Updated Oct. 24 by SteppingStone Theatre for Youth Development
SteppingStone Theatre for Youth Development is currently seeking applicants for our Teaching Artist Training Program. Two qualified fellows will take part in a eight month professional training program for early career theatre artists and educators. The training program bridges the gap between education and the professional theatre world by providing up-and-coming teaching artists with comprehensive, hands-on experience and training.
Features of the program include:
Updated Oct. 22 by Genevieve Bennett
Genevieve Bennett teaches a 3-class Viewpoints workshop for adults. Experienced VP practitioners and beginners welcome. Classes are Nov. 2nd, 9th and 16th, 10am-1pm at Patrick's Cabaret. Genevieve has extensive training in Viewpoints, studied under Anne Bogart for three years and has been teaching Viewpoints for 10 years. Cost: $110. Call Genevieve at 612.770.5349 or send an email to email@example.com. Space is limited.
Updated Oct. 20 by Laughing Nomad Productions
How does an actor create a sense of danger, real or emotional, without placing themselves in actual danger? How can you create and maintain a palpable tension between or within characters? How can you make a simple moment more engaging and more informative for both actor and audience? The answer to all these questions starts with the actor's foundation - playing with balance, losing balance and everything in between.
Updated Oct. 22 by Studio 206
IMPROVISING AND DEVISING
Monday and Tuesday nights
December 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2014
6-9pm Cost: $150
Limit 15 participants
If you can play, you can improvise.
If you can improvise you can devise.
Learn how to play with whomever and whatever is around you.
Everything counts - every movement, gesture, look or sound.
Throw caution to the wind and see what worlds open up when you push yourself beyond the boundaries of everyday life.
Each day we will engage in exercises to encourage curiosity and discovery.
Updated Sep. 15 by John Woehrle
Become the artist you want to be and join us at MacPhail Center for Music in this challenging journey to discovering your limitless potential as an actor.
Updated Oct. 2 by Remedios Creative LLC
Introduction to Meisner Technique - Interviewing now!
October 16-December 15
Mondays and Thursdays 6:30pm to 9:30pm
2929 4th Ave South, Minneapolis
Fee $325 per student, Limited 10 students
Updated Aug. 13 by Bedlam Theatre
Bedlam’s Technical Tools of the Trade program is back and we've got an exciting series of workshops coming up very soon! Thanks to generous funding from the State Arts Board and the Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment, Bedlam has gathered a fantastic array of instructors to teach courses on scenic carpentry, welding and painting, scenic design, stage lighting and lighting console programming, sound design, sound engineering and Qlab.
Updated Oct. 16 by Theatre Forever
Beautifully Terrible Theatrical Clown Workshops led by Playmaker and Director, Jon Ferguson.
ADULT Workshop (3 weeks): December 1-19 (Mon - Fri) Times: 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM.
Adult workshop cost: $400
*Discounts and scholarships are available.
In this physical and practical three week adult workshop, participants will explore 4 levels of theatrical clown: Simple Clown, Pathetic Clown, Tragic Clown and Bouffon Clown. They will discover what is innately ridiculous about themselves and learn to play and invent from a truly spontaneous, honest and open place.
Updated Feb. 17 by Voice Over Nation
Learn how to break into this lucrative industry from experienced professionals. Voice Over Nation is proud to bring the popular, six-week Essentials of Voice Over course to the Twin Cities. It's the only program of its kind in the Midwest. You'll learn under the guidance of a successful producer at a top commercial recording studio in Minneapolis, and you'll go on mic during every class.
Amy Luedtke performs in Daddy Issues: The Library Edition playing at Washington County Public Libraries (Woodbury, Cottage Grove, Forest Lake) this month.
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