REgister now for our first Fall season!
This Fall we’re hosting a variety of theatre classes on Zoom…taught by our experienced Artistic Staff, with LGYT Board member online thoughout class as Zoom/Tech support.
Spaces still available in our THEATRE MAKEUP classes, taught by LGYT alum DONNALEE Huddleston..even if you missed first class:
THEATRICAL & MONSTER MAKEUP (ages 11-14)
Saturdays Sept. 19th – Oct. 24th 10-11:30am
SPECIAL EFFECTS & THEATRICAL MAKEUP (High Schoolers)
Saturdays Sept. 19th – Oct. 24th Noon- 1:30pm
MONOLOGUE classes, taught by HEATHER Stokes, starting early October:
intro to MONOLOGUEs (ages 9-13)
Tuesdays Oct. 13th – Nov. 17th 6:45-7:45pm
MONOLOGUEs workshop for High Schoolers
Thursdays Oct. 15th – Nov. 19th 6:45-8:00pm
AUDITION classes, taught by HEATHER Stokes & TRUESTEN Tautolo, starting mid October:
Casting Auditions WOrkshop
For beginners (age 10+)
Saturdays Oct. 10th – Nov. 21st Noon-1:30pm
CASTING AUDITIONS master class w/casting director steve Maihack
For those with experience at many auditions (minimum age 10)
Saturdays Oct. 10th – Nov. 21st 10am-11:30am
Our New Artistic Director…
Heather Stokes has been our Encore Director for 9 years and we’re pleased to announce her as LGYT’s new Artistic Director. Heather has a background in classical voice at UOP conservatory and a Musical Theater Performance Degree from the American Musical & Dramatic Academy. Her professional experience includes the original Broadway cast of “Grease” (several national tours), commercials and television credits. Heather returned to the Bay Area (after 10 years of working in NYC) in 1998 and worked as a resident director for CMT for many years. She is a Bay Area native and has worked with a variety of companies, schools, and organizations, including the Fisher Middle School musical production since 2001. Heather is planning all our upcoming programs and we look forward to announcing details on those in the coming weeks!
August 23rd Peloton-a-thon results…
Our Board president Stephen Slater & former Board member Yvonne Linney biked a combined total of 211 miles this past Sunday, raising donations totaling over $10,700 for LGYT! Woohoo, Stephen and Yvonne! THANK YOU!!!
LGYT was shocked and saddened to be informed Sept. 3rd of the arrest and charges filed against Brian Houg, our former Artistic Director. Mr. Houg resigned from his role with LGYT and has not had any involvement with the organization since June 5th when we first became aware of the allegations. We encourage anyone with information related to this case to contact the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office at (408) 808-4500. Alternatively, you can contact the Sheriff’s Office Investigative Services anonymous tip line at (408) 808-4431. First and foremost we are concerned about the wellbeing of our youth and their families and wish for healing for any who have been impacted by this news.