Children and adults are invited to participate in the library’s first summer drama club. Novice and experienced actors will meet two hours every Tuesday beginning June 18. Participants will refine their acting skills through regular rehearsals, culminating in a performance for the public on August 6.
The club’s leader, Kristin Godak, brings years of experience in the performing arts. She performed in college as a member of the Michigan State University Repertory Dance Company, and as an actress in various plays and musicals. She also worked on set, light, and costume crews while pursuing a degree in Theatre. She graduated from Michigan State in 1995, after which she became a director and choreographer for high schools and middle schools. Kristin currently teaches English at Belgrade High School, where she coaches competitive Speech and Drama. This year, the drama team won the Class A State Championship.
When: Tuesdays, June 18 – August 6, 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Who: Children (second grade +) through adult—parent/child teams are especially encouraged to sign up!
Attendance at rehearsals is required.
Please visit the library’s front desk to register for this free program.