ACTING FOR TEENAGERS

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Class #119293
ACTING FOR TEENAGERS

Tuition: $150 + $10 reg. fee
Wednesdays 4pm-6pm
4/11-5/2 (four meetings)

Seattle: University of Washington
Max. enrollment: 18. Spaces left: 17


Looking for an acting class specifically for teenagers?

Acting for Teens is a four week beginning acting workshop, held in Seattle on the University of Washington campus. It covers the fundamentals of acting, and is designed for teenagers who are serious about developing their acting skills. 

Students will learn about positions on the stage, movement and gestures, creating a scene without words, entering and exiting in character, and how to perform short scenes with others. 

No memorization is required, just the fun of getting up and performing short scenes to get comfortable with the acting world. Plus, information on auditioning and performance opportunities for teenaged actors in Seattle. This class is open to total beginners. Intermediate level students are also welcome.


NOTE:  Rick May’s Voiceover 101 class is also open to teenagers (it is a mixed class open to both teens and adults).


About the Instructor: Rick May has directed or appeared in over 350 professional stage productions, ranging from Shakespeare to musical comedy.  In addition to his appearance in major motion pictures, TV shows and commercials, Rick has been featured in many popular video games.  In “Star Fox 64” he is the voice of Peppy Hare and Andross, in “Age of Empires II” he is the narrator and voice of Genghis Khan, and is The Soldier in the ongoing game series “Team Fortress II.”