PREREQUISITE: Intro to Acting (5 week class) with us or another teacher or school
WHEN: Wednesdays, May 29th - July 10th* - 3 SLOTS LEFT!
*PLEASE NOTE: Class will not meet on Wed, July 3rd
(This class has SOLD OUT in the past, so best to sign up asap!)
COST: the fee for six classes is $240.
A $40 nonrefundable deposit is required before classes start.
In this class we will begin by focusing on character development by exploring the different elements of character: character history, movement, voice, and need. In this process, we will engage in more advanced improvisational exercises, active listening, authentic connection, and sensory work. Students will also work more extensively on a monologue and scenes. Additionally, we will touch on the audition process and the Boston theatre, film, and commercial scene. Students will be expected to work on scenes with a scene partner outside of class.
Taught by Amanda and Art Hennessey.
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
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- Pay for the class in full ($240):
"Loved this class! Art and Amanda spend a lot of time working with you on your technique, honing your monologue, auditioning, scene work, etc. It's so helpful getting feedback from their different perspectives: male/female, playwright/actor. The list goes on and on, but it's all good, and quite enlightening."
"Thanks to this class, instead of just performing monologues, I learned to "be" the monologue. It's kind of like "being the ball: in Caddyshack, only you never get whacked with a golf club, which is nice. Being the monologue makes auditioning so much easier. Thanks guys!"