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Jan
20
Sat
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 2
Jan 20 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 2- Creating a Role

For Ages: 10-17

Students will tackle one age-appropriate contemporary scene which will help them to connect the blocks of foundational technique that they have been working on thus far. Actors will learn to develop imaginary circumstances, deepen relationships, fight for objective and make bold action choices.  We will then consider the essential task of collaboration: the interplay between actor(s) and the director, and the strategies we can employ to work with directors creatively, saying “yes, and” while being true to our own ideas. We will be visited by a noted director from the professional theater as a special seminar during this class.

Open to students who have completed level 1, or by permission of instructor.

Saturdays 11am-1pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 1
Jan 20 @ 4:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 1- An Actor Prepares

For Ages: 10-17

At the White Pines Young Actor’s Studio it is the passion for the work that matters, not the experience level.  

In our ensemble environment, young actors will have a unique opportunity to get a head start in understanding the foundations of professional acting training. White Pines Young Actor’s Studio is for the inquisitive and driven young actor ready to challenge themselves creatively!

We will begin with the most important skills that all actors must begin with: listening/ responding, connecting with a partner, improvisation and sense of play. Then we will examine how we apply these new skills to monologues, sides and cold readings.  Each student will leave class with a working audition monologue as well as create an audition preparation game plan that they can use to feel confident whether their goal is to audition for a school play, professional production or college program.

Emphasis will be on doing so in a fun supportive environment. At the end of this class, students will have the opportunity to share their work with a professional from the Philadelphia theater community.

Saturdays 2pm-4pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
Jan
23
Tue
Children’s Program: Winter Animals
Jan 23 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Some animals have special adaptations for survival in cold weather.  Learn about our local winter animals, and some from the far north too.  Hear a winter story and make a craft.  Ages: 3 and up with an adult.  Meet in the Salt Wing.  Pre-registration is required. 

Jan
27
Sat
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 2
Jan 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 2- Creating a Role

For Ages: 10-17

Students will tackle one age-appropriate contemporary scene which will help them to connect the blocks of foundational technique that they have been working on thus far. Actors will learn to develop imaginary circumstances, deepen relationships, fight for objective and make bold action choices.  We will then consider the essential task of collaboration: the interplay between actor(s) and the director, and the strategies we can employ to work with directors creatively, saying “yes, and” while being true to our own ideas. We will be visited by a noted director from the professional theater as a special seminar during this class.

Open to students who have completed level 1, or by permission of instructor.

Saturdays 11am-1pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 1
Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 1- An Actor Prepares

For Ages: 10-17

At the White Pines Young Actor’s Studio it is the passion for the work that matters, not the experience level.  

In our ensemble environment, young actors will have a unique opportunity to get a head start in understanding the foundations of professional acting training. White Pines Young Actor’s Studio is for the inquisitive and driven young actor ready to challenge themselves creatively!

We will begin with the most important skills that all actors must begin with: listening/ responding, connecting with a partner, improvisation and sense of play. Then we will examine how we apply these new skills to monologues, sides and cold readings.  Each student will leave class with a working audition monologue as well as create an audition preparation game plan that they can use to feel confident whether their goal is to audition for a school play, professional production or college program.

Emphasis will be on doing so in a fun supportive environment. At the end of this class, students will have the opportunity to share their work with a professional from the Philadelphia theater community.

Saturdays 2pm-4pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
Feb
3
Sat
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 2
Feb 3 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 2- Creating a Role

For Ages: 10-17

Students will tackle one age-appropriate contemporary scene which will help them to connect the blocks of foundational technique that they have been working on thus far. Actors will learn to develop imaginary circumstances, deepen relationships, fight for objective and make bold action choices.  We will then consider the essential task of collaboration: the interplay between actor(s) and the director, and the strategies we can employ to work with directors creatively, saying “yes, and” while being true to our own ideas. We will be visited by a noted director from the professional theater as a special seminar during this class.

Open to students who have completed level 1, or by permission of instructor.

Saturdays 11am-1pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 1
Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 1- An Actor Prepares

For Ages: 10-17

At the White Pines Young Actor’s Studio it is the passion for the work that matters, not the experience level.  

In our ensemble environment, young actors will have a unique opportunity to get a head start in understanding the foundations of professional acting training. White Pines Young Actor’s Studio is for the inquisitive and driven young actor ready to challenge themselves creatively!

We will begin with the most important skills that all actors must begin with: listening/ responding, connecting with a partner, improvisation and sense of play. Then we will examine how we apply these new skills to monologues, sides and cold readings.  Each student will leave class with a working audition monologue as well as create an audition preparation game plan that they can use to feel confident whether their goal is to audition for a school play, professional production or college program.

Emphasis will be on doing so in a fun supportive environment. At the end of this class, students will have the opportunity to share their work with a professional from the Philadelphia theater community.

Saturdays 2pm-4pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
Feb
10
Sat
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 2
Feb 10 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 2- Creating a Role

For Ages: 10-17

Students will tackle one age-appropriate contemporary scene which will help them to connect the blocks of foundational technique that they have been working on thus far. Actors will learn to develop imaginary circumstances, deepen relationships, fight for objective and make bold action choices.  We will then consider the essential task of collaboration: the interplay between actor(s) and the director, and the strategies we can employ to work with directors creatively, saying “yes, and” while being true to our own ideas. We will be visited by a noted director from the professional theater as a special seminar during this class.

Open to students who have completed level 1, or by permission of instructor.

Saturdays 11am-1pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 1
Feb 10 @ 4:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 1- An Actor Prepares

For Ages: 10-17

At the White Pines Young Actor’s Studio it is the passion for the work that matters, not the experience level.  

In our ensemble environment, young actors will have a unique opportunity to get a head start in understanding the foundations of professional acting training. White Pines Young Actor’s Studio is for the inquisitive and driven young actor ready to challenge themselves creatively!

We will begin with the most important skills that all actors must begin with: listening/ responding, connecting with a partner, improvisation and sense of play. Then we will examine how we apply these new skills to monologues, sides and cold readings.  Each student will leave class with a working audition monologue as well as create an audition preparation game plan that they can use to feel confident whether their goal is to audition for a school play, professional production or college program.

Emphasis will be on doing so in a fun supportive environment. At the end of this class, students will have the opportunity to share their work with a professional from the Philadelphia theater community.

Saturdays 2pm-4pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10
Feb
17
Sat
White Pines Young Actors Studio: level 2
Feb 17 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Professional Training for the Total Artist

Level 2- Creating a Role

For Ages: 10-17

Students will tackle one age-appropriate contemporary scene which will help them to connect the blocks of foundational technique that they have been working on thus far. Actors will learn to develop imaginary circumstances, deepen relationships, fight for objective and make bold action choices.  We will then consider the essential task of collaboration: the interplay between actor(s) and the director, and the strategies we can employ to work with directors creatively, saying “yes, and” while being true to our own ideas. We will be visited by a noted director from the professional theater as a special seminar during this class.

Open to students who have completed level 1, or by permission of instructor.

Saturdays 11am-1pm

  • 1/20
  • 1/27
  • 2/3
  • 2/10
  • 2/17
  • 2/24
  • 3/3
  • 3/10