The TPS Unified General Auditions are over, so maybe now is a good time to ask yourself a few simple, honest questions.
Is your acting career going the way you want?
Are you getting cast in the parts you want?
Do you feel prepared when you walk into an audition?
Are you having the same auditioning or acting problems over and over and over again?
Whether you're at the beginning of your career or have been at it for 20-years, isn't it time you committed to improving your future?
Over the past 13 years, Aaron Levin's “An Actor's Monologue & Scene Study Class” has successfully helped
actors to get cast in plays at ACT, Balagan Theatre, Book-It Rep., Harlequin Productions, Seattle Children’s
Theatre, Seattle Rep., Seattle Shakespeare Co., Taproot, etc., countless films and commercials, as well as
to get accepted into schools such as the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and the University of
BRIDGES STAGE COMPANY’S
MONOLOGUE & SCENE STUDY
A Class for Working Actors
Reasonable Price -- Convenient Time & Location -- What's there to be afraid of?
taught by AARON LEVIN
Stanislavsky based, the class helps you:
• Develop a solid technique that you can rely on;
• Address specific acting problems that you are having;
• Find and work on suitable audition monologues;
• Work on scenes that will challenge and stretch you;
• Increase your understanding of the character, their relationships, and the
story being told through in-depth exploration and analysis of the text; and
• Stretch your imagination, focus your concentration, and develop an ease and
fullness of expression;
Information you need to know:
COST: $300 for 10 classes
CLASS BEGINS: Spring Session: April 5, 2010
Fall Session: October 4, 2010
Winter Session: January 3, 2011
SIZE OF CLASS: 10 Actors
TIME: Monday – 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
LOCATION: Puget Sound Theatre Studio 4
(4th Floor, Center House, Seattle Center)
PRIVATE COACHING SESSIONS: $50 per hour
AARON LEVIN is the Artistic Director of Bridges Stage Company. From 1999 to 2002 he was Executive Director of Seattle’s International Repertory Theatre, for which he directed Sir David Hare’s A Map of the World, Israel Horovitz’s The Primary English Class, and Ariel Dorfman’s Death and the Maiden. In 2005 he directed Love’s Labour’s Lost for the Seattle Shakespeare Company. Previously, he was Artistic Director of New York’s American Theatre Alliance. He has directed classical and modern plays throughout the country, including the New York premieres of Jean-Claude Grumberg’s The Workroom (New York Drama Desk Award nomination) and Ellen McLaughlin’s Days and Nights Within. The first American theatre director to work with the famous Sovremennik Theatre of Moscow, Mr. Levin was trained as an actor by the late Mira Rostova (acting teacher to Montgomery Clift, Alec Baldwin, Jill Clayburgh, Armand Assante, Jessica Lange, etc.), studied in London under James Dodding and actors and directors of the National Theatre of Great Britain and the Royal Shakespeare Company, and is a graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts (B.F.A. in Acting) and the University of Washington (M.F.A. in Directing). He has taught acting to professional actors and students for over 29 years.
What Actors say about Aaron's class:
“To develop our skills, we all need to continue to work with a teacher who has a good eye and ear. Aaron is the person I trust, because of his wonderful insights and his clear, direct, and generous advice. Thanks Aaron! – Laurel Watt, AEA actor, commercials & films
“For my money, Aaron is the best acting teacher in Seattle. His classes are fun and nurturing, but tough. He sharpens the actor's skills, and all but obliterates bad habits. I highly recommend his class.” – Michael Black, AEA stage actor
“Whether it's a scene from Chekhov or copy for a toothpaste commercial, Aaron will give you useful, creative, and practical insight. He also helped me to find fantastic material for auditions that were critical in helping me stand out.” – Debra Pralle, AEA stage actor, films, television & voice-overs
“Aaron has an excellent eye for what's going on in a scene or monologue and his suggestions for what I have needed to work on have always been fruitful. He is also a great source of interesting audition monologues.” – David Klein, AEA stage actor, commercials & films
“Aaron has brought my acting to a new level, giving me new skills ranging from rehearsal, audition to performance. He challenges his students, always pushing for more, while maintaining a caring, safe practical space.” – Becky Rygg, working stage actor
“Aaron is an excellent coach for the actor who is looking for detailed feedback, style and nuance. His encyclopedic knowledge of theatrical literature is a blessing for any actor looking for new material.” – Sherry Narens, AEA actor, commercials & films
“If you just want ego-stroking, go to someone else, but if you are open to improving and honing your acting chops, you can't do better than Aaron. I always find his comments helpful, supportive, and insightful.” – Eric Newman, AEA stage actor
“Aaron’s class has not only given me the tools I needed to get acting jobs, such as a stronger understanding of script analysis and character development, but confidence, as well. Hooray!” – Patsy Benson, working actor in theatre and commercials
Don't wait any longer. Do what you know you need to do for yourself.
For further information & to set up a meeting call 206.526.2466 or email email@example.com.