PERFORMANCE STUDIO ACTING CLASSES   

September/October 2013

Low-priced acting classes for all ages, created to teach specific, cutting-edge acting techniques and strategies to jump start your acting skills and your career!

CREATING THE PERFECT MONOLOGUE

 

Tuesdays 4 pm to 5:30 pm    Sept. 10 - Oct. 8, 2013     

5 sessions - $65


How do you perform a brilliant monologue? 

What are the key ingredients to winning an audition? 

What are the elements to create the PERFECT MONOLOGUE?

THE PERFECT MONOLOGUE will give you the skills to create captivating and compelling monologues. In this class, you will develop at least 1 Perfect monologue, and get skills and insights to audition and win the role.

Topics covered:
How to present yourself and perform a great audition monologue. 
How to create the "Monologue Context."
How to get rid of "Stage Fright." 
Simple tricks to create focus and clarity.
How to really have FUN doing your monologue and more! 

This class, which will be taught on the Manhattan Repertory Theatre stage are taught by Manhattan Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Ken Wolf. Ken has taught acting in New York and Westchester for over 20 years. As an actor, he has portrayed such roles as Mozart in Amadeus, Vershinin in The Three Sisters, and Biff in The Death of a Salesman. He received rave reviews for his one man play The People in my Hips which Martin Denton of nytheatre.com described as "unlike any theatre I have ever seen before." Recently, he and his dog Roma Pierro-Wolf presented New York's first One Man One Dog play, the critically acclaimed DAD AND THE DOG at MRT. Ken is the director of over 40 productions and the author of over 20 plays. He is a passionate teacher, artist and creator. 


All classes are held at Manhattan Repertory Theatre at, 303 West 42nd St. 6th floor. 

To register, please email: 

manhattanrep@yahoo.com 



Registration is on a paid first-come first-served basis. 

Class is limited to 12 participants. 

Deadline for Registration is Saturday September 7, 2013 

(but these classes usually fill up fast for it on a first-come first-served basis.)