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This class will be perfect for dipping your toes into storytelling waters for the first time, or a quick brush up on your skills if you’re a seasoned pro.
Casting Director will have received your headshots ahead of time and "cast" each actor in a theater scene, which you will be emailed 2 days in advance as well as a full script of the production. You'll start off the night with a Q&A, and then she will begin working with you as your reader in a group format.
This follow-up course to Intensive 1 encourages actors to practice the art of self-diagnosis. Participants will begin to evaluate their own work, with the guidance of TBG’s Artistic Directors and make adjustments as needed.
In this class, actors collaborate with directors under the guidance of Seth Barrish.
The actor is introduced to the simple, effective tools compiled in Seth Barrish’s book “An Actor’s Companion – 99 Bits of Craft.”
The team of teachers will help the actors shape their performances while sharing specific bits of craft and receiving specific direction.
This 10-week course offers practical tools for preparing audition monologues.
Students will learn how to get more from reading a script, so that they can tell the story better.
Students will learn how to breakdown a script, better market themselves, find the truth and spontaneity in acting.
This 10-week course, taught by Seth Barrish (director of solo shows including Martin Moran’s “The Tricky Part” and Mike Birbiglia’s “Sleepwalk With Me”) focuses on storytelling, writing and performing your own show.
Flex your acting muscles and refine your craft on a consistent basis. Explore the art and craft of acting through the great scenes of American dramatic literature written by some of our best american playwrights in this 6 week course.
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The class will focus on a variety of songs to use for appointment auditions but the techniques learned and developed are applicable to any cut of music. The class will be working with all different styles including traditional, contemporary and pop musical theatre.
Find out how much life you can bring to your character when you stop acting! Learn how to get rid of bad habits and what you should be considering to deliver the most natural performance.
The evening will start off with an informational Q&A followed by Kelly working and coaching each actor on their prepared monologue. Kelly may ask if you have anything else in your "rep", so please have another monologue ready to go just in case she feels your first one may not be "working" for you.
This workshop will introduce students to group acting techniques, script analysis, improved storytelling, improv and the Barrow group tools for acting.
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