Storytime with Miss Janet Storytime with Miss Janet

Storytime with Miss Janet  | 

May 16 — June 6

A four-week class for children ages 7–10 engaging the imagination and channeling creativity through theater play. Children will be introduced to character development through movement, improvisation and games, with engagement through the creation of their own characters while discovering their own unique voice. All with a class goal of sparking imagination, building confidence and amplifying the joy of self-expression through storytelling.

4-week Virtual Class for ages 7–10

30–45 minutes every Saturday at 11:00 AM

May 16–Jun 6

Members: $39
Non-Members $49

A four-week class for children ages 7–10 engaging the imagination and channeling creativity through theater play. Children will be introduced to character development through movement, improvisation and games, with engagement through the creation of their own characters while discovering their own unique voice. All with a class goal of sparking imagination, building confidence and amplifying the joy of self-expression through storytelling.

About Miss Janet

Award-winning actress, athlete and educator Janet Fontaine boasts an extensive background through not only her acclaimed stage work, but also with her innovative and creative work educating children and young adults. Following her touring as one of the youngest athletes to ever perform with the Ice Capades, she leveraged her experience and began teaching the sport of ice skating to a wide range of students, from beginners to seasoned competitors with Olympic dreams. On the theatrical side, Fontaine has been working with children onstage and in the classroom for decades, with a unique combination of theater games, improv, storytelling and acting. Fontaine previously served as middle school Dance Instructor/Choreographer at the Wesley School, while also assistant directing in Drama. As Assistant to Kevin Bailey of MB Artists, Fontaine was a frequently seen face by Playhouse crowds during the run of God Looked Away. She currently works as Drama Instructor with the Discovery Onstage Summer Performing Arts Camp in Los Angeles while continuing in her position as Christian Service Coordinator at Providence High School. Fontaine is passionate about sharing her love and enthusiasm for the performing arts, while instilling in children a zeal and drive to create.