Yes! And... Collaborative Arts Studio
Discover your own creative voice and the power of imagination as you explore the possibilities of creating through collaboration and refine your skills in an affirming, non-competitive space. Of course, you will also be having so much fun, you won't remember you're learning!
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Yes! And... Choir
Tuesdays, 4:45pm-5:45pm - $144
Creatures of the Deep
Wednesdays, 5:00pm-6:00pm - $144
Scenes from Real Life
Thursdays, 4:45pm-5:45pm - $144
Kathleen Gaynor is a theatre educator, actor and director in the Philadelphia area. She was our acting teacher for the summer and we are so excited to have her back with us, when she's not at her day job as Theatre Teacher at Marianna Bracetti Academy.
Natalie Cisternas Hann is an actor, singer, choreographer, and director who lives in the Germantown section of Philadelphia. Originally from New Jersey, she holds a bachelor's degree in musical theatre and has been an artist-teacher with Yes! And... Collaborative Arts for 6 years.
Steve Chandler is a visual artist with experience in digital as well as mixed-medium construction. He has been with Yes! And... for over 11 years in various capacities.
Kevin Monaghan is an actor, musician, singer and playwright who lives outside of the city in Drexel Hill. He holds a bachelor's degree in music composition and has been an artist-teacher with Yes! And... Collaborative Arts for 6 years.
Kaylee Goodwin is an actor, dancer, and choreographer who dances with the MM2 modern dance company in Philadelphia. She was most recently seen on stage with our Winter Sort of Thing and she hails from Maine.
Michael Brix is an actor, director and acting teacher in the Philadelphia area. He founded Yes! And...'s SHADOW Company and taught theatre at Eastern University.
Jess Conda is a Philadelphia based actor, cabaret performer and teaching artist. This season, Jess became Artistic Director of Brat Productions was recently was named "Best Star Power" by Philadelphia Magazine.