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Author Topic: Meisner Progression Interviews with Robin Lynn Smith  (Read 171 times)
Zoe Fitzgerald

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« on: July 17, 2018, 12:08:48 PM »

Robin Lynn Smith, Freehold's Artistic Director, will be holding Interviews for Freehold's 2017-18 Meisner progression on Wednesday July 25, 2018 from 6:30 - 9:00 pm.

Class begins in September 2018 and runs thru June 2019.
Pre-requisites: Step III: Scene Study Text or equivalent training and performance experience.

The Meisner Progression is based on the work of Constantin Stanislavski, Joseph Chaikin, and Sanford Meisner. Classes run twice a week on Sunday and Tuesday evenings over three 12-week quarters. Tuition per quarter is $1296. Students may also qualify for our Discounted tuition price of $870, based on household income. You may apply when you register. Please contact the Freehold office with any questions.

If you would like to have an interview with Robin to explore the possibility of being admitted into our Meisner progression, sign up by clicking the link below. Interviews will be schedules in 15 minute intervals.

Once you schedule an Interview please plan on bringing a resume detailing your theatrical and performance experience and be prepared to speak about why you are interested in participating in the Meisner progression.

Robin Lynn Smith

Robin Lynn Smith is a Founding Partner and Artistic Director for Freehold Studio/Theatre Lab in Seattle. She has worked for the past thirty-five years acting, directing and teaching in Chicago, Boston, Seattle, and New York where she directed Curse of the Starving Class Off-Broadway at the Promenade Theatre.  She has directed in Regional Theatres and is presently directing Freehold’s  Engaged Theatre Program which tours Shakespeare productions to prisons, projects, and tent cities, for which she has directed Othello, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Cymbeline, A Winter's Tale, The Tempest, and The Merchant of Venice.  At Freehold she directed the award-winning production of Chekhov’s The Seagull, Three Sisters, An Altered Life, and Veronika Falling.   She was an Artist in Residence at the Seattle Repertory Theatre with Dan Sullivan, and directed several productions including Marvin's Room, Frankie and Jonnie in the Claire de Lune, City of Gold, and the developmental workshop of Elizabeth Heffon’s New Patagonia.  She has also directed in Seattle at ACT, On The Boards, The Empty Space, New City Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Intiman where she was an Affiliate Artist with Bartlett Sher.  She has an MFA from NYU TSOA, and she is currently on the faculty of Cornish College of the Arts. She is featured in ACTING TEACHERS OF AMERICA, and she is a member of SDC and a finalist for SDCF’s inaugural Zelda Fichandler Award. She is the 2008 recipient of the The Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award.

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