Sara Herman hails from Atlanta where she works in film and theatre. A graduate of the prestigious Dell’Arte School in California, she has been trained in a variety of movement and vocal styles and uses that training to inform her craft. A native of Columbus and a Theatre Academy graduate, Sara looks forward to teaching Voice & Movement and directing The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe this summer.
We’re pleased to announce the return of Austin Sargent to our Summer Springer Theatre Academy staff line-up. Austin will once again teach Musical Theatre/Voice and Scene Study for the Middles Program. Austin is recent graduate from Viterbo University with a B.F.A in Music Theatre with a minor in Arts Administration. Austin has taught theatre classes and workshops for youth across the Midwest and the East Coast including La Crosse Community Theatre, Imagination Stage, and Georgia Thespians and has focused much of his training to Theatrical Inclusion for kids on the Autism Spectrum. Austin is also a performer with stage credits like King Arthur (Spamalot), Charlamange (Pippin), and most recently was a puppeteer for an original work entitled Mop Dog which was presented at the Open Eye Figure Theatre in Minneapolis as part of the Whimsical Worlds series.
The Springer is thrilled to welcome back Joshua McCoy. Originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, he is a University of Alabama graduate in Theatre and has most recently appeared in To Kill a Mockingbird at the Springer. At Alabama, Josh was a leader of a hip hop team and used movement and dance in helping create characters and new work. He looks forward to teaching Voice & Movement as well as learning much more about Springer Theatre Academy.
It’s not too late to register for the Summer session of the Springer Theatre Academy! Call us today at (706)324-1100 or register online:http://bit.ly/1TmqTuw
The Springer Theatre Academy is excited to announce that Becca Taubel will be teaching the Improvisation class this summer! Becca completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia and received a Master’s degree from National Louis University. Becca has performed with Second City Theatricals aboard the Norwegian Epic and Breakaway, in The Second City’s Death by Evening, and various improv theaters in Chicago. Her one woman show Special, was a hit at the People’s Improv Theater (NYC), The Public House Theater (Chicago), and CIC (Chicago). Her writing has been featured on the Huffington Post, The RedEye and the Second City Network. She currently performs with the iO Teams, Dogs and Gloria. She is a graduate of the Second City Conservatory and iO Training Center. Find out more at beccataubel.com or follow her on twitter @btaubs.
Joey Goldman grew up in the Springer Theatre Academy program, which has greatly influenced his life. Joey is a current Senior at Pace University in New York City, majoring in acting with a focus on devised theatre. He wrote the play “Love is Love” which was performed last year in Romania at a international theatre festival.
Want to learn more about the Springer Theatre Academy? Give us a call at (706) 324-1100.