§ No cell phones or other electronic devices. If brought to class, students will be asked to turn them off upon arrival.
§ Each student should bring a 3 ring binder, pencil, and water bottle to class.
§ Wear modest clothing (no exposed stomachs, low cut tops, short shorts or sagging pants). Come dressed comfortably in layers (a jacket that can be removed). No flip flops, dress shoes, flimsy sandals with no strap, or skirts/dresses without leggings. Tennis shoes, canvas shoes, and jazz shoes are acceptable. Students may be asked to remove shoes for particular exercises.
§ Students will be given a short break midway through the class if needed.
§ Parental attendance at classes is discouraged. If you would like to observe a class, please call or email.
§ No refunds will be given for missed classes with the exception of advanced notice. This notice must be given before or at the time of monthly payment, and the cost of that class will be subtracted from the total due for the month.
§ If a class is cancelled by the teacher, credit will be issued and apply toward the next payment due. A refund will only be issued in the event that credit cannot be applied (i.e. no more classes left).
Interested in additional classes such as music for homeschoolers, mime, or preschool creative movement?
Interested in drama on another day at another venue or for another age group?
Interested in a Kids Theatre program?
Also available: Private voice, piano, mime, drama, or brass instrument lessonsPlease contact: Angie Settlemire (724) 967-2723 firstname.lastname@example.org
About the teacher…
Angie Settlemire is a mime who sings and tells stories! As a member of CHARAKTER Ministry of the Arts mime troupe in Tulsa, OK, she trained under mime artist Wesley Brainard for one year. In 2002, she received a Bachelor of Music in Music Education from Grove City College. After a year of teaching music full time in the public school system, she pursued three years of training in mime, dance, and drama at Mimeistry International in Pasadena, CA. During her final year, she mentored under story teller and published author, Melea Brock.
In 2006, Angie co-founded Tri-flections, an Imaginative Arts Organization, which performed and toured through 2008. During that time she also assisted with the choreography and direction of the mimodrame, Alice in Wonderland at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Over the last 15 years Angie has traveled throughout the United States and parts of Europe, teaching and performing.
In 2009, Angie moved to East Hartford, CT, where she performed in the premiere of Lights Up Productions’ new musical, Lost in Vegas. During her stay in CT she offered classes and workshops in the Hartford area through various organizations, including Performing Arts Programs, Inc., Music Makers Academy, and The Hartt School of Music Community Division at the University of Hartford. In the summer of 2012, Angie returned to CT to serve for the third year as assistant director and mime teacher for the Teen Musical Theater Intensive at the University of Hartford.
Last December she performed in the Barrow Civic Theatre’s production of Miracle on 34th Street in Franklin, PA. Most recently, she taught Kids Theatre for the Grove City Arts Summer Camp and drama classes at the Alle-Kiski Music Day camp in New Kensington. You may also have seen her perform as a mime at Strawberry Days and the Grove City Art Walk. She is currently located in Grove City, PA, where she substitute teaches for Slippery Rock, Grove City, and Mercer school districts, in addition to teaching her own classes and lessons. Angie recently sang as a featured soloist in The Messiah at the Barrow Civic Theatre in Franklin, PA.
Angie Settlemire, Performing Arts Specialist