New Stage Players Theater Lab presents:
Performance Workshop: A 6-Week Scene Study Series
For Adults and Teens (ages 13 and up and by permission)
@ Grange Hall Cultural Center, 317 Howard Ave, Waterbury Center, VT 05677
Tuesdays, Jan 16- Feb 20, 6:30-9pm
$90 for the 6-week series
All levels welcome
Limited enrollment, please sign up early to get your spot
Proceeds to benefit the Grange Hall Renovation Fund
For more information please contact [email protected] or 802-244-4168
We are now forming a waitlist for this workshop and spots will be filled as they become available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Please register for a waitlist ticket, and you will be placed next in line for any seats that open up.
If you are not able to join us for this workshop, your registration will be refunded on January 17, 2024.
Through targeted scene study work, this 6-week workshop series will help you develop skills that will build confidence, understand where your natural performance strengths lie, and allow you to HAVE FUN and perform better at auditions as well as deliver results when you are cast in a role.
Participants will learn how to analyze a script for its greater acting potential, apply techniques from a variety of proven acting methods, and liberate body, mind, and creativity in the process.
This class is for anyone who just wants to have fun,
but also for those who are serious about upping their “acting chops”.
It's also a great way to simply practice your craft between roles!
Any way you approach it, it’s PLAY!!
Come play with us!
What does someone need to be “an actor” on stage or screen?
Spoiler Alert: It’s NOT being gorgeous, young, or the class clown. The trick is simply honoring who you are, having a certain level of technique, and being prepared enough to know what to do in the given situation. And yes, practice, practice, practice!
Everyone’s path is individual so there isn’t a set formula, except to stay committed to finding the best way for you. This workshop can provide you a foundation to build your own process and add tools to your performance toolbox in a safe, respectful environment. Memorization is required.
Monica Callan (instructor/director) has more than 40 years of experience in theater making and education to share with participants of this workshop. She acts, directs, produces, designs, and writes, and has been seen onstage or backstage in New York City, Vermont, Boston, regional theaters in New England, and many films. (AEA/SAG/AFTRA).
Sponsored by Across Roads Center for the Arts