SPRING PROGRAM, 2018
10% discount on all classes for returning students
TO REGISTER, CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org 917-593-2662
ACTING FOR STAGE & SCREEN
Integrating methodologies from her own training as an actor and her experience as a teacher at prestigious institutions, Grace has developed her own approach to the work that encompasses technique, scene study, on-camera experience, and the underlying principles that allow an actor to explore and expand in all of these areas. Grace demonstrates again and again that when the student brings courage and is met by a teacher who can inspire, instruct, and guide— transformation is inevitable.
Time: Thursday evenings, May 24 - July 19, omitting July 12
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
New Location: 754 Ninth Avenue, 4th Floor, John DeSotelle Studio, NuBox Black Box Theater, New York, NY
$395.00 for new students
$355.00 for continuing students (10% discount)
Class fees are due by check or cash. Students who wish to pay by credit card may do so with the PayPal link below.
DIRECTOR & ACTOR COLLABORATION - STAGE & SCREEN INTENSIVE
Directors and actors will collaborate to gain mastery in navigating the challenges and rewards inherent in this interdependent relationship, an essential component to delivering inspired on-screen and stage performances. Students will learn established elements of drama for effective script analysis; practice rehearsal techniques that enhance mutual respect, growth and inspiration; and create and 'own' rehearsed, directed and filmed scenes.
Spring 2018 classes - TBA
$450.00 for 6-week session, 5-hour classes
$405.00 for continuing students (10% discount)
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DIRECTORS TECHNIQUE: WORKING WITH ACTORS
Explore the art of directing through a practical 6-week workshop that spotlights textual analysis and character development. By working as both actor and director in the first few sessions before moving into the director's role at week four, participants discover the essentials of collaboration from inside out. Through hands-on engagement they learn how to break down a scene, determine objectives, and uncover thedramatic arc. A director's insight and ability to guide actors is a primary component of effective storytelling. Through this class we endeavor to build the skills needed to mine the text and guide actors toward nuanced, intimately layered performance.
Studio 2A, Ripley Grier
939 Eighth Avenue, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10018