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Youth Theater Ensemble

NECS Theatre program is a commitment to developing artistic skills and moral leadership through the magic of theatre.  Participants will be empowered through the class to create and make artistic decisions.  They will be engaged in all aspects of the play and will work collaboratively from start to finish.

Cast members meet from March to June on Saturdays, and the program will culminate in a performance as part of the Juneteenth celebration.

  • Appropriate for: 5th to 12th Grade
  • Dates: March 30 - June 15, 2024 (Saturdays)
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Tier 1 - Full Tuition
$200 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 12
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Tier 2 - Hardship
$100 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 12

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Tier 3 - Extreme Hardship
$50 [tuition] + $25 [non-refundable registration fee]
Available Tickets: 12

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Date

Apr 20 2024

Time

Weekly on Mondays
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

$50 - $200

Age/Grade

05th Grade,
06th Grade,
07th Grade,
08th Grade,
09th Grade,
10th Grade,
11th Grade,
12th Grade

Location

United Methodist Church of Peekskill
1040 Main Street
Website
https://umcpeekskill.com/
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Instructor

  • Leslie Fields-Cruz
    Leslie Fields-Cruz
    Artistic Director

    Leslie Fields-Cruz is the Executive Director of the Black Public Media (BPM), and produces the PBS series AfroPOP: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange.
    Searching for an opportunity to share her love of theater with her children, Leslie Fields-Cruz joined the staff of Peekskill’s Children’s theatre company in 2009 with her own kids in tow. Since then, every fall season Leslie eagerly looks forward to creating the magic that is theater with the CTC community. Leslie served as the Artistic Director of City Lights Youth Theater in NYC from 1998-2000, and spent several years prior to that as an actor performing on stages in New York and Los Angeles.

    When she is not playmaking at CTC, Leslie spends her time funding and distributing documentary films that explore the cultures of African Americans and people of the African Diaspora. Leslie lives in Cortlandt Manor with her musician husband Gerry Cruz, and their three daughters, Maya, Sumara, and Cierra.

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