Spotlight Theatre Group of the East End,Inc. is a 501c(3) not-for profit corporation. Our mission is to instill the magic of theatre with the joy of self discovery in a welcoming environment. Spotlight is dedicated to providing the best in theatre arts education, through classes, workshops, and performance opportunities for young people throughout the East End of Long Island.
Spotlight Theatre Group of the East End offers year-round classes and performance opportunities for young people of all abilities, aged 7-18. We also offer time-limited workshops in the various theatre arts for young people with developmental disabilities. The directors of Spotlight, Kim Galway and Darby Moore, bring over 40 years of combined experience in theatre education and drama therapy. They are uniquely qualified to help young people realize their talents for acting, voice, dance and movement while developing their self-esteem. Within our group settings, the focus - or spotlight – is on the individual.
Our Junior program (Fall) offers a full-scale show experience for our youngest performers, aged 7-11. Our Senior program is for students aged 12-18 (Winter/Spring).
Spotlight offers classes and programs year-round, in Riverhead, conveniently accessible by both the North Fork and South Fork. Classes and performances take place in downtown Riverhead, at St. John's School and the Vail-Leavitt Music Hall. Click here for further information on our locations.
We are currently registering for our Summer Programs and Fall 2019 Junior Program!
If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution to Spotlight Theatre Group of he East End, Inc. in order to provide a quality theatre making experience to children and young adults in our communities, please email us at email@example.com and thank you for making a difference!
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SPOTLIGHT IN THE NEWS!!
"Shining a Spotlight On Local Theater Across the East End" - The Suffolk Times, May 2018
"New Group Offers Therapy through Theater" - The Southampton Press, September 2012