Muskegon Community College theatre program makes a ‘Splash’

MUSKEGON –– “Splash,” the 20th-anniversary production of Muskegon Community College’s annual “Studio on Stage” show, will be 7:30 p.m. April 26.
The performance in Overbrook Theater on the MCC campus, 221 S. Quarterline, will feature theatre students of MCC instructors Sheila Wahamaki and Tom Harryman.
“Studio on Stage XX” will also include what Wahamaki describes as “a surprise guest appearance you will want to see.”
Admission is free.
“Studio On Stage” gives MCC performing arts students in theater courses the opportunity to bring their work from the classroom to the stage.
Students have experienced improvisation techniques, verbal and nonverbal communication, self-expression through body, voice, and collaboration techniques.
Wahamaki’s Acting II class has focused on duo scenes (featuring two performers) from such plays as “Almost Maine,” “Butterflies Are Free,” “It’s Not You It’s Me,” “Misadventure” and Sparks in the Park.” Students are Lynsie Brandenburg, Noah Cross, Deshay Holmes, Richard Inbody, Tyler Lee, Alexx Lohman, Aubree Mitchell, Omega Osband, Jennifer Pelham and Kristian Wachter.
The Improvisation for Actors course, which is taught by Harryman, will include a variety of interactive games and performances. Students are Alexis Andersen, Robin Carpenter, Cole Halterman, Nicholas Horrisberger, Isaac Hunter, Neil Kuharevicz, Brandon Lemieux, Omega Osband, Ashley Poling, Joshua Powles, Madisen Schuppe, Kelly Stone, Tammy Tolar, Molly Veenstra and Brody Yarian.
For more information, call (231) 777-0324.



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