This class is for playwrights who want the tools to transition from stage to screen.
Playwriting: The First Draft
Whether you're writing your first play or your hundredth, it's not always easy to set the creative wheels into motion.
Dialects 1: British
Dialect and accent are defining qualities, infusing your character with an indication of geography, time period, socio-economic background, culture, and individual personality.
The Alexander Technique teaches performers how to release habitual tension in their bodies while performing. Through experiential anatomy, movement studies, and vocal warm-ups, this 10-week class focuses on how to most effectively move, breathe, speak, and emote on stage.
Writing a Libretto
A musical is only as good as its libretto, the piece that marries the plot and character development with musical composition.