PERFORMANCE STUDIO ACTING CLASSES
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!
DYNAMIC SCENE STUDY
Thursdays 10:30 am to 12:00 pm Sept. 12 - Oct. 17, 2013 (No class October 10)
5 sessions - $65
What are the key ingredients in creating a Dynamic scene?
How do you develop a real life on stage that you can believe in?
How do you create a RELATIONSHIP with your scene partner that is believable?
How do you find compelling actions to make your scene SOAR?
DYNAMIC SCENE STUDY will give you the skills and confidence to create exciting and dynamic scene work.
A step by step approach to scene work.
How to pick the best actable actions.
How to “personalize” your world so that it feeds the scene and you.
How to get out of your head.
How to let go and connect with what is really happening on stage,
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:
Registration is on a paid first-come first-served basis.
Class is limited to 12 participants.
Once paid, this class is non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Deadline for Registration is Saturday September 7, 2013
(but these classes usually fill up fast for it on a first-come first-served basis.)