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Youth Theatre Workshop Series
August 2 - 6, 2004

Theatre Performance Week


   To recognize and encourage young talent, BCT is offering a Youth Theatre Workshop Series for students ages 12 to 18. Offered in one weeklong session, these workshops consist of daily instruction from theatre professionals.

   Designed to teach the basics of theatre, students will develop their craft in a “hands on” environment where they can, with confidence, explore newfound talents and abilities.

   The week offers four days of workshops and a performance day. Daily sessions are held from 9:30 to Noon and 12:30 to 3:00 with a half hour lunch break. A day will include a workshop on a specific topic and a rehearsal period to prepare for performance. Students must bring a bagged lunch and beverage. Refrigeration is provided.

   Registration fee for the week is $75.  Space is limited so sign up early. Deadline for registration is July 10, 2004.

   A medical form and waiver must be completed prior to the first day of attendance. These forms will be mailed to you upon acceptance of your application. You will not be able to participate without them.

REGISTER EARLY! Workshop will be on a first-come first-serve basis. (You can view a registration form on a page with plain background by clicking HERE.)

For more information or to request a Registration Form, call Susan Robert at (937) 833-9250 or send EMAIL

The Theatre Professionals...


Susan Robert has a B.A. in theatre from Baldwin-Wallace College and is the Drama Director for Brookville High School. Susan has served on   the Board of Directors at Brookville Community Theatre for several years.

Sherri Sutter has been teaching singing in the Wright State University Theatre Arts Department since 1995.  She also directs children and youth choirs, and has performed professionally in summer stock, the Dayton Opera, and The Human Race Theatre Company. Sherri is currently on the Board of Directors at Brookville Community Theatre.


Kay Bosse is a member of Actor’s Equity and resident artist with the Human Race Theatre Co. since 1990.  Credits with the company include Quilters, Perestroika, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Elephant Man, A Little Night Music and most recently, The Spitfire Grill. She is a theatre instructor and director for the University of Dayton and Sinclair Community College. For the past ten years, Kay has worked closely with Muse Machine, developing and conducting programs for a variety of custom programs.

Scott Stoney wears many different hats in the theatre. As an actor, roles include Sweeney Todd, Roy Cohn, Prospero, Salieri, and Dr. Frank N. Furter. Scott also directs, most regularly with the Human Race Theatre Co. where he is a founding member and serves as Outreach Associate. He directed last season’s The Spitfire Grill and also Arsenic and Old Lace for Sinclair Community College where he taught theatre arts for many years as their first artist-in -residence. He is pleased to be working with talented area teens on a staged reading of the new musical, 24 Hours.

Bruce Cromer is a professional stage actor, with nearly 25 years of experience in American regional theatre. He acted, directed, and/or choreographed stage fights for the Cincinnati Playhouse, St. Louis Repertory, and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, to name a few. Favorite roles include Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo, and the one-person show Underneath the Lintel.  Bruce is a certified teacher/fight director with the Society of American Fight Directors, an associate professor of Acting and movement with Wright State University and a resident artist with the Human Race Theatre Company.

Joe Deer has directed over 75 plays and musicals off-Broadway, in regional, summer stock, college and university theatres. As a performer, Joe appeared on Broadway in Anything Goes, at New York City Opera in Brigadoon and The Music Man and with The American Dance Machine. He has appeared in several national tours and off-Broadway productions and performed in venues with Donald O’Connor, Cyd Charrise, Leslie Uggams, Gwen Verdon and many others.  He holds an MFA in directing from Carnegie Mellon University and is former artistic director of Struthers Library Theatre and NYC Tapworks. He is currently at Wright State University where he heads the Musical Theatre Training Program.

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