Actor's Workshop

Pictured are students who took part in an acting camp led by gifted and talented theater teacher Fab Reno. Reno will lead an Actor’s Workshop from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at Phyllis Guy Dance Studio, located at 251 Tate Road in Denham Springs.

For parents who need extra time to shop for the holidays without bringing along the kids, there’s a camp just for you.

Actor’s Workshops for children ages 8-18 will be held in Denham Springs and Baton Rouge this weekend under instructor Fab Reno. 

The first workshop will be from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, at Phyllis Guy Dance Studio, located at 251 Tate Road in Denham Springs.

The second will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 2, at The Terrace’s at Perkins Rowe, located at 10156 Perkins Rowe in Baton Rouge.

The cost for the workshop is $40 per student, and sibling discounts are available. All acting levels are welcome. Since spots are limited, email fabby225@gmail.com to register, pay and save a spot.

During the workshop, students will train under Reno, a Spanish teacher for 15 years in the East Baton Rouge and Livingston parishes who is in her third year as the Walker area’s talented theater director. A former gymnast and gymnastics coach, Reno said she has always had a passion for the performing arts and music.

Reno began teaching the arts when she served as a volunteer choreographer under Connie Courtney, the talented theater director for the Denham Springs area. Since then, she has led other local acting camps and classes in the parish. 

Reno holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Marketing and a Master’s of Arts Degree in Teaching from Southeastern Louisiana University.

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