The Art of Acting

This class is a friendly, highly supportive, energetic and fun place to explore the art of acting. Whether testing the waters for the first time or aiming to develop and deepen an established understanding of the acting experience, this course encourages bold and...

How to Be Your Own Director

Collaboration between actor and director is at the core of every performance. But, actors and directors don’t always speak the same language. This is especially true now when face to face rehearsal time is not available for most of us. In this class, you’ll learn to...

Improvisation for Collaborating, Creating & Connecting

Improvisation is not just for actors! "Applied Improvisation" is a rapidly growing field of practice, which uses improvisation theatre techniques and theories applied to human development and training. Innovative organizations around the globe now hire impro-trained...

Acting in the Zoomiverse

This acting class will utilize zoom as a platform to discover how actors can deliver lines to each other in order to affect the other person. We will discuss what it means to “land” an action and become an action driven actor based on the given circumstances provided...

Finding Meaning Today: Twelfth Night

Hey ho, the wind and the rain! Make your way through winter with a class that explores both the familiar and mysterious language of Shakespeare’s “mature comedy,” Twelfth Night.  With its themes of madness and melancholy, reunion and romance, this play provides...

On Camera Acting

Relaxation is the key. Reacting is the core. It doesn’t matter if you’re a beginner or an experienced stage actor; film and TV acting can be a baffling and sometimes terrifying experience. In this class, we will explore how to develop the inner emotional life of a...

Improvisation for Actors – Level II

Building on the basic theatre improvisation theories and techniques practiced in Level I, this 6-week, online improvisation workshop will dive much deeper into improv methods that develop the artist’s imagination, range of expression, and skills for creating...

Monologue Intensive

In this class, students will learn how to deconstruct monologues, how to rehearse them and how to get them ready for the audition room. You will identify and explore monologues that are best suited to showcase your specific strengths as an actor, and you will leave...

Acting II – Scene Study

This course continues the work of Acting I through analysis and on-line (Zoom) exploration of scenes from modern (20th and 21st century), realistic plays. This class acknowledges the circumstances of acting in an on-line context and will emphasize tactics of...

Acting I – Introduction to Acting

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...

Stay Stage Ready: Focus on Comedy

“Dying is easy, comedy is hard.” Let’s see if that’s true! In this six-week, on-line class, we will work on contemporary comedic scenes from playwrights, such as Neil Simon, George Kaufman, Beth Henley, Christopher Durang and Jenny Schwartz. Explore and hone your...

Improvisation for Actors

You’ve probably heard of Theatresports or seen the TV show it inspired, Whose Line Is It Anyway? But did you know that most of the impro methods used in these popular entertainments originated from the work Keith Johnstone developed for/with professional actors at the...

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