The Players Studio offers a diverse set of programming for actor’s of all ages and abilities that is designed to cultivate craft, broaden the mind, and grow artistic abilities. Our resident teaching artists within acting are classically trained and come with a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you reach your goals as a new or seasoned actor. New this season, we will be staging a 2023 Spring FRINGE Festival. Our Actor’s Lab classes from ages 5 to 99 will work throughout the year to devise original, classic, and contemporary material to perform in a festival setting in full production. Venue and date TBD.
All of our acting classes are titled “Actor’s Lab” as we believe teaching a wide variety of theatre arts skills leads to better performers and makers of their craft. Your first class is always free, so book a trial today.
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Students will utilize voice, body, and imagination to learn the foundations of acting. From conception to production, students will be guided by their expert teaching artist as they learn audition techniques, create their own characters for monologues, partake in scene work, learn improvisational skills, and act, act, act! This class culminates into a final performance in the Spring FRINGE Festival.
Students will utilize voice, body, and imagination to learn intermediate foundations of acting. From conception to production, students will be guided by their instructor as they learn audition techniques, create their own characters for monologues, partake in scene work, learn improvisational skills, and act, act, act! This class culminates into a final performance in the 2023 Spring FRINGE Festival.
This class gives a one-of-a-kind look into podcast production. Together, we will adapt and devise into a radio production! The coolest part? We will send out new episodes across all streaming platforms. This class promotes healthy vocal habits, teaches simple techniques in podcast production, pulling and diversifying character voices.
Through exercises based on the work of Stanislavski and Hagen, explore the facets of the craft that allow an actor to immerse himself and take ownership of the given circumstances of the script in a truthful way. Learn tools of the imagination such as endowment, emotional memory, sense memory, object work and creating a moment before. Put these skills to practical use working on simple A/B scenes. This class culminates to a performance in the 2023 Spring FRINGE Festival.
The scene study class will focus on intermediate acting styles and techniques to combine multi-character or partnered work as we explore dialogue in what's not only said, but unsaid, discover character-partner relationships, and learn to connect our mind/bodies to the text in truthful, mindful scopes.