SCT is Delightful – and Frightful – in October

Saratoga Children’s Theatre Community Programs Have Something For Everyone!

Hamilton’ Associate Director Patrick Vassel will lead a live (via Zoon) discussion on Thursday, October 8 at 4 pm!

Patrick has worked on Hamilton since the very beginning directly under Thomas Kail (Director). He will be talking about his career and how he got the job! Plus hear some insider stories about casting, rehearsal and production!

Two packages are available:

Angelica Package ($125) – Entrance to the Q&A for the family! You’ll hear your name and be extra Satisfied when you submit a question for us to read out loud that Patrick will answer! LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Burr Package ($75) – Your family gets to be in the Zoom Where It Happens!

Visit this page to reserve your spot. Flash! There is a Flash sale going on today (Friday, October 2nd) with reduced prices to participate. Details are on the page.

Patrick Vassel is a director and playwright from Akron, Ohio. He is currently the Associate and Supervising Director of Hamilton. Broadway: Freestyle Love Supreme (Associate Director), Magic/Bird (Assistant Director). New York: In a Little Room (The Wild Project), Two Rooms (79 Clifton Place), Rum for Sale (Columbia University), The Gravediggers (Theatre East Reading), Connect (Workshop – Ten Bones), The Adventures of Boy and Girl (FringeNYC ’13), Font of Knowledge (Shelby Company), The Little Dog Laughed (The Gallery Players, 1st NYC Revival). Regional/University: The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Homecoming (Stella Adler), Lombardi (Palace Theatre, Wisconsin), Six Characters in Search of an Author (University of Notre Dame, Original Adaptation). As a co-writer/director: Nothing Left to Burn (Ars Nova ANTFest, The Public Theater New Work Now!, O’Neill Semi-Finalist, The Lark Playwrights Week 2015).

Patrick is a member of the Notre Dame Performing Arts Advisory Council and the Notre Dame Media and Entertainment Leadership Committee. He is a former teaching artist and current member of the Artistic Advisory Board of Opening Act, a non-profit providing free, after-school theater programs in NYC high school. He is also a 2019 honoree of the St. Vincent – St. Mary High School Rev. Mahar Outstanding Alumni Award and the 2020 Notre Dame Alumni Association Fr. Lauck Award Winner for Achievement in the Arts.

As an educator, Patrick has a Masters of Science in Teaching from Pace University and taught for five years at Explore Charter School in Flatbush, Brooklyn. As a teaching artist with Opening Act and the Broadway Teaching Group, Patrick has taught theater workshops to groups of all ages in all five boroughs of New York City.


And… Calling all Zombies!

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