Monday - Friday

AUGUST 12-16

Mask Playshop ©

10AM -12:00


*Lunch Program

Puppet Theatre Workshop

1:00 - 3:00


Students attending both the morning and afternoon classes will receive a 10% discount = $270

10% discount for sibling registration (Not to be combined with double session offer).

*Those attending both sessions can arrange for the supervised lunch program, where students can bring a lunch from home or go to the downstairs deli or pizza shop and eat there.


Mask Playshop©      

We’ll each create a mask – an extraordinary and unique masked performance-character – that is a playful, dramatic, and authentic physical expression of your own unique inner vision and imaginative ideation. We will accompany the crafts of mask-making, creative movement, and performance with drumming and the playful exploration of other percussive instruments. Become prepared to transform and enchant an audience, to reveal, and to conceal!!!

Puppet Theatre Workshop

Create an original puppet, collaborate to build puppet-stage scenery, and improvise scenes and sketches with the other puppets. Singing and speaking through a puppet is an alternative, fun, meaningful path to dramatic expression for the outgoing, the outspoken AND the shy. Making use of every aspect of performance and Theatre craft, this workshop includes Hand-Sewing as Meditative Practice and Basic Life Skill.


Betsy Glass is a Teaching Artist and “Facilitator of Creativity” who loves to play with all kinds of materials. She paints, draws, collages, sculpts, designs, writes, can invent “something out of nothing,” and is inspired by collaborating with people of all ages. Her university studies focused on Theatre Arts: Scenic and costume design, staging, direction, dramaturgy, choreography, mask performance, and puppetry. She studied painting with Larry Rivers at Southampton College, and Design with Milton Glaser at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Betsy has directed, choreographed, and designed for numerous plays in Westchester County public schools and theatres. She currently teaches visual arts in after school art enrichment programs in Westchester public schools and in summer camps and volunteers as an educator and creator of children’s art projects at the Neuberger Museum of Art in Purchase, NY.