TEEN STREET FILMS
"The acting was first-rate throughout the film." - Wm Pierce, Examiner.com
(Review of Teen Street's "The Tortolita Twelve," Prescott Film Festival)
Now entering its fourth season, Teen Street's mission is to provide a safe and empowering environment in which teen performers can expand their creative expression through advanced actor training and the creation of original works of film.
Beginning February 9th, company members will meet two Sundays per month from 1-5 p.m. for on-going actor training with Director Steve Anderson, and the development of a short film script company members will star in, to be shot in June. Regular sessions will take place at KU Studios, home of Kids Unlimited, at 6066 N. Oracle Rd.
About the director: Steve Anderson earned his MFA in Acting in 1991, has performed off-Broadway and in Regional Theatre, and has been training actors for the past 20 years. He recently directed the feature-length film "Lucky U Ranch," a coming-of-age story set in 1953.
For more info, please visit www.steveandersonacting.com.
DO I NEED TO REGISTER?: Yes. Space is limited. Please email Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520.981.0145. You will receive an audition form and more season schedule information when you register.
WHEN: Saturday, January 25 from 4-5:30 p.m.
WHERE: KU Studios. 6066 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson.
WHAT TO PREPARE: This audition is a group audition in the spirit of an improvisation workshop. No monologue necessary.
WHAT TO WEAR: Comfortable clothing appropriate for stretching, movement, and floor work.
WHAT TO BRING: Your most creative and positive self, a hand towel, and a bottle of water.
COMPANY DUES: $80/month. Some scholarships may be available for low-income families.
"If there's a better teacher within 500 miles...or a thousand miles...I'd like to know who it is." - David Greenwood, Actor
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