PS 108 AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM
Join us for the Shakespeare Club!
Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45 pm
We will play games, read some Shakespeare and learn about acting. Jump in and have some fun!
Meet your teachers!
Kelsie Jepsen is thrilled to teach with The Shakespeare Forum. Her love for acting and Shakespeare began in the 6h grade when she performed her first play as Caliban in The Tempest. Her passion for teaching was ignited in 2007 when she started teaching with the Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis. Kelsie is committed to working with under-served communities and children. Her mission is to pass on her love for theater while cultivating community and helping children develop social skills and build self-esteem and confidence.
Kelsie is a proud member of Actors' Equity. Select credits include: Henry V (The Shakespeare Forum); Julius Caesar (Pioneer Theatre Company); In a TIlted Place (Troy Deutsch), Undone (directed by Claybourne Elder), The Magic Mrs. Piggle Wiggle, Seussical, Tale of a West Texas Marsupial Girl (world premier Lisa D'Amour), Antigone, The Big Friendly Giant (The Children's Theatre Company); Sam I Was, Saturday's Voyeur ('09, '11, '12 Salt Lake Acting Company). Kelsie holds a BFA from the University of Utah Actor Training Program.
Kristopher Dean is a resident of Astoria, Queens and a founding partner of Hit the Lights! Theater Company whose motto is "Less Talk, More Rock." Originally from Lansdale, PA he attended the University of Cincinnati's CCM which makes him a Bearcat. When he is not creating immersive shadow theatre you can most likely find him in the kitchen working on his next culinary masterpiece or learning about maritime history. Check out HitTheLights.org to see some of the awesome work of Hit the Lights!
Check out PS108 student, Tycent, performing Prospero from The Tempest!