Exceptional Acting Classes at Freehold in Seattle this Winter - Seattle, WA

Tuesday, 1 December 2009

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City: Seattle, Washington
Offer type: Sell

Contacts

Contact name Kate Gavigan
Phone (206) 323-7499

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Freehold's winter acting, improv, playwriting classes in Seattle are open for registration. Classes begin in January 2010.
Freehold Theatre is a Seattle acting studio and theatre that for over 18 years has been providing extraordinary theatre and outstanding classes taught by highly acclaimed faculty. If you want unrivaled training in a supportive atmosphere, Freehold is the place.
We are privileged to have highly acclaimed artists as faculty including Paul Mullin (2008 Stranger Genius Award for Theatre), Amy Thone (2007 Stranger Genius Award Winner for Theatre), Annette Toutonghi (YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU, Seattle Repertory Theatre), Matt Smith (starting in the movie "Outsourced") and many more. Our students include the beginner student as well as the advanced trained professional.
Come inside and spend your winter with us and see why our students rave about our classes. Here is our complete winter line-up of classes:
Step I: Intro to Acting – Annette Toutonighi and Sarah Harlett
Step II: Acting with Text - Dan Tierney
Scene Study Text – Annette Toutonghi
Directing and Acting for the Camera – John Jacbosen
For the Actor’s Tookbox: An Alexander Technique Intensive – Cathy Madden
Auditioning - Kate Godman
Auditioning for the Musical Theatre: Theatrical Song Interpretation – Billie Wildrick
Dialect and Character – Gin Hammond
Fitzmaurice Voicework Intensive – Gin Hammond
Improv - Matt Smith
Physical Theatre – Cyrus Khambatta
Playwriting I: Exploring the Craft – Dickey Nesenger
Playwriting II: The Rewrite Process – Dickey Nesenger
Solo Performance – Marya Sea Kaminski
Spoken Word and Performance Poetry – Daemond Arrindell
Stage Combat - Geof Alm
Basic Light and Sound for Non-Designers – Jake Perrine
Meisner Progression – Robin Lynn Smith
To register for classes, call us at (206) 323-7499 or register online: www.freeholdtheatre.org
Check out our winter e-newsletter with great articles from faculty and students
httparchive.constantcontact.com/fs025/1102313671991/archive/1102694569389.html