Summer Workshops with Little Boy Productions
Little Boy Productions continues its tradition to develop performers here in Cebu with its summer workshops to be held on April 22 at the Robinsons Galleria Cebu. Kids as young as 4 years old, as well as teens and young adults, are encouraged to join.
The musical theater workshops will be taught by Reb Atadero, who has performed for Repertory Philippines (The Graduate), Trumpets (The Boy and his Horse), Nineworks Theatrical (Grease), and Resorts World Manila (Annie). He also appeared in the musical television series, “The Boston – Kitchen Musical,” shot in Singapore and aired all over Asia. He has also taught numerous workshops in Manila and has directed shows and musicals for One Night Stand and Ateneo Blue Repertory.
“This is a great opportunity to experience a quality, professional theater workshop without having to go to Manila,” says Hendri Go of Little Boy Productions. “We’re glad Reb agreed to teach the workshops here.”
Other classes offered are Creative Writing and Poetry with Therese Villarante, Group Voice Lessons with JJ Ang, and Public Speaking & Hosting with Chappy Piramide.
For more information about the upcoming summer workshops with the Little Boy Productions, please call (032) 254 9320 or 0942 534 2529 or visit Little Boy Productions at Exams Advantage, 3rd Floor Manros Plaza, across Fooda, at Mango Avenue, Cebu City. You may also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message Little Boy Productions on Facebook.
About Little Boy Productions
Little Boy Productions is a Cebu-based theater production company established in 2001. Their production works include New Yorker in Tondo, Progress, Tuesdays with Morrie, and Disney’s High School Musical. Notable events under the Little Boy Productions are Lea Salonga with Filharmonika concert in Iloilo, Hong Kong Disneyland auditions in Cebu, and summer workshops on theater and creative writing in Cebu.
Recording productions include Kadangyan self-titled debut album, Menchu Lauchengco-Yulo sings Jason Robert Brown and Binisaya Rochelle Vega.