The Bennett TheatreLab & Conservatory
Beginning & Intermediate Technique Classes
Have you wondered what the secrets of great performing artists are, and how you could work toward becoming one yourself?
In our Beginning & Intermediate Technique classes you will experience the foundation of what Stanislavsky considered his "greatest discovery after 40 years of research, Psychophysical Action: The "secret" deemed by all great actors to organic behavior and spontaneity in performance.
Master Teacher, Philip G. Bennett, will teach share with you what he has found to be the most successful acting techniques from his 50 years of teaching the System. You will learn: Focus & Concentration through Yoga based Meditation, Psychophysical Conditioning Exercises that unite the mind and body and release spontaneous emotions, all 89 Elements of the Stanislavsky System based on Action, Short and Long-form Dramatic Improvisation tools used with Active Analysis through Physical Actions and applied to the interpretation of a text, Monologue & Scene Study, but to name a few.
Beginning & Intermediate Technique.
Late Spring Term: May 4 through June 17, 2019
Summer Term: July 6 through August 17, 2019
Saturdays: 12:00- 3:00pm.
Located at The Historic Y: 738 North 5th Avenue, Conference Room
Cost: $175 for Technique Classes (Saturdays Only).
$350 for Technique & Shakespeare Classes (Saturdays & Sundays).
**Please note that classes are ongoing throughout the year, and curriculum is customized & based on current enrollment.
Call for a complimentary class audit: 520.468.1664.
More Information at: BennettTheatreLab.com
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Philip G. Bennett, Artistic Director, Hollywood Dramalogue Award winner. Internationally Recognized Teacher & Director of the Stanislavsky System of Acting has been teaching the System for 49 years. Bennett is the co-author of: Experiencing Stanislavsky Today, (Rutledge Academic Publishers, London). Available on Amazon.
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