A glimpse into Master Class projects
This very popular beginning acting class has been a Woodstock Library program for over 10 years. Fairytales, Nursery Rhymes, and Shakespeare are used as StoryTheatre explorations to create a completely unique theatre presentation. Basic acting skills, voice, movement, improvisation, and storytelling give each student a grounding and confidence.
FALL SESSION: 8 Mondays 4pm-5:30pm
October 1 – November 26
ACTING CLASS “Will Power”
Using Shakespeare as a platform for empowering young voices, this class introduces young actors to the world of Shakespeare, his plays, characters and language. This Intermediate Level involves understanding, developing, and using basic acting tools and philosophies together with text work and theatre creation.
FALL SESSION: 8 Saturdays 1pm-3pm
September 29 – November 17
MASTER CLASS “Beyond Shakespeare”
A look at playwrights beyond the Bard, and developing a deeper application of “a way of working” as an actor through scenes that cover a wide range of theatre history and styles. A substantial reading list will be available for study of theatre, acting technique, and plays. Each student will be responsible for developing work on 2-3 scenes as well as one Shakespeare monologue of a character to whom the student feels a strong connection.
FALL SESSION: 8 Sundays 1pm-4pm
September 30 – November 18
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