Mondays, January 25th-March 7th, 8-10pm
A course that provides the actor a laboratory in which to work and hone specific skills and tools. The goal of the course is to teach the students how to work through the rehearsal process, providing them with knowledge of the steps involved in crafting a performance. This includes practical tools such as, table work, how to get up from the table, how can the actor can best use this time, identifying the events and beats of a scene, making decisions on your feet, detailed work on carving out your beats, and, and polishing the work for performance. Scene selections will be selected with the actor’s personal goals in mind.
Class size is limited to 8 students
This is an adults only course; minimum age 18.
Devon Caraway is an actor and director based in NYC. She holds an MFA from the Brown University/Trinity Repertory Program for Acting and Directing. Previously she recieved a BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, with training from Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, Meisner, and The Classical Studio. Devon has experience working in NY casting offices, The Roundabout Theatre Company and Calleri Casting. She is currently a member of the SDCF Directing Observership Class.
Instructor: Devon Caraway
Sessions: 6-weeks, 2 hours per week
Cost: Donors: $240, Non-Donors: $260
Our Theater Workshops showcase student actors ages 8-18 and teach them to shine!