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We hope for a world that is fair and filled with love.
A world where we celebrate what makes us different.
A world where we continue to learn and grow in all ways.
Fendig values individuals coming together and recognizing that #blacklivesmatter.
Join us in watching these resources to #learntolisten:
Watch the entire CNN/Sesame Street Racism Town Hall.
Good for ALL ages!
Today's episode is all about design. We want you to design your dream room and show it to us! Use the hashtag #FTEdreamroom and show us your design or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blake states, "In order to keep everyone safe, Fendig has decided to not have a full live production summer. We have gone entirely virtual with the Fendig Theatre Experience".
It is a series of YouTube videos that young artists can learn about theatre and create a final performance at the end. More information on the season can be found under our 2020 season tab on the website.
Fendig Theatre for Children is pleased to introduce our 2020 season, the Fendig Theatre Experience. Our staff is creating exciting episodes for everyone to learn about theatre performance and production. We are inviting all to take part in our season, and encourage you to join our Core Ensemble for exclusive opportunities at no cost. The Core Ensemble will receive personalized feedback from our staff and are guaranteed to appear in our final performance. We look forward to creating with you!
Rachel just graduated from Ohio Northern University with a degree in International Theatre Production and focus in Stage Management. At ONU, she has worked on many productions including, Young Frankenstein, Romeo and Juliet, Carrie: The Musical, and Sweet Charity. Rachel is looking forward to having a fun summer connecting with the community virtually.
Fendig Summer Theater is a non-profit organization 501 (c)(3) for the advancement of theatre development in children.