With the start of Spring Term, beginning the week of March 30, until we are able to resume classes at the Studio, the following Acting Improvisation class will be held online via Zoom Conferencing:
Acting Improvisation with Clark Jackson | Wednesdays, 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
For actors who want to improve their acting skills through improvisation, this class amplifies the technique work in Level 1 and supports the work with scenes in Levels 2 and 3. The first session will be dedicated to the choices you need to make to structure a viable improvisation, with emphasis placed on circumstances, relationships, tension, and subtext. In the following sessions, you will improvise scenes based on play and film summaries given a short preparation period in class. There is no work outside of class. Through this inventive process, you develop immediacy, creativity and partnering skills, and hone your instincts for making productive dramatic choices. Actors of all levels are welcome.
ACTING IMPROVISATION INSTRUCTOR:
Rasa Allan Kazlas
Recommended Reading: A CHALLENGE FOR THE ACTOR* by Uta Hagen,
AN ACTOR PREPARES by Stanislavsky, ON ACTING by Meisner, and ART OF DRAMATIC WRITING by Lajos Egri
*Available for purchase online via our registration system or in-person at the registration office.