WEAVER – Born in Los Angeles and raised in Sydney, Australia, Nikki moved back to the U.S. in 2005 after graduating from The Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts with a BFA in Acting. Since 2005, Nikki has created many projects, some of which include: a yoga program for 4-12 year olds, acting classes for 4-18 year olds, toured as Madame Curie in a solo show for a full year, raised over $3k to help families suffering from the Sandy Hook shooting, led international wellness retreats, and acted on stages in the U.S and in Australia. Nikki is an innovative creator and passionate communicator driven  by a desire to understand other points of view. She brings a deep sense of listening, curiosity and an open heart to the team. A co-founder of Portland Playhouse, Nikki leads our extensive education programs – while standing on her head, running to find her kids and seeing as much theatre as possible. MFA: George Washington University.

CORINNE GAUCHER was born and raised on the New England coast and quickly fell in love with the power of theatre and entwining it with education. Grateful for her own experiences making theatre as a child, she co-founded the Summer On Stage Program at the historic Garde Arts Center in Southeastern Connecticut which continues annually to this day. She received her BA in Theatre from UNC Charlotte in North Carolina where she was an actor, director, producer, and dabbled in education outreach. After graduating, Corinne moved to Portland to be a part of the 2014-2015 Apprenticeship Company and knew she had found her creative home. In addition to being an actor around town and making her own work, she can often be found singing karaoke, and making friends with neighborhood cats.

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