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Erin Gray

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« on: October 24, 2017, 01:17:52 PM »

We are launching a new series of guest artist workshops and short form clinics that will allow students to explore new topics and try things out before committing to a full length class!

Follow the link below to register for these great workshops!
INTRO TO SUZUKI with Michael Place
November 18 & 19 // 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Full Rate: $150 // Discount Rate: $105
The training methodology of acclaimed Japanese Theatre director Tadashi Suzuki, Suzuki Method re-prioritizes the core as the center of the actor's instrument in totality. Thought a series of sustained and dynamic disciplines, this practice invites the actor to explore their most efficient, powerful, quick, resilient and coordinated selves while expanding their imaginations and harnessing a palpable sense of readiness, all with the aim of deepening live performance. Suzuki Method seeks to aid the actor in communicating intention with the entire instrument, allowing for a receptive and dynamic presence on stage.
SLOW TEMPO with Michael Place
December 2 & 3 // 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Full Rate $150 // Discount Rate $105
Shogo Ohta, Japanese director, playwright and master teacher, spent over twenty years exploring gesture and the actor’s movement in three-dimensional, modern, urban space. His training and performance aesthetic evolved into an acute, nearly microscopic look at the human condition, expressed entirely in slow tempo and in silence. His practice challenges the actor to explore each moment without adornment, while increasing stamina, strength, concentration, breath control, focus, honesty and clarity. This work distills the present moment inviting the magnitude of our most essential selves.
with Christine Marie Brown
December 3 & 10 // 10:00AM - 2:00PM
Full Rate: $200 // Discounted Rate: $140
Auditioning is the skill that actors use most often in their career. Do you feel apathetic, hopeless or out of control when you audition? Do feel mystified about how best to prepare? We will breakdown each part of an actual audition - from prep to exiting the room-and we will unpack what's working and tackle what's not. Come prepared with a modern monologue to work on- memorized and ready to use for an audition- not something you memorized the night before. This workshop is for those professional actors who may feel stuck for some reason and are hungry to take their audition skills to the next level. I LOVE this topic and have been wrestling and enjoying this part of my career for more than 2 decades. Come and get in the sandbox with me-- and we will make discoveries that will move your work forward.
Prerequisites: BA, BFA or MFA in Drama/Acting, Completed Audition course at Freehold and/or 3 or more professional theatre credits.
December 9 & 10 // (Times vary)
Full Rate: $200 // Discount Rate: $140
The Spirit of Shakespeare an intensive 8 hour workshop, spread over two days. Participants will get a sense of the influences on Shakespeare and how his language and the acting of his texts are about the world he lived in.
The workshop consists of discussions, games, improvs, dance, singing, vocal work, text work and scene examination. Included in this package, you will understand Shakespeare's own education, experience Elizabethan dance, discover the vocal needs for performing Shakespeare, and of course break apart Shakespeare's text.
This workshop is designed for both beginners and those wanting to refresh their knowledge. This is a participatory workshop; be prepared to move, and use your voice. Wear easy to move in clothing, bring a notebook, writing instrument, and water.  Make sure to bring a bag lunch for the first day.
10:00am Register Meet Mingle
10:10am Entertainment in the time of Shakespeare
10:30am Shakespeare’s Education
11:00am Speaking Shakespeare’s Text
12:00pm  Break
12:30pm Shakespeare’s Language at Work
2:00pm Dance in the time of Shakespeare
3:30pm End Day One
9:00am  Voice and Shakespeare
10:00am  Acting Shakespeare’s Text
12:00pm End Day Two

For more information, you can call the office at 206-323-7499, or email any questions you have to
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