Two Thumbs Up for Leta Neustaedter's Metamorphosis Performing Arts Studio

My daughters really enjoyed working with Leta Neustaedter for some of the different youth performances at the Nampa Civic Center.

That is why I am delighted to pass on the news that her Metamorphosis Performing Arts Studio is available for acting programs and vocal lessons for all children and adults. She runs classes and programs year-round.

"I used to be scared to get up in front of people, especially doing presentations in school," wrote one former student. "But since taking voice lessons, now I'm not afraid to be in front of people - especially singing in front of people."

Here is a look at Leta "by the numbers" ...

14:  Her  years of classical vocal training, current member of the Boise Philharmonic Master Chorale
25:  The number of plays and musicals she has performed in
32:  TV commercials and training videos she has made
15:  Independent films
10:  Her years of classical piano training
7:    Radio commercials Directed
30:  Children's music theater programs
5:    Make-A-Movie camps
32:  Episodes of the TV show Chill Skillz that she wrote/directed/edited/produced
12:  Years post-graduate experience as a therapist working with children and families. LCSW Clinical Social Work.

Leta is the recipient of several awards, including:

Best Actress i48 2012
Best Actress i48 2010
Best Actress Can Act Theater 2008
Best Supporting Actress Knock Em Dead Dinner Theater 2005.

The mission of Metamorphosis Performing Arts Studio is to provide students with instruction, inspiration and opportunity to nurture creativity and personal empowerment. Metamorphosis strives for growth and transformation through the performing arts.

Located in Historic Old Boise, students can receive  private lessons for just $25 per 40 minute session. Leta also offers discounts for group lessons. Tuition for programs and classes varies.

And ask her about private acting, vocal, speech and movement lessons. I can hardly wait until my children get a chance to work with Leta again,m so they can:

build valuable life skills through the performing arts!