Acting I – Introduction to Acting
with Zeina Salame
ALL levels of experience are welcome! Want to boost your confidence in social situations? Curious about acting but intimidated to take that first step? Already an acting student looking to reinforce the basics and challenge yourself in another environment? Interested in auditioning for something at a theatre in your area? Join us as we focus on learning essential skills, vocabularies, and professional standards through game playing, ensemble building exercises, and scripted scene/monologue work (assignments may vary based on specific student goals).
January 27 – March 17, Wednesdays (8 classes)
Suggested Accompanying Class: Improv for Collaborating, Creating & Connecting, The Art of Acting or Finding Meaning Today: Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night
Zeina Salame recently completed her PhD in Theatre Arts at the University of Oregon. Her dissertation “Carried in One Woman: Reflections on Arab American Female Solo Performance” emphasizes the value of lived experience, personal story, the self, and social justice as...read more
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Generally, students are encouraged to have a notepad & a pencil for note-taking.
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Exchanges can be made on a case-by-case basis.
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