Thursday, June 10, 2010

Tucson: TheatreLab Conservatory, mid-term summer 2010 program


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TheatreLab Conservatory “A Place for Mutual Growth”


The TheatreLab Conservatory is accepting a limited number of persons (2 or 3 max) for our mid-term summer 2010 program.


Classes meet twice weekly:

Monday evening 6:30 to 9:45     

Ensemble Improvisation Technique


The class explores how to use the Stanislavski System's technique of     Physical Actions in a group setting: it includes, Psychophysical                 Conditioning Exercises, Voice and Speech (exercises from the Royal Shakespeare Company), Short and Long-form Dramatic                         Improvisations, Monologue and Scene work.  Active, "on-your-feet", Text Analysis, and Public Performances for those who are ready to try out their new skills.


Saturday Mentorship: 10:00 am to 1:30 pm (by appointment)   


This is a private or semi-private lesson with the instructor and one 

or two entering students.


The first steps in the Stanislavski System of Acting will be thoroughly     discussed, explored and absorbed through Psychophysical Conditioning Exercises, Silent Physical Action based Improvisations.


Tuition cost is $200.00, just $25 dollars a class!

Must be paid the first class and on 1 July.

Classes begin on Monday, Monday June 12 and conclude with 3 "Open

Class" student performances on Sunday, July 11th.


Auditing is Free!


CALL: Philip Bennett, Artistic Director, at his office, Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 4:00 pm, a message may be left at all other times and will be promptly returned.  520-829-7543




Mr. Bennett is an internationally recognized master instructor of the Stanislavski System of Acting and received his degree in Theatre Arts and Sciences from the prestigious American Stanislavski Theatre in New York, where he also served as Instructor, Actor and Assistant Artistic Director.




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