Details

Session: Summer 2020
Chapter:  Tucson
Location:  ONLINE
Time:  3:00pm - 5:00pm
Day:  Saturday
Starts:  08/08
Ages:  13-18
Tuition:  $150.00
Open Spots:  2

Class Description

In this 3-part workshop, participants will learn techniques that encourage the perfect ‘state-of-being’ for performance.  Whatever the style, the most magnetic performers tend to be:

-Relaxed
-Grounded
-Impulsive
-Outwardly-Focused & Connected
-Empathetic
-Driven by Strong & Clear Intentions
-“Experiencing” the Moment Through Heightened Senses vs “Showing” the Moment
-Emotionally Available

Ultimately, the goal of most performers, whether on stage or film, is to be mesmerizing to an audience…even when doing very little…and even in perfect stillness.  This workshop series provides a pathway to that kind of presence.

 
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Teacher:


Steve Anderson

Steve earned his MFA in Acting from the Professional Theatre Training Program at Brandeis University in 1991, where he received a full-tuition scholarship and teaching assistantship. As an actor, he worked off-Broadway with Obie Award-winner Ralph Lee & The Mettawee River Theatre Company, and in regional theatre. Steve co-produced and starred in My Poor Marat with Emmy Award-winning television producer Burt Rosen as a vehicle to raise funds for the Bosnian Relief Effort. While in Los Angeles, he was also a member of the Blue Line Theatre Company, performing in the DramaLogue Award-Winning play, The Walker Women of Willow Grove, among others. While in Boston, Steve worked at the Huntington Theatre Company, the New Rep, the Majestic, and the Boston Publick. Steve has been an acting teacher and private coach for over 20 years and is the founder and director of Teen Street Films in Tucson, AZ. Steve's first feature as a director, LUCKY U RANCH, is now being distributed by Random Media and his award-winning short film, THE SECRET LIVES OF TEACHERS is currently playing on ShortsTV.