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Teaching: Improv, Shakespeare, Music, and more!                                          (teaching resume below)

Currently, Paige is the Director of Children's Theatre and Education at The Good Studio.   Youth class sessions are in 5-week blocks, with classes every Saturday from noon to two p. m.  Summer camps have just concluded, and we're looking forward to autumn.


Paige enjoys teaching theatre camps and classes to children, teens, and adults. Whether she's teaching improv games or basic stagecraft, she believes that learning theatre techniques will also help people in life: with communication, empathy, awareness, team-work, and problem-solving.  


She also teaches voice lessons, beginner piano, and has taught recorder and penny whistle to actors for various shows.  Contact her for music lesson pricing and availability.


[Adult actors in an anti-bullying, pro-friendship play for children.  

On the left: Kachiri Ransom. 

On the right: Paige Steadman.]

Theatrical Teaching Experience

The Good Studio: 2015-current

-Currently Director of Children's Theatre and Education

-teaching Youth Acting
-taught Improv for Youth
-Taught ages 6-12 and ages 7-15 in several one-week camps; several campers returned each week (Camp themes have included improv, fairy tales, poetry, folk tales, 4th of July patriotism, musical theatre, superheroes, on-camera acting, and more!)
-help teach Improv classes to adults and teens; sometimes fill in for instructor Robert Drake


The Academy Theatre: 2010-current

-Taught two children’s improv camps at the Hapeville Recreation Center, one ages 5-8 (with one 4-year-old) and one ages 9-12

-taught two one-week long create-a-play camps for high-risk students; one week for rising 4th graders, one week for rising 5th graders

-Helped teach improv to OLLIE continuing education students at Emory University; filled in for instructor when he had conflicts

-Helped teach improv at Camp Sunshine to children with cancer

-Directed both professional and non-professional actors in plays

-Choreographed stage combat (teaching actors safe and convincing fight choreography)

-Intern Coordinator: often teaching communication skills, lightboard tricks, onstage and backstage techniques, and a few general life hacks in addition to theatre skills


The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company: 2012-current

-musical directing and teaching self-proclaimed “non-singers” to sing

-directing and coaching vocal emoting as well as articulation


Onion Man Productions: 2016-2018

-taught Theatre for Youth camp (grades 4-12th) including theatre basics, scenework, shakespeare, playwriting, stage combat, and more

-taught Improv camp (grades 4-8th)

-Improv Coordinator, leading the Onion Heads improvisation group and teaching improv to actors with varying levels of experience (some to none)

-Taught safe falls and choreographed stage combat for plays such as Fallout and Stage Kiss


Offshoot Productions: 2000*-2009

-Taught and co-taught adults’ and children’s workshops and classes on Story Theatre

-Taught movement and voice workshops

-Taught workshops on audience-interactive improvisation

-Co-taught improv classes and workshops

-Co-taught creating-a-play camps

-Helped teach classes on Shakespeare’s language (some classes with Laura Cole, some with Dr. Susan Steadman)

-Taught apprentices to use power tools, run lights, and stay quiet backstage!



-teach voice lessons and beginner piano

-Gwinnett County Middle School Drama Association Conference: taught and co-taught improv several years

-Professor Robbins at Gordon College had me fill in for him teaching improv to his after-school elementary school class on several occasions during my freshman year

-taught penny whistle and recorder to actors who needed it for shows

*Officially, Paige graduated from her Offshoot Apprenticeship in 2000.  However, she taught segments of classes and workshops years prior to that, and she started assistant teaching around 1994.

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