Take the Stage: Anastasia

Take the Stage: Anastasia

Directed by Vincent Ratsavong and Derrick Lacasse

Suggested Ages: 8+

Saturdays: 10:30am-12:00pm

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Take the Stage is a course designed to train young performers in the art of musical theatre performance. It serves to identify, strengthen and enhance each student’s performance skills, self-esteem, and self-expression. Students train and practice choreography, improvisation, acting, staging, and vocal work while preparing to perform before a live audience on the MMAS stage. This fall, students will work on selections from the beloved musical Anastasia, the story of a brave young girl attempting to discover the mystery of her past while finding a place for herself. With a beautiful score including Once Upon a September, A Rumor in St. Petersburg, and Journey to the Past this inspiring story is certain to be delight to all its participants.

Start and End Date: Sept. 8-Dec. 15

Location: 377 North Main Street Studio

Tuition: $240.00 ($216.00/10% discount)

Monthly Payments: Call 508-339-2822 to arrange monthly payments (processed with a credit card.)  $62.00/month Jan./Feb./March/April

*A 10% Member discount is available for families who have a MMAS Membership purchased or renewed within the last 12 months.

* A 10% Sibling discount is available for families with more than one child enrolled for the semester. The highest priced tuition is full price, other tuition is discounted. This cannot be combined with the member discount. To get the sibling discount, please call 508-332-2822 during business hours.

Discounts cannot be combined. Discounts are not available on Monthly Payment.

limited amount of financial assistance is available through the generosity of the Mansfield Bank Charitable Foundation. Call 508-332-2822 or email info@mmas.org if you wish to apply for financial aid.


Vincent Ratsavong is a Director/Choreographer pursuing a Masters in Theatre Education and Community at Emerson College. He studied Ballet Performance at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and graduated from Dean College in Franklin, MA with a B.A. in Theatre. Vincent has worked and performed with: Pennsylvania Ballet; The Maine State Ballet; Everett Dance Theatre; Portland Ballet; Doug Varone and Dancers; Androscoggin Dance Company;  among others. He is a two time Irene Ryan Nominee and 2015 Semi-Finalist for The Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival Region 1. He won first place at The 2015 NATS Boston Song Festival. He was awarded as a Creative Genius in the 40 Young Professionals Under 40 in The Lewiston/Auburn Chamber of Commerce and Uplift Magazine Competition. He was Executive Producer for the Miss Maine America Organization and former Artistic Director for Community Little Theatre in Auburn, ME.