All of the Other Reindeer:
A Dog’s Tale Holiday Play Class
Written & Directed by Renita James
For Elementary through High School Students
It was such a hit for the last three years, we’re bringing it back! Students begin on day one with auditions to be cast in a role. All students will be cast. The students will rehearse for one month* and will have two performances on December 6. Space is limited, so register now! Students must be able to attend ALL rehearsals and performances to participate.
Mondays & Wednesdays,
November 9–December 5
* No class Wednesday, November 23 in observance of Thanksgiving holiday
**Performances on Tues, Dec 6
There is a one time New Student Registration Fee of $25, if applicable. A discount is available for families with multiple students. Pre-booking guarantees your spot in our class. Enrollment in the class is limited to 15 students.
All class payments are non-refundable.
Contact Director of Education, Jaclyn Hofmann with any questions.
About the Play
When Santa cancels Christmas because of a hurt reindeer, a young dog named Olive is convinced she has what it takes to get Santa’s flight off the ground and save Christmas. Can she do it? Find out by joining us for All of the Other Reindeer: A Dog’s Tale, an original play inspired by the beloved holiday classic Olive, The Other Reindeer by Vivian Walsh and J. Otto Seibold.
Tuesday, December 6 at 6:30pm & 7:30pm
(Show is approximately 35 minutes long)
** Each student receives four complimentary tickets
About the Director
Renita James (Education Coordinator) is a proud member of the graduate class of Appco 2013. It was during that year that she furthered her love of educational theatre while performing in Unnecessary Monsters and teaching several classes and workshops. Upon completion of the apprenticeship she went on to perform at Stone Mountain Park, Stage Door Players, and Peach State Summer Theatre. She spent time performing and teaching in a variety of settings, including an educational tour with the National Theatre for Children and a starring role in FML: How Carson McCullers Saved My Life. Most recently, Renita was a Teaching Artist Fellow with Metro Theater Company in St. Louis. In this fellowship, she taught theatre in residencies and school-based classes, as well as developed and performed in a Theatre for the Very Young piece. Her work focused on using arts integration to address social justice issues and to build community. Renita currently works full-time at Aurora Theatre Company as the Education Coordinator.