Path of Instruction

Newsletter Monday August 23, 2021, 11:04am - by seantaylor


In-Person Classes
Elana Fishbein

Teen Improv Ensemble (14-18)

Saturday (9/18) @2:30pm


Improv for Teens Ages 12-17

Saturday (9/25) @12pm

Adam Wade

In-Person Storytelling

Sunday (9/12) @12pm

Online (Virtual) Classes
Megan Gray

Improv Level One (online)

Thursdays (8/23) @8pm ET

Ross Taylor

Improv Level Two (online)

Thursdays (9/2) @7pm ET

Louis Kornfeld

Improv Level Three (online)

Tuesdays (8/31) @6pm ET

Armando Diaz

Sketch Writing Level One (online)

Thursdays (8/24) @7pm ET

Lanee' Sanders

Sketch Writing Level Two (online)

Tuesdays (10/5) @7pm ET

Dahlia Ramsay

Express Genius (online)

Tuesdays (9/21) @8pm ET

Rachael Mason

The Initiation (online)

Thursday (9/23) @6:30pm ET

Amanda Xeller

Character and Premise Sketch (online)

Thursdays (9/23) @7pm ET

And visit our Electives page often to see new offerings regurlarly
In-Person Shows this Weekend
FRIDAY (8/27)

The Little Big Show
@7pm | Purchase Tix


The Friday Night Sh*w
@8:30pm | Purchase Tix


@7:30pm | Purchase Tix

SUNDAY (8/29)

You Are Not Alone
@7pm | Purchase Tix

Remember Me?

Magnet visits with people we haven't seen in awhile.

Performer Cheryl Horne
Magnet Theater
1. Where are you sheltering?

I live in Suffolk County, Long Island.

2. How are you staying sane?

One way I have managed to stay sane is listening to audiobooks. I really enjoy taking long drives and getting lost in a good story. Sometimes I'll "miss" my turn just to finish a chapter or two.

3. What do you miss most?

IMPROV! I miss it so much! Watching shows at the theater and performing brings me so much joy, but being connected to a community of creative people is so important. I truly missed it and I am glad we're back!

4. What don't you miss?

I am one who tends to stretch myself way too thin - overbooking my schedule and running around from place to place; I don't miss that. This season of life has given me the freedom to release the things that no longer serve me and taught me the importance of rest and self care.

5. What do you want to say to the other members of the Magnet community?

I want to thank the entire community for their resilience. Many of the arts didn't make it through this crazy year. We powered though and found new ways to play (virtually), then came back safe and strong this summer! I am grateful for this community.