Spring 2020 Showcase – The Funniest Tragedian
In our spring showcase, students share short monologues and scenes from several of Chekhov’s major plays. Scenes will highlight the ensemble nature of the great playwright’s works. They will also showcase his great humanism and quirky ability to dramatize both the heartbreak and hilarity of what it means to be human: to love and long; to hope and dream: to lose and to carry on.
Spring 2020 Training: Stanislavsky’s Active Analysis
To Prepare for this showcase students will practice etudes in concentration and attention building still taught to this day at the Moscow Art Theatre. They will also study “Active Analysis” an improvisational rehearsal practice developed by Konstantin Stanislavsky developed late in his career to help the actor bring her authentic psychological and physical responses into alignment with the given circumstances of their character as written in the playwright’s text.
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|Thursday||April 30, 2020||8:00 pm|
|Friday||May 1, 2020||8:00 pm|
|Saturday||May 2, 2020||8:00 pm|
|Sunday||May 3, 2020||2:00 pm|