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Making a difference, Rebekah is happiest when teaching

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Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 6:00 am

Garages are the catch-all of the home. It is where we store and repair old things or build something new. They are the space between in and out; a hub for outdoor gatherings, a storefront for makeshift sales. Some radicals even park their cars in them. Behind the Kate Love Simpson library stands a converted three-car garage. You wouldn’t know it to look at it, but it’s just large enough to store 20 years worth of dreams.

Inside lies the new Center Stage Performing Arts Studio, a studio poised to teach young people the disciplines of acting, singing, and dancing. Owner and instructor Rebekah Griesmyer has held various jobs over the decades as a choreographer, director, and teacher. Her schooling is no less extensive, with a master’s degree in educational leadership. But Center Stage is her first fully owned and operated business. I wanted to know what brought her talents to the area, so I arranged a meeting at her studio.

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