Helping You Take Center Stage, public speaking workshop

Theatre Company of Saugus (TCS) is pleased to present our third 2014 workshop on Theatre Skills.  Sherri Raftery will present Helping You Take Center Stage, on Thursday 11 September, starting at 7:00 PM.  The location is the TCS home at 85 Chestnut Street  /  Saugus, Massachusetts (please see our Directions page).

Would you like to learn simple tips and tricks that will help you feel comfortable while speaking in front of an audience, a group or even one on one in the board room or at the dinner table?  This is a skill everyone needs all the time, and it is easy to learn.

Sherri has been a member of Toastmasters International since 2005.  This is the service organization whose purpose is to promote the benefits of Public Speaking.  Sherri was the District 31 Governor of Toastmasters, serving Eastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  She earned several awards including the Area Governor of the Year, Excellence in Marketing, Excellence in Education & Training, Excellence in Leadership and Distinguished District Governor.  Sherri was honored by the Home for Little Wanderers in 2008 and speaks out as a live testimonial raising funds and awareness.

Sherri hosts and produces the program “Helping YOU Take Center Stage” – Public Speaking and Leadership Tips, at Revere TV.

Some of her clients include:  The Home for Little Wanderers, Malden High School, UMass Worcester, Salve Regina University, Stonehill College, Gibbs College, North Shore Community College, East Boston Neighborhood Health, East Boston Kiwanis Club, East Boston-Revere Rotary, Beverly Rotary Club, Malden Rotary Club, Saugus Rotary Club, Swampscott Rotary Club.

And now, also, Theatre Company of Saugus.  Sherri has acted in several productions with TCS over the past ten years or so, most recently in You Can’t Take It With You.

sherrib&WSherri Raftery, M. Ed., earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Theatre & Communications from Emerson College and a Master’s in Education in Arts & Learning from Endicott College.


The fee to attend the workshop is $5, payable at the door with cash or check.  If you attend all five planned workshops, you will only be charged for four.

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