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First Stage Theater Academy’s Young Company presents "An Evening Of Young Company Shorts"

April 30, 2011

First Stage Theater Academy’s Young Company presents AN EVENING OF YOUNG COMPANY SHORTS on Friday, May 6 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, May 7 at 3:30 and 7 p.m. at the Milwaukee Youth Arts Center, 325 W. Walnut St. in Milwaukee. Directed by Todd Denning, the Young Company’s spring show will feature Tom Stoppard’s FIFTEEN MINUTE HAMLET, selections from David Ives’ ALL IN THE TIMING, and more!

Language is a powerful tool, and the First Stage Young Company spends their entire year immersed in it. For their spring production, members of the Young Company will showcase the power of language through performing short plays, scenes from Shakespeare, musical numbers and much more in this one-of-a-kind performance.

First Stage Young Company members who will be performing include Allie Babich of Hartland; Kyle Conner and Kieran Kane of Wauwatosa; Emily Daly, Martha Danks, Kira Gaudynski, Gretchen Mahkom, Hannah McLean and Eric Schabla of Milwaukee; Caroline Fossum of Grafton; John Giesige of Greendale; Garrett Hanson of Bayside; Arianna Imperl of Oconomowoc; Emmie Mandel of Mequon; Abbi Minessale and Rachel Schmeling of Brookfield; Ashley Patin of Muskego; and Laura Troshynski of Whitefish Bay.

The Young Company is First Stage Theater Academy’s advanced, pre-professional training program for students ages 15 and older. Students receive advanced actor training in the form of coursework, master classes and performance in Young Company productions and New Play Workshops.

For more information on An Evening of Young Company Shorts, the First Stage Theater Academy, the Young Company or other programs of First Stage Children’s Theater, call 414.267.2970, email info@firststage.org or visit www.FirstStage.org.

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