2017 Workshops

We are very excited to be offering a variety of artistic workshops in early 2017!
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And check back often! You never know what kind of workshops will pop-up during the year!


Beginning Voice Overs for Kids – April 1 (1-4pm) – $45 – ages 8-16
taught by Zach Roe
In this session, we will explore what all is involved with becoming a voice over artist. This includes: proper mic techniques, how to look at copy, how to create a character, and more! We will also take turns practicing and recording a commercial and character spot. Each participant will get a copy of their recordings emailed to them after the session!

Workshop Instructor Bios:

Zach Roe graduated from Catawba College with a B.F.A. in Musical Theatre. After moving to Atlanta, he put his theatre background and experience into use becoming a character actor and voice over talent. Zach has professionally recorded multiple audiobooks including The Pretenders series, The Forgotten Worlds Series, and Here Lies Linc. He has also performed with multiple theatre companies around Atlanta. Some of his favorite roles have been Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, Edna in Hairspray, Jekyll/Hyde in Jekyll and Hyde, and B-Flat in Second Samuel. Currently, you can listen to him and his co-host Ethan Everett in The Interstellar Nerd Pod on Itunes. Click here to check out his webpage.

Kristin Storla is an Atlanta based actor, choreographer, and teaching artist. After receiving a BFA in Theatre Performance from Columbus State University, Kristin moved onto the apprentice program with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company. She has been fighting 8+ years, trained and certified through the Society of American Fight Directors. Kristin has taught ages 6+ combat all over the state of Georgia with a handful of choreography credits under her belt.

Jessica It’s All Good Williams is one of the most positive comedians on the rise.  With a goal to make as many people laugh as she can, she is working to bring some serious entertainment and joy to the world.  From selling out shows in Georgia, to performing throughout the country, she is considered to be what we need in entertainment today. Being described often as a “breath of fresh air”, she brings a fun twist to her comedy with stories from her life full of crazy jobs, bad dating history, and a slightly warped perspective, as well as advice for the general public. Most of her fans are usually thrown off in the beginning with the fact they have laughed through entire shows, then realized at the end that it was all clean.  Although she will push the envelope from time to time, you can still enjoy the show regardless of who you’re watching her with.  She can talk for hours and still have some leftovers.  Remember, she is the next big thing in Afros and Red bows! So world, meet: JESSICA IT’S ALL GOOD WILLIAMS!