Acting Styles
Course Overview

Building on the skills learned in Acting 101 & Acting 201, Acting 301 focuses on acting in two particular styles. In this first iteration of Acting Styles, participants will explore comedy in the absurdist vein (i.e. Beckett, Ionesco, and Pinter) and Shakespeare. Throughout the session students will work on contrasting scenes and/or monologues from these styles, learning how to approach Shakespeare’s heightened language and a different type of comedy.

8 WEEK CLASSES INCLUDE: A student pass for FREE ADMISSION to shows at PHIT! Access to Improv Practice Groups! The Graduation Show for family and friends! And more!
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