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Stagelight Performing Arts set to open soon

6 years ago by in ( Culture/Arts , News , Welcome to Brea , What's New! )

    Coming soon in October, Stagelight Performing Arts is opening in the Von’s center at 740 N. Brea Boulevard, on the corner of Central Avenue and Brea Boulevard. Co-owners Alyssa Gramer and Lindsey Russo are further building upon Stagelight Family Productions, owned by Lindsey's mom, Janice Kraus, who has been producing amazing youth theatre shows at the Curtis Theatre for over 20 years now. They’re thrilled to share the passion for the performing arts with children and community members of Brea by offering acting, a variety of dance classes, and vocal music lessons (private and group vocal classes,) as well as senior and baby classes, in a 3-studio space, because as Alyssa and Lindsey say, “A healthy and active body equals a healthy and active brain."

      Both have strong connections in Brea. Lindsey grew up in Brea and graduated at Brea Olinda High School, and Alyssa fell for a 2000 Brea Olinda High School grad whose personality must have been gregarious, as he was “Winkie” the Wildcat mascot his senior year!

        To inquire further, call Alyssa and Lyndsey at (714)336-8745 or email them at They're also on Facebook and are anxious to link with the community.
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