Who teaches the classes?
Courtenay Harrington-Bailey-Founding Director/Lead Teacher-Courtenay is a transplant from New York City where she worked as a professional actress for many years. A member of Actor's Equity Association, she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Theatre Arts and has performed professionally for audiences across the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Most recently (February 2012) she co-wrote and performed the play "Death-it Happens" as part of the NYC Frigid Festival which won the audience choice award. A Mother of two, Courtenay has enjoyed teaching kids of all ages since arriving on Cape Cod in 2005. In addition to teaching Dramafun, Courtenay is on the faculty of The Bridgeview Montessori School in Sagamore teaching music, movement, and drama . She can also be found teaching the popular music and movement program "Music Together" at various locations on Cape Cod.
Meghan Andrews-Resident Choreographer-Meghan grew up on Nantucket, Massachusetts and began her dance training with Giovanna LaPaglia. At age 16 she went to the Nutmeg Ballet in Torrington, Ct. She danced professionally with Milwaukee Ballet, Ballet Quad Cities, and Northern Ballet Theater. She has guest taught with the Academy of Performing Arts in Orleans and Metrowest Ballet.
Cathy Lemay-Creative Drama III teacher-(Winter session on Wednesdays) Cathy, a native of New York City, has been a teacher at the Wing School in Sandwich for 25 years. She has a Masters Degree in Education with a a focus on Creative Arts in Learning. Cathy is a Board member with the Falmouth Theatre Guild where she can regularly be seen on stage, back stage, working concessions, or selling tickets at the box office. She also helps direct the Wing School Drama Club. Cathy lives in Falmouth with her husband and two musical children, Molly a freshman at Adelphi University in NY, and Chris a junior jazz and chamber musician at Falmouth High School.
Where are classes held?
Dramafun! classes are currently held at 6A Studios which is located at 24 Route 6A in Sandwich, Massachusetts. Our studio is a large, bright, open space that lends itself well to the active nature of our classes. On the "sharing" days for our youngest performers we transform the space to look more like a theatre. Our older students who are enrolled in performance troupes perform at a variety of local theaters.