The Groundlings & Fledglings Drama Camps are total theatre immersion in a fun, supportive environment. Teaching artists have significant experience and education in theater. The courses provide challenges and encouragement for all skills from beginner to advanced. For summer sessions, students will spend the days learning movement skills, vocal techniques, theatre games and the experience will end with a fully produced show.
UAF Lab Theatre
Ages 8 – 17
Friday, March 20 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, March 21 at 2 p.m.
For more information, please call 457-7638 or email email@example.com.
Kat couldn’t be more excited to return to FST, where she made her first contribution in 2009 as both actor and scenic carpenter for Othello and performed the role of Rosalind in 2014’s As You Like It. Kat also performed in FST’s 2011 tour of Twelfth Night and had the privilege to facilitate free theatre workshops for high school students as part of the NEA’s Shakespeare in American Communities program. Kat hails from the Midwest, where she earned a B.A. in Theatre Arts from the University of Minnesota. Kat has performed with Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee Chamber Theatre, the Florentine Opera Company, First Stage Children’s Theatre, Cooperative Performance Milwaukee, Four Humors Theatre, Nimbus Theatre, and Bedlam Theatre. Directing credits include productions with Intermedia Arts, the Xperimental Theatre, and Pillsbury House Theatre’s Chicago Avenue Project. Kat has also collaborated on the creation of several devised works, including Fanciness vs. the Void and Us with Moustaches. Raised by two public school teachers, Kat continues to cultivate a fierce love of learning and teaching. She worked with youth at a crisis shelter in the Twin Cities and is now an educator at First Stage Children’s Theatre and Havenwoods State Forest in Milwaukee. In her spare time, Kat enjoys singing and composing music on guitar and banjolin. She has played with Old Man Orville, Mehadrin Klezmer Ensemble, Doctor Muskrat and His Mississippi Mudsteppers, and, currently, County Kat and the Reference Section. A sincere and humble thank you to my family, my friends, and the creative team at the Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre!
Paul Rios is a renaissance man who hails originally from Dallas, TX. He holds both a B.M. in Music Education [K-12] and a B.A. in Theatre [Directing] from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He is a certified music and drama educator who currently works as a substitute teacher and stage technician for the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, as well as a private music instructor and drama coach. He moonlights as a crime-fighting vigilante and frequent banisher of evil. He is a passionate and proactive educator, performer, artist, and nerd extraordinaire with an eclectic background and resume of credits. His other interests include mythology, world cultures, Buddhism, and Nintendo. This will be his third year teaching with Fairbanks Shakespeare Theatre.