One of the South's Premiere Theatre Companies

Augusta Junior Players

Creative dramatics is extremely beneficial as it serves to broaden and enrich the lives of young people by sharpening their talents, increasing self-confidence, communication skills, and promoting a sense of cooperation and teamwork. The Augusta Players fosters the artistic and creative development of young people through its active Jr Players (age 6 to 19.)

Through this vibrant and innovative program, children and teenagers are motivated by the desire to have fun in an atmosphere that is both comfortable and stimulating. We always have a fun-filled season planned with a variety of productions promising to appeal to young people of all ages!

Participation is encouraged through open auditions. For more information about how to become involved please call 706-826-4707 or email us at jrplayers@augustaplayers.org


Augusta Jr Players presents Once on This Island Jr.

( Posted: September 18, 2017 )


Augusta Jr. Players Master Classes 2017

( Posted: August 21, 2017 )

Augusta Jr. Players Master Classes

When: October 7, 2017
Location:  St. John UMC 736 Greene Street (use back entrance on Telfair)
Registration: Call 706-826-4707

Kim Bowers-Rheay

Session 1 : Acting skills ages 6-9 | 9:30 a.m. – Noon | Cost: $20
Session 2 : Acting skills ages 10-12 | 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. | Cost:$20

Kim is Resident Teaching Artist for the Alliance Theatre Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists and Georgia Wolf Trap teaching artist. Kim is also a professional singer, actress, and a certified Montessori teacher. She has performed at many theatres around Atlanta including in Candide and Annie Get Your Gun at the Alliance Theatre and numerous Theatre of the Stars productions at the Fox Theatre. National tours include the role of Nimue in Camelot starring Robert Goulet, The Music Man starring Barry Williams, and Hello Dolly starring Madeline Kahn. Previously, Kim was the assistant educational director for the Center for Puppetry Arts and creative arts director and lower elementary teacher for a private Montessori school in Fayetteville, GA. Kim received her bachelor of music degree in vocal performance from the University of Oklahoma and her Montessori certification from the National Center for Montessori Education in Atlanta. 

 

Brian Jordan

Make-up for the Actor | 1:oo p.m. -4:00 p.m.  | Ages 13-18 | Cost $20

Brian Jordan went to Harlem High School, and studied theatre at Columbus State University. He has appeared in several Augusta Players productions as well as the Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Out Front Theatre Company, Serenbe Playhouse, in Atlanta, Ga. and Springer Opera House in Columbus, Ga.   in Atlanta, Ga. He has appeared in The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries. Brian will be conducting a stage make-up workshop for actors ages 13-18. Attendees may bring their own make-up or observe demonstration.