Location of the workshop: North Augusta Community Center

495 Brookside Ave, North Augusta, SC 29841

Rebekah Robeson has been performing and directing in community and educational theatre for over fifteen years. Favorite roles include Rona Lisa Peretti in RTC's "The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee," Belle in Aiken Community Theatre's "Beauty and the Beast," Elmire in "Tartuffe," and the Baker's Wife in "Into the Woods." She has been teaching fine arts camps in the Augusta area for ten years. She holds a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Theatre from Augusta University.


Gay Bearden has been teaching music for 40 years throughout the southeast where she has led children’s choirs and middle school chorus programs for camps, churches and schools. She has also been in numerous stage shows. Her favorite is little Buttercup from H.M.S. Pinafore where she met her husband to be who played the Captain. She is owner of Bearden Music Studio where she teaches piano and voice. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Samford University. 

Elle Starzec’s training began at Mrs. Betsy's School of Dance in Franklin, North Carolina. Her training included all types of dance as well as musical theatre. As an advanced dancer she was invited to participate in the studios company where she performed in various locations. Because of this benefit she was able to attend many theatre and dance structured workshops, master classes, and intensives all over the United States. She also found, at an early age, not only did she enjoy dance but the theatre as well. She has performed in many productions and choreographed many as well. She has also been trained in all areas of the theatre from center stage to backstage. A few shows she has choreographed include: “White Christmas;” “Into the Woods;” and “25th annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” Her specialty includes choreography in musical theatre and various types of dance all over Georgia South and North Carolina. She moved to Augusta Georgia in 2011 to attend Augusta University in that same year she began teaching around Augusta as well. As a performance arts director she teaches performance groups, beginner classes to advanced classes. She is also one of the founding teachers of The North Augusta School of Dance. Elle cannot wait to continue sharing her love for dance with others. 

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This is a pre-registration form. Spots are officially reserved after final payment is made. You will be sent a full registration form that must be completed before the workshop begins.

Family rates are applied only to students that reside in the same household.

You will need to fill this form out multiple times for more than one student.

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The North Augusta Cultural Arts Council promotes and preserves all disciplines of the arts in North Augusta through family-friendly events, concerts, scholarships, teacher grants, art shows, and resources for artists. We are a Non-Profit Organization 

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