Limited to 18 students.
This acting technique class is the continuation of the Meisner technique training and follows through to its completion. The acting class begins with emotional preparation and proceeds to doing extensive exercises, scenes and improvisations over a period of nine months. Particular areas covered include relationships, scene work, justification, physical and speech impediments, text analysis, and charater interpretation, and ends with an application of the techniques to Spoon River Anthology monologues. The skills acquired in this class allow the actor to harness his/her personal powers of instinct, imagination, emotional truth, senses of reality, and personal experience in order to bring a deeper, more lively, individual, and personally unique expressiveness to his/her work. Many actors with previous experience find that this acting class effectively provides them with an approach to acting that is more practical and comprehensive.
(Meisner Technique 1 class scene work) (Students in Spoon River presentation.)Program placement is possible pending prior Meisner training. Prerequisite equal to Introduction to Meisner.
|Fall 2017||9 mos||Price||Tue/Fri||7:00-10:00 pm||Sep 12, 2017||$350||open|
|Fall 2017||9 mos||Price||Tue/Fri||12:00-3:00 pm||Sep 12, 2017||$350||open|