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Utilizing scenes from playwrights ranging from Miller, Odets, O’Neill, Williams, Inge and more, this class will draw on the Group Theatre, Uta Hagen, Elia Kazan, Marlon Brando, and many defining members of the genre to create fully realized scenes in this intensive course. 8 sessions • 0 • 3 hr class time Mon • Jun 4 - Jul 30 (no class Jul 2) • - pm • Sam Gregory REGISTER NOW It can be very challenging to pinpoint the perfect pieces to master your next audition.Take the fear out of audition preparation and pick the parts that show your full range of ability while speaking to who you are as an actor.Over the course of 7 weeks, you’ll work on creating a first draft of a short screenplay (12-20 pages), culminating in a reading by actors in the final class. 7 sessions • 5 • 3 hr class time Tue • Jun 12 - Jul 31 (no class Jul 3) • - pm • Michael Catlin REGISTER NOW Directed by Timothy Mc Cracken Auditions (choose one of the two days listed): Wed, May 30, 6 - 9pm Thu May 31, 6 - 8pm; callbacks 8 – pm Rehearsals: Week of Jun 4 – Week of Jul 23 Mon - Thu evenings, and Sat afternoons Rehearsal days and times will vary throughout the process, no rehearsals on Fridays or Sundays. follows the path of longing, sensuality, repression and unrestrained excess of John Buchanan and Alma Winemiller, next door neighbors whose relationship has been fraught with desire and disdain since their childhood. Polish your presentation skills to deliver your ideas in a clear, efficient and powerful way.Williams’ pre-World War I play chronicles the journeys of two individuals heading in opposite directions, creating casualties around them in this heart wrenching play. This highly individualized class will capitalize on your strengths, address your challenges and non-verbal aspects, and explore prosody and text to maximize your effectiveness.You’ll even get to work in a professional recording studio during your final class. 6 sessions • 5 • 2.5 hr class time Tue • Jun 5 - Jul 17 (no class Jul 3) • - 9pm • Tia Marlier REGISTER NOW Hone your commercial voiceover technique and dive into other aspects and genres of the voice over industry.
Whether you’re just getting your start or are a seasoned veteran of the stage, our selection of daytime, evening and weekend classes and workshops will help you gain confidence in the crafts of acting, auditioning, improv and more.
This class will provide the tools and resources to find great audition pieces from both classic and contemporary text and help you mine the script to unlock the character.
You’ll walk away with go-to monologues while also discovering dynamic plays and playwrights. 6 sessions • 0 • 3 hr class time Tue • Jun 5 - Jul 17 (no class Jul 3) • - pm Kate Gleason REGISTER NOW Want to know how to create characters and scenes on the spot?
Gain the tools to delve into your character, understand the complexities of the scene and become an active part in the journey of a play as a whole. 6 sessions • 0 • 2 hr class time Mon • Jun 4 - Jul 16 (no class Jul 2) • - pm • Timothy Mc Cracken REGISTER NOW After you’ve grasped the fundamentals of acting, keep building on those skills with Scene Study I.
Continue discovering and exploring key elements of text analysis and characterization while working on scenes from theatre’s best playwrights. 6 sessions • 0 • 3 hr class time (Choose one of the two days listed) Mon • Jun 4 - Jul 16 (no class Jul 2) • - pm • Matthew Schneck REGISTER NOW Thu • Jun 7 - Jul 19 (no class Jul 5) • - pm • Gabriella Cavallero REGISTER NOW The comedy of the Bard is a pleasure to explore, be it in verse or prose, in the lives of lovers or through “rude mechanicals .” Whether you’re a first time “bard-ophile” or a seasoned Shakespeare fan, you’ll flex your muscles in this genre.