Wayside’s stage opens opportunities to kids

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Posted: February 9, 2013

The Winchester Star

Colton Foltz (from left), Jayden Berman and Jordyn Hansbrough rehearse with Wayside Theatre education director Molly MacLagan. Hundreds of children have taken acting classes and performed at the Middletown theater. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Thomasin Savaiano, founder of Wayside Theatre’s Young Performers Workshop, appears in “Wait until Dark” with one of her proteges, Natalie Youngblood.
Natalie Youngblood performs in Wayside’s production of “Glory Bea! A Shenandoah Christmas Story.”
Brandon Shockey
Jordyn Hansbrough
Logan Hartigan
Colton Foltz
Jayden Berman
Brady Spaid


Wayside Theatre has created a legacy through children.

It has touched the lives of hundreds of children and teenagers in the last 13 years, said Thomasin Savaiano, founder of the…

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