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Monday: Acting I [Ages 8-12]

04/23/2018 05:30 PM - 06/04/2018 06:30 PM ET

Category

Youth Classes

Admission

  • $115.00

Location

Performance Gallery

Summary

Are you interested in becoming more well-spoken and confident? (Click title for more info)

Teaching Artist: Peter Bisgaier
Mondays, 5:30-6:30pm: 6 sessions
April 23 - June 4, 2018 (no class 5/28)
Members: $81 | Regular: $90
Late fee of $25 will apply from April 16, 2018

Description

In this class, actors will develop these skills and more, including learning how to work as a group, improvise, follow directions, create characters, and tell compelling stories. Students will acquire basic theater skills through games and activities that promote focus, communication, teamwork, and listening skills. Come join us and find what out kind of character you are!

About the Teaching Artist: Peter Bisgaier began working as a professional actor as a child in Haddonfield, NJ.  He earned a BFA in theater from the University of Southern California in 1994 and then spent several years working in theaters around the country before settling in New York City.  There, he founded the Empire Theater Company and produced several successful plays including the World Stage Premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” which he also adapted for the stage.  Mr. Bisgaier is also as a screenwriter and won a grand prize for his screenplay “Klaus” which is currently under option.  Additionally, Mr. Bisgaier is an artist-in-residence with theater groups and schools and works as the Production Manager for the West Windsor Arts Council. Peter Bisgaier began working as a professional actor as a child in Haddonfield, NJ.  He earned a BFA in theater from the University of Southern California in 1994 and then spent several years working in theaters around the country before settling in New York City.  There, he founded the Empire Theater Company and produced several successful plays including the World Stage Premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” which he also adapted for the stage.  Mr. Bisgaier is also as a screenwriter and won a grand prize for his screenplay “Klaus” which is currently under option.  Additionally, Mr. Bisgaier is an artist-in-residence with theater groups and schools and works as the Production Manager for the West Windsor Arts Council.

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