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la-de-da … is aschool for actors of all ages specializing in original, age appropriate materials. We focus on the student as an individual with unique talents, perspectives and interests. la-de-da is a safe, supportive and encouraging place for everyone to have a little time to be “themselves” with a bunch of other people with the same interests.
I personally want to thank you for everything you and Troy did for her. A very smart, very unconventional girl who’s shy doesn’t always have an easy time but you both always made her feel welcome and accepted for who she is. I’m glad I’m writing this because if I was speaking to you directly I would probably cry.
Workshops are year round and young actors can repeat the same schedule through out the year while still learning and improving skills. During the school year, sessions are nine weeks long and focus on skill building. In the summer, sessions are two weeks long and actors work on and perform an original musical with a free show on the last day. Groups are kept small so that participants have a full experience.
Adult actors also have year round classes with some during the word day and some in the evening. Adultregularly puts on free shows.
Acting, singing, improvisation and playwrighting all in a safe, comfortable theatrical environment. We have fun. We encourage. We listen and we inspire because we are inspired by the creative, fun energy of the young people that call la-de-da their second home.
All actors have performance opportunities, as well, with our annual production of “A Musical Christmas Carol”, as well original work-shopped and performed musicals in the summer. Recently, the Adult Acting class premiered “The Other Women” at the Tri-Media Festival. Young playwright Brenna Diesner premiered “The Game”.
I no longer think of “La-De-Da…” as being just three simple words. I want to shout, or sing, them from a mountain top because to me they mean that I can do anything and that the world is my canvas and my thoughts are the paint. (Laura Murphy.)