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Spotlighters Theatre seeks instructors for Young Actors Academy

The Spotlighters Theatre is currently seeking up to three individuals as Instructors for their After-School program. They are seeking individuals who want to work with the following ages and workshop topics: K – 3: Actor’s Tool Box – an intro […]

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Spotlighters Theatre seeks instructors for Young Actors Academy

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The Spotlighters Theatre is currently seeking up to three individuals as Instructors for their After-School program. They are seeking individuals who want to work with the following ages and workshop topics: K – 3: Actor’s Tool Box – an intro […]

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