Instructor: Matlock Zumsteg
Flex your improv muscles!
Improvisation is a form of theatre storytelling where the entire story is being created at the very moment it is performed. Being good at improv is not acting talent in the conventional sense, but more a capacity for being fully attentive and ‘in the moment’ with your fellow actors. Enthusiasm and willingness matter most! Come and experience what happens when you get a bunch of strangers to faithfully follow the rules of the game. And the rules are brilliant: they let magic emerge from a story people build together. These two - four week sessions are designed for all levels with summer schedules in mind!
Mondays 6–8 PM
14 student maximum
Session 1 #360 June 10 - July 1 (4 weeks)
Session 2 #362 July 8 - July 29 (4 weeks)
Instructor: Lillian Myers
Enhance your family dynamic through play!
Your lives can be filled with day to day stresses that get in the way of playful interactions with each other. This class is designed to break up the monotony and joyfully encourage and empower each family member. You and your family will experience a variety of comedic theater games, clown play, character and reverse role play, dinner discussion games, car ride games, sing along songs and secret handshakes. Wear comfortable clothes, bring water and a snack. Be ready to laugh, act up and put on your very own clown nose! Come join us at the brink of sanity.
Saturday, June 29 1-5 PM
Studio Theatre, 25 student maximum
Tuition: $50 (Each additional family member registered will receive a 20% discount - cost $40.00)
Instructor: Lennie Dean
..."when I read 'No acting, Please' by Eric Morris, it put everything in perspective for me..."-Johnny Depp
This intensive, for all levels, will include an overview of the Eric Morris Technique with a particular focus on the ‘Instrumentals’ aspect of his technique. You will delve into stretching your emotional canvas, eliminating emotional blocks and adding to your acting ‘toolbox’ with workouts such as Joy and Euphoria, Anger, Coffin, Ego Elevation and Outrageous Exaggeration. You will each work with exercises, individually, on both days. You are encouraged to bring one memorized monologue to use as a tool for executing the exercises.
Saturday July 6, 10AM–6 PM (45 min lunch and two 10 min breaks)
Sunday July 7, 12:30-6:30 PM (two 10-minute breaks)
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Classes require a 50% deposit at registration. Tuition is due in full by the first day of class. Limited scholarships and payment plans are available (Scholarship Application); contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We understand that you may find a class is not what you expected, or that life circumstances may change after you enroll. If you choose to withdraw, you may submit written notification prior to the second class. A $35 processing fee will be applied to defer costs plus prorate for classes attended. A check for the remaining balance will be sent in approximately two weeks There will be no make-up classes or refunds for missed classes.