It’s never too early to act, sing, and dance! Young children love to hear and tell stories. Musical theater is the ultimate form of storytelling, as it uses words, song, and movement to convey narrative.
In this joyful, fun, and instructive class, children learn how to access their natural affiinity for song, creative movement, and story.
In addition to learning stage technique, young performers will build confidence and communication skills.
AGES: 4 – 6
DATES: Mondays February 7 – May 16 (No class February 21)
TIME: 4:00pm – 5:00pm
MEET THE INSTRUCTOR
LISA HYMAN has a long list of professional credits including Syracuse Stage’s production of Pygmalian, and Improv with Freestyle Repertory Company, The Dead Comics Society, Snazz and Guffaw, Sunday Night Improv Jam, Felix Culpa and others NYC based groups, including Bette Midler’s Annual Hulaween Charity Gala. She performed Stand-Up Comedy at Caroline’s, Stand Up NY, Gotham Comedy Club, and various venues around the Tri State Area.
As a singer, she toured with trio The Angeltones. She performed her set as an opening act for several off Broadway shows and charity events.
Lisa has written and performed industrials for national brand clients and trade shows all over the country.
She received her BFA from Syracuse University Summa Cum Laude in Acting with a dual minor in Psychology and Communications. She also completed a two year program with The William Esper Studio under Barbara Marchant.
In addition to teaching with Elefante, she is the Director and Producer of Temple Emanu El of Edison and St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Metuchen’s Youth Theater Program.
Lisa loves nothing more than sharing the joy of theater with kids of all ages.