Our Winter Master Class Series will focus on different ways of portraying and expressing a characters. In a four-part series, attendees will learn upper level acting techniques to tell stories on the stage. Accessible to a wide variety of ages and skill levels, these workshops will enrich the abilities of all performers. Those who register for the Master Class Series also have the option of auditioning for the main stage production of Peter and the Starcatcher.
This master class series and Peter and the Starcatcher is limited to ages 10 and up. Those wishing to audition for Peter and the Starcatcher in addition to the Master Class Series should note that this show will require more focus, stamina, and maturity from performers than other shows. Minimum age is 10, recommended age is 12+ to audition for the show. Please reach out with any questions!
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Master Class Schedule:
12/12/23 - Puppetry
1/9/24 - Viewpoints Exploration
1/16/24 - Anatomy of a Scene
1/23/24 - Monologue and Audition Workshop
Danielle Wright is a Tucson native who got her start in theater at age 6 through Tom Thumb Players. In 2007, she received a BA from Brigham Young University's College of Theatre and Media Arts. Since then, she has continued her work in the theater and film industries, involving a variety of projects from large-scale concerts and stadium shows to community theater productions to feature films. She currently works full time as the Director of Events and Volunteers at SARSEF, a STEM education nonprofit. She also loves to sew, cook, travel, and do puzzles.
Hayley Lionheart earned her MFA in writing for the Stage and Screen at Florida State University’s prestigious College of Motion Picture Arts. During her time at FSU, she spent a semester at Theatre Academy London where she studied under BBC producer Katherine Bailey and Oscar Winning Screenwriter Rebecca Lenkiewicz. After graduation she worked on an adaptation for New York Times Best Selling Author Juliana Baggot, while simultaneously fostering her love of teaching. Working under Louisiana State University’s Continuing Education program, Hayley ran Graphic Design, Filmmaking and Photography summer camps for students ages 14-18. She currently co-teaches Humanities, runs a middle school film club, and manages Library Programing at Tucson Hebrew Academy.
There are entrances to the church on Woodland Ave/4th St./Craycroft Rd.. Please park in rear parking lot and walk your student onto church grounds. The site coordinator will be located at the ramada for you to sign in/out.