Monday, April 27, 2015



From: Royce Sparks []
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ANNOUNCED! Tucson 2015 Summer Meisner Technique Intensive





Authenticity. Spontaneity. Practicality. Truthfulness.




An eight session workshop that introduces you to Sanford Meisner, one of the most influential theatre teachers in performance history, and can change your entire way of working as a performer. 


Facebook event:


When: June 23-30, Tucson, AZ. Eight sessions total.


Dates and times:


June 23: 6-10pm 

June 24: 6-10pm 

June 25: 6-10pm 

June 26: 6-10pm 

June 27: 10:30-5:30pm 

June 28: 2:30-5:30pm 

June 29: 6-10pm 

June 30: 6-10pm


Where: KU Studios; 6066 N. Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ.


Cost: $175, with two fully paid scholarships available for artists/students on a budget.


A special 10% early bird discount is available if you book and pay before May 15!


More information:


Sanford Meisner's name and training system is connected to some of the greatest names of the American stage and screen: Gregory Peck, Diane Keaton, Robert Duvall, Kim Basinger, Gene Hackman, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Dylan McDermott, Jeff Goldblum and David Mamet, among many others. Today, his work is seen as essential for the performer wishing to bring more authenticity, spontaneity, truthfulness, specificity and being in the moment into their work. 


In five simple yet deep exercises participants will learn the entire architecture of the Meisner technique. Moreso, they may discover a way of working that transforms, lightens and enriches their entire way of being as an artist. At the end of this workshop, participants will have both a comprehensive understanding of the Meisner technique and its values, as well as having tools to take immediately into their work. 


This workshop is ideal for the following people:


anyone who has ever heard the phrase "be in the moment" and secretly wondered what that really meant 


performers who want in-depth exposure to something new and relevant 


performers seeking tools for being truthful, spontaneous, and impulsive in their work 


performers wanting to bring more authenticity into their performances 


directors wishing to discover new approaches to authenticity and truthfulness for actors 


writers wanting to understand and experience the process of the performer from the inside 


performers of other mediums, including physical theatre, dance, puppetry, performance poetry, and storytelling looking to be more engaged and alive in their work 


people who suffer from anxiety in either public speaking, performance, or day-to-day interactions and wish to improve their communications skills 


practitioners and researchers interested in behavior and ways to explore its momentary nature


PLACES AND RESERVATIONS: Spots are limited to twelve people total; e-mail to reserve yours now. Unless discussed otherwise, payment is due within 10 days of being accepted into the course.


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