These ten workshops can be stand-alone experiences or be combined to create a course of study. They are appropriate for professionals, teachers, graduate and undergraduate students.
You and Your Work
Part II. Encourages participants to examine propensities coloring their world view that might impact script interpretation and working relationships.
Part III. Participants read a short play. Each offers their understanding of the meaning in the script. A discussion follows and the session ends with personal reflections.
Allow 4-5 hours for completion. Pre attendance work
The Theatrical Phenomenon
Accessing a Script
Concept Development and Communication
Production Leadership and Rehearsal Planning
Evaluating Ground Plans
Table and Blocking Rehearsals
Polishing, Tech, Dress, and Previews
Crowd Scene Techniques
(Studio time: 1 hour per 3 students)
Persons with a Different Agenda
The basic skills workshops are designed for teachers and undergraduate and secondary education students. Intermediate skills are for teachers, undergraduate and advanced secondary students. Advanced Skills are for teachers and advanced undergraduates.