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Horses, Snails, & Fairy Tales

Horses, Snails, & Fairy Tales

  • Ages 6-8 • M-F, July 29-August 2 • 8:30am-3:00pm • Instructor: Kat Redniss & Lauren Genta • $350

  • Held at the Renaissance School at Shelburne Farms

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  • Limit: 15

Why do pigs have curly tales while snakes have smooth scales? How do rabbits hop and unicorns gallop? Kids bring stories about animals and fantastical creatures to life on the incredibly beautiful grounds of Shelburne Farms. We frolic with farm animals and explore the fields and forests using a fun-tastic blend of drama and storytelling. Campers share creative artwork and newfound drama skills in a performance for family and friends on Friday.

FlynnArts Faculty

KAT REDNISS is the Student Matinee Manager and Accessibility Coordinator for the Flynn Center, where she dedicates her days to breaking down barriers to access for performances and programs, focusing primarily on access for individuals on the autism spectrum. Prior to the Flynn, Kat worked with youth in public libraries and taught at alternative schools serving students on the spectrum and students with severe intellectual, emotional, behavioral, and psychological needs. She has her Masters in Teaching Educational Theater and English and Library and Information Science.

LAUREN GENTA is the School Programs Coordinator at the Flynn Center, where she administers in-school residencies, professional development for educators, and teaching artist engagements for the Flynn’s nationally recognized arts integration programs. As an administrator and teaching artist, Lauren has previously worked with Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Emerald City Theatre Company, and McCarter Theater Center. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The Theatre School at DePaul University, with concentrations in Theater for Young Audiences and Non-Profit Theater Management.

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