Month: September 2014

What SCT Has Given Me, by Jason Rigsbee

     While many people “find” themselves in the theatre, growing up I avoided anything that required me to perform in front of others.  I was always comfortable speaking in class, playing sports and taking on leadership roles in school and college.  There was something, however, about performing as a character that I found uncomfortable.…
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Field Trips, Yay! by Timothy Reynolds

     The mission of Savannah Children’s Theatre is to inspire, educate and entertain!  One of the best ways that we do this is with our Let’s Put on a Play Field Trip program.  There, students from Chatham County and beyond get the opportunity to rehearse and perform an educational musical, all in just two hours!  At…
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Everybody Wants to be a Cat…Literally! by Carmel Grace Cowart

       “Wow! Forty-eight… FORTY-EIGHT students! Wow!”       That was the thought in the forefront of my mind on the first day of Fall classes.  I teach Creative Dramatics I, which is a 12-week musical theatre program for elementary school students, commonly called CD1.  We are so happy to have this many…
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