PHAT PACK ENTERTAINMENT Education & Outreach

 

What are you going to do

when your dreams choose you?

All of our performing artists with PHAT PACK ENTERTAINMENT have had great experiences in our formative years with those who have shared their talents & experiences with us. 


We want to pay forward this kindness...


Our artists are available to do workshops & masterclasses for Music & Theater students in High School, College, or for those who are active in the Community Theater & Music scene.  In our workshops & masterclasses, we take time to talk a little about our careers and to answer questions or concerns of the students present.  We also like to take time to coach some of the students who prepare a piece to present for the workshop!  At times, we might invite one or two of the students to appear with us in our shows... a chance to show the community the talents that you have right there at home!


ALSO AVAILABLE -- with any one of our artists, or separately --

RHONDA CARLSON WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES

For pricing or to arrange for anyone on

THE PHAT PACK ENTERTAINMENT ROSTER

to come to your venue, please contact

PHAT PACK ENTERTAINMENT at 702-551-PHAT (7428) or info@PhatPackEntertainment.com

Rhonda Carlson

To find a workshop / master class that works for your organization or community, contact our Education Outreach Director, Rhonda Carlson  - Rhonda@PhatPackEntertainment.com

Rhonda Carlson & THE PHAT PACK at a Master Class/Workshop with Theater Masters Students at UNLV

THE PHAT PACK & Rhonda Carlson  -- and the soloists coached at a recent Master Class/Workshop, based on Rhonda Carlson’s Book -
“What Do I Do with My Hands?”

“Having THE PHAT PACK come to the school on Friday was great. They are all delightful, funny, down to earth  and generous in talking to  students. The education students were surprised to hear that one of them had a degree in Music Education. One theater student said, “They gave me a sense of purpose, which is a clear sense of goal in my performance”. Another said “One of the greatest experiences to work with people so skilled giving feedback”. They were so kind to all, boosting the students confidence, which left those that sang feeling better than they thought they were doing.”

- Dr. Penelope Speedie, Emporia State University