Pop Up Theater Workshop
This Pop Up event is geared toward ages 8-14, and is designed to keep kids sharp and ready to absorb new material at a rapids pace. In addition, giving them the ability and confidence needed to be able to execute new material in short order. In essence, training the kids for upcoming auditions and performance opportunities.

Retter Entertainment (RE) would like to thank film & stage director-writer Anthony Giunta for asking us to cast the table reading of his latest screenplay, entitled “EXPECTANT BROTHER” – which is planning a 2019 film shoot in Massachusetts. The reading will take place in Manhattan this month.

RE is again partnering with Anthony as he creates the libretto for a new full-length musical play, entitled “WOULD I LIE?” which will be having its world premiere in NYC this autumn. Anthony is also co-writing the lyrics of this new musical with RE founder, Thommie Retter. Look for a table reading of that project to take place in May 2018.

After his successes on screen with his feature-film “CONTEST” and on stage with his play “SKIN IN THE GAME” (as writer and director of both pieces), Anthony is in the early stages of development of two additional feature-length film projects, “SO CALLED” (a drama) and “ROMAN NUMERALS” (a thriller) – as well as several other new projects – including two new short films (a comedy and a drama) slated for 2018.

As diverse as the genres of Anthony’s creative work are, there is one thing all of his projects have in common: they all include great roles for young people.

If you haven’t signed up already, give Anthony the opportunity to meet you and work with you in Retter Entertainment’s “POP-UP WORKSHOP” on Saturday March 3rd – and who knows? You may end up in one of his projects!

Please contact Thommie directly at mrthommie@gmail.com with any questions

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