Stagecrafters Youth Theatre Programs/Activities
Stagecrafters Youth Theatre offers afterschool and Saturday classes (in the fall and winter) and private coaching and community production opportunities throughout the year. Students must be enrolled in a Stagecrafters class in order to participate in community productions. Click on the link below for the most current Stagecrafter programs. For more information, contact Wendy Scott-Koeth at 216-831-8601 ext. 5102 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spring/Summer & Camp Online registration begins March 7 for residents and March 9 for Non-residents
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Stagecrafters Youth Theatre Program Staff
Wendy Scott-Koeth has been the Coordinator for Stagecrafters Youth Theatre for over 20 years. She has also directed and produced nearly 100 productions. Wendy enjoys her work and takes pride working with young people and fostering self confidence through the discipline of theatre. She has appeared at local theatres including: Chagrin Valley Little Theatre, Cassidy Theatre, The Halle, Mercury Summer Stock and Cain Park.
Toni Cervino has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University and has performed off-Broadway and around the country. Toni also coaches private acting lessons through Stagecrafters and co-founded The Cabaret Troupe in 1994.
Claire Connelly is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. She recently received her Masters Degree in vocal performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Ms. Connelly has participated in numerous operas, operettas, and musical theatre performances around the country.
Wendy Erholm has been involved in the theatre both on and off-stage most of her life as a choreographer, costumer and set designer.
Amy Jackson holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance and a Masteres of Music in Opera Performance.
Abby Lausin has worked with Stagecrafters for the past six years as the choreographer for the Community Production, Teen Academy, and Junior Troupe. Abby recently received her Masters Degree in Education and will be teaching 2nd grade at the Agnon School in the fall.
Maggie Wise has a Bachelor's degree of Fine Arts in musical theatre from the University of Wisconsin. She has performed and taught professionally in NYC, Colorado and Wisconsin. Maggie has performed in numerous theatres across the nation and currently teaches acting and directs at Lakeland Community College.