Triple Threat Workshop is designed to help kids learn about theatre through a series of workshops and productions held throughout the year. Using acting as the base of our training students explore other art forms such as singing, dancing, movement, stage makeup, stage combat, improvisation, scene work, scene into song, etc. Through these workshops, as well as productions, our "Rising Stars" (Ages 7-13) and "Triple Threat Teens" (Ages 13-18) learn more about themselves, build upon their existing skills, and become more well rounded performers in a safe, positive, and creative learning environment.
We have recently expanded to adult productions as well and look forward to meeting and working with all the talent South Jersey has to offer.
Our motto: FUN. DISCOVERY. PLAY.
Meet the Staff
Caitlin Geisser (Founder/Artistic Director) has her BFA in Musical Theater from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, as well as being a proud graduate of Southern New Jersey Academy of the Arts. She has spent the her entire life onstage, and the last five directing and teaching. Directorial credits include You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown (SNJAPA), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (The Gabriel Project), Almost, Maine (The Gabriel Project with Cumberland Players), which was attended by playwright John Cariani, Honk! Jr. (TTW), Peter Pan Jr. (Avalon Players), Godspell: A Musical Review (TTW), Ramona Quimby (TTW), High School Musical Jr. (TTW), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (The Jubliee Directing Lab), Jungle Book Kids! (TTW), 13: A New Musical (TTW), The Drowsy Chaperone (West Deptford Center Stage Players), The Drowsy Chaperone (The Jubilee Directing Lab), Once on this Island Jr.(TTW), Sweet Charity (TTW), Spelling Bee (TTW), Frog and Toad Kids (TTW), The Great Gatsby (TTW), Bright Star (TTW), Drowsy Chaperone (TTW), Seussical Kids (TTW), The Spitfire Grill (Dir.), Little Women (Asst. Dir.), The Last 5 Years (Asst. Dir.), Ragtime (Asst. Dir.) at The Eagle Theatre in Hammonton. She most recently directed 26 Pebbles based on the Sandy Hook School Shooting, an online production of "They Eat Sunshine Not Zebras" and gave her original musical "Princess Indigo" it's second staged reading. She is currently in production for an outdoor production of Elf Jr. with TTW and is excited to be making theatre happen safely during a time when the arts are needed most! She is a private voice and acting coach for kids. She hopes to receive her MFA in Directing, her Alexander Technique Certification, continue to instill the love of theater in children, while pursuing a performance career in theater. Huzzah!
Marissa Parrott (Resident Choreographer) has a BFA degree in Theatre Performance and a minor in Dance from Kean Theatre Conservatory in Union, NJ. She has been choreographing for Triple Threat Workshop for Kids! since its inaugural summer workshop in June 2013. She is currently Directing/Choreographing a production of The Wizard of Oz: Young Performers Edition at Passaic Arts and Sciences Charter School. Previous choreography credits include: Once on This Island, 13, High School Musical Jr., Dear Edwina Jr., The Jungle Book Kids, Godspell: A Musical Review (Triple Threat Workshop for Kids!), The Drowsy Chaperone (West Deptford Center Stage Players), Honk! Jr. (The Gabriel Project), and Peter Pan Jr. (Avalon Players). She is an Equity Membership Candidate and has worked with Premiere Stages as an intern and Teaching Artist. In the future, Marissa hopes to simultaneously pursue her own performance career and continue finding opportunities to teach and encourage children in the theatre!
Dakota Mullins (Resident Choreographer/Composer) is an actor/singer/dancer, choreographer, and composer/lyricist based out of New York City. Most recently, he wrote the music and lyrics to Princess Indigo and wrote the score for Ramona Quimby, which both premiered with Triple Threat Workshop. He has also co-taught several workshops for TTW. Some of his favorite roles include Bobby Mills (A Chorus Line), Brad Majors (The Rocky Horror Show), Billy Early (No, No, Nanette), Robert Martin (The Drowsy Chaperone), Tommy Djilas (The Music Man), and Leaf Coneybear (The 25th Annual…Spelling Bee). He is a proud graduate of Wright State University’s musical theatre program.
Triple Threat Workshop was established in the summer of 2013 and began solely as a theatre summer camp program for kids. Since then we have expanded to include adult shows, several workshops throughout the year, as well as full productions for all ages.
Honk! Jr. (2014), Godspell: A Musical Review (2014), Ramona Quimby (2015), High School Muscial Jr. (2015), Dear Edwina (2016), Jungle Book Kids (2016), 13 (2016), Once on this Island Jr (2017), Sweet Charity (2017),
Frog and Toad Kids (2017), Honeymoon in Vegas (2018), Spring Awakening (2018), Junie B. Jones (2018),
The Great Gatsby (2019), Bright Star (2019), Junie B. Jones TYA Tour (2019), The Drowsy Chaperone (2019), Seussical kids (2019).
Next up; Elf Jr. December 2020