Next level Story Telling

with Alaina Beth Reel

​Starting Saturday March 12th
12 – 1:30 PM

This youth class is for ages 8-11.​
6 weeks

$295before tax

*Includes free preps, consultations and Free improv Classes on the last Friday of Every Month! 

 Come explore storytelling and characters at the next level!

In this six-week course for any level of actor, we’ll learn how to use imagery, imagination, body-awareness, and deep-listening

to read text, experience environment, bring characters to life, and build confidence in auditioning and scene work. Using fun

games and dynamic activities (and a few key technical tips), students will leave the course feeling energized and excited for

each new acting opportunity they encounter.

Concerning COVID-19

Sol Acting Studios is doing everything we can to protect our community, students and staff. To this extent, Sol Acting Studios

will be following the Center of Disease-Control (CDC) with regard to social distancing practices and sanitation. We ask that

our clients disclose their recent history and continue to implement masking and social distancing guidelines.   All students

participating in in-person classes will be asked to sign a liability release waiver to ensure the safety of fellow students. 

Classes will not exceed 12 students and distancing measures and mask wearing will be enforced. 


Alaina Beth Reel is an Albuquerque-based actor, teacher, writer, and director.

She spent the past 12 years performing extensively in the regional theatre circuit in Colorado: Curious Theatre Company’s The

Cake (Jen), DCPA’s Anna Karenina (Ensemble/US Marya), and played the titular role in Wolff’s Orlando, by Sarah Ruhl

(Trapeze Theatre/DCPA Master Class), 39 Steps at Miners Alley Playhouse (Annabella/Margaret/Pamela), Jo March in the

Catamounts’ You On the Moors Now, and many more.  Alaina is also a writer and director, adapting classic fairy tales to

modern stages (Hansel and GretelLittle Red Riding Hood and Sleeping Beauty), and recently wrote and produced a

childrens’ television show, “The Magic Clock.” She is currently writing a one-woman musical. 

A teacher and student of words, breath, imagery, awareness, and imagination, Alaina has been leading youth and adult acting

classes and camps for many years, and believes every actor is a powerful source of their own story and artistry.

She holds a BA from the University of Iowa and is a student of Crash Acting with Benjamin Mathes in Los Angeles.