Footloose Theater Programs
Director: Liam Pickett
Acting Class at
the Albany Barn
Classes will consist of theater games, improvisation work, acting skills, acting craft strategies, scene studies, and rehearsals for the production which will be performed in March.
Classes will begin the week of Jan. 8th (no class during February Break)
Dress/Tech Rehearsals will be 3/19 and 3/21 (4:30-7:30)
Performances: 3/22 at 7pm and 3/23 at 2pm
The Production Staff
Director & Producer
Assistant Director/Stage Manager
Aram Taleporos, Lighting Designer
Jacob Pickett, Office Assistant
Sonija Febrey, Prop Designer
Sally Floyd, Box Office Manager
Susan Turner, Production Assistant
Liam has over eight years of experience working with kids and teenagers in theater. Throughout college and in professional quality community/regional theaters he has been directing, acting, stage managing, producing, working sound and microphones, installing lights, building sets, and designing props. And during all of this he has been teaching it to kids as well and building connections to professionals on and off Broadway.
Liam went to Marist College studying Biochemistry, Adolescent Education, and Theatre. Liam currently works at Amsterdam High School as a Chemistry teacher. I am very active with Home Made Theater, the premier regional theater organization in Saratoga Springs as well as other theater groups in the Capital Region (Harbinger Theater, Family Players, and Circle Theatre Players at Sand Lake Center for the Arts).
Little Shop of Horrors
You're A Good Man Charlie Brown
My mission is to help kids and teenagers to discover their passions, build confidence, create social bonds, provide hope, and provide an escape from their everyday lives through performance. Life can be hard, especially today, and kids are sometimes the most vulnerable to it all. Theatre and performance can help them find creative outlets for the stress that the other aspects of life often induce.