Session: Winter 2020
Chapter:  North
Location:  Hillside Christian Church
Time:  6:45pm - 9:00pm
Day:  Monday
Starts:  11/18
Ages:  12-18
Tuition:  $195.00

** Registration ended December 1, 2019 at 11:55pm

Class Description

Good Grief!  Kristen Chenowith has won one Tony Award (so far) and it's not for her role in Wicked.  Are you surprised?  I was too.  It was for her role as the undeniable Sally Brown in the 1999 revival of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown!  This show is full of interesting characters and opportunities to grow in musical theatre as our third  North production-showcase that you will perform together! Age ranges and times will stay exactly the same as our normal class structure but students will be taught different pieces of the puzzle.  Be a part of this unique opportunity to learn character work and how to use comedy to inspire emotion with scene partners.  Grab your blanket, piano or football  and get ready to throw your nose in the air and dance through the winter!


Kayla Sandusky

Kayla believes that being involved in the arts is very important, especially for the young and very young! The arts offer a wide variety of learning, self-expression, and encourages creativity for all at any age. Kayla is currently a student at the University of Kansas working towards her B.A. in Theatre Performance. She is a professional commercial and theatrical actor and can be seen in various commercials around the United States. She is also currently is a member of American Immersion Theatre and travels around the midwest to perform in various shows. She has been teaching theatre in the Lawrence, Ks. and Kansas City, Mo. area for over 5 years now, and is excited to continue teaching her passion. She has been accepted into the KS/MO Kennedy Center Partners in Education training program for the 2019/20 year and is stoked to serve as a resource for K-12 educators throughout the Kansas City-Metro area that want to integrate the arts into their non-arts curriculum.


Kaylee Gallagher

Kaylee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Drama, Television, and Film from Oral Roberts University. Kaylee grew up performing in CYT and Culture House and did a total of 19 shows between the two theater companies. While attending college, Kaylee became the theater director at a local church in Tulsa and was involved with many theater workshops and summer camps. Kaylee has experience teaching and directing summer and holiday kids programs in the Kansas City and Tulsa areas since she was 14 years old. Kaylee’s interesting fact is that she was diagnosed with a brain tumor at 3 years old. When the doctors removed the tumor, she was paralyzed completely on her right side. Three days later God healed her. She spent most of childhood in therapy and in speech to relearn how to walk and talk. Now she just limps but she is so thankful to be walking and using her right side!

Class Location:

900 NE Vivion Road, Kansas City, MO 64118