Tuesday Evening Classes

Tuesday Night Classes are designed for students who are busy during the day but still want to pursue their education in the arts!  All Tuesday Night courses are aimed toward both the experienced actor and those new to the stage!

One Day Workshops

Equip the Performer – Audition Workshops!

April 18 & April 25

4:00-7:00pm

Cost: $35 per Workshop

We heard you! Auditions are frightening! You don’t know what to expect! What is the director is looking for? Where and how do I begin preparing for an audition? Well our specially designed audition workshops are back!! Each workshop will arm students with information and equip them with the necessary skills to take the fear out of auditioning, allowing them to have fun and have personally successful experience. Don’t think you’ll audition but you still want to learn? No problem! By taking these workshops you’ll hone your acting skills which will help you throughout life.

April 18 – The Scripted Audition  Every play involves a script! In this workshop students will practice and hone their ‘cold reading’ skills and how to work with others in auditions. Students will also practice going through an actual audition process.

April 25 – The Flexible Audition When an actor goes to an audition not only must they be prepared but adaptable! In this workshop we will expand our spontaneity through improv exercises and monologue work

Online Registration  Liability Waiver

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Past Workshops – 

Stage Combat 2-Day Workshop!

 

img_1391 January 17 & 24 4:00-7:00

$70/Student

Put on your best fight face and join us for a rebel rousing good time! Students will learn basic  components of how to create realistic and safe punches, hair pulls, slaps and more! Both workshops will focus on putting these skills to tell a good story with a punch!

No prerequisite! All Students welcome!



Enrich the Character

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February 7 – March 14, 4:00-7:30

$160/Student

This workshop builds off skills learned in Fast Track. Students will continue to learn how to build realistic and truthful three-dimensional characters through in-depth improvisational scenes, monologue work and short scripted pieces. Students will work to improve their active listening and observation skills while on stage, plus learn how to truthfully communicate character  intentions from the stage to the audience.

*must have completed a CB Productions course*