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DISCOVER THE ARTIST WITHIN @ EVERYMAN THEATRE WINTER TEEN CLASSES
Every actor needs a strong foundation
Everyman Theatre's Foundations of Acting Series is designed for students in grades 9-12. Each class features a deep dive into core concepts led by dynamic theatre professionals. With a focus on process and practice, not on final performance, students will share work exclusively for their ensemble of peers and the artists working to support them in order to build a strong foundation.
Register for a Foundations of Acting Series class by Saturday, December 24 and use code IMAGINATION at check out to receive $10 off your total order! Let us know your purchase is a gift and we'll supply you with a gift receipt for opening.
Foundation: Text Analysis WHEN: Sat, Jan 7 - Feb 4 | 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM (No class Jan 28) Each Foundations class features a deep dive into core concepts led by dynamic theatre professionals. In this foundation, dig deep and tackle text from a wide variety of theatrical genres! Learn helpful tools and strategies to dissect a scene and translate it into action for the stage.
Brandon McCoy is a professional actor, director, and playwright living based in Washington, DC. His work has been featured at numerous area theaters including Round House Theatre, Imagination Stage, Theatre J, Rep Stage, Studio Theatre, Studio Theatre 2nd Stage, Arena Stage, Olney Theatre Center, No Rules, The Bay Theatre, Forum Theatre,Theatre Alliance, and The Keegan Theatre where he is a proud company member. Brandon is also a college professor and teaches at Catholic University, American University, George Washington University, Howard and Harford Community College, and Montgomery College. He holds an MFA in Acting from the Catholic University of America and a BFA in Acting/Directing from Marshall University.
Ray and Nan Ficca Teaching Foundation: Audition Technique This course will be taught in tandem by Ray and Nan Ficca.
ay is the President of The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Washington, DC. He has been acting professionally for more than 25 years, appearing in over 150 productions on regional stages nationwide. He is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association.
Nan has worked in the theater business for more than 20 years in all areas of management and technical theater, and continues to work as a producer (SAG/AFTRA) and casting director with occasional forays into stage management and lighting and props design.