with Timothy Allen and Adam Newborn
Friday, May 18 - 7:00-10:00
Saturday, May 19 - 10:00-5:00
We are THRILLED to welcome back New York City professional actors Timothy Allen and Adam Newborn! These two amazing actor-instructors were guests at AfterWords Actors Studio in January and the students learned some amazing stuff and had such a wonderful time, we had to have them back!
Don't let the word "Master" throw you; this class is open to all skill levels. If you have any questions or need more information, please contact Kathy at email@example.com
What to Expect...
First Session: Intro to Psycho-Physical and Ensemble Exercises (Tim)
Second Session: Intro to Scene Study and Analysis (Adam)
First Session: Focus on Form, Ease, Beauty, Entirety and Psychological Gestures (Tim)
Second Session: Monologue and Audition Workshop (Adam)
About our Instructors:
Adam graduated with his BFA in Acting from Long Island University C.W. Post. His NY Theatre credits include Mississippi Mud's Production of Orson's Shadow (Sean), Beast: Based of the book Lord of the Flies (Boy), Post Theatre Company's production of Bat Boy: The Musical (Roy/Pan), Romeo and Juliet (The Nurse), Le Misanthrope (Oronte), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Judas). He has also worked in the recent production of Angels in America at Civic Theatre of Allentown as Belize. His most recent film credit includes "The Get Down" directed by Baz Luhrman. He is currently working on his new web series called "Good For You".
Adam will be teaching a class that is focused on scene study, audition technique, and monologues. You will be working with him on how to discover the nuances of the scenes and characters you are working on. He will also discuss the realities of working as a professional actor to help take the fear out of it and bring the fun and focus back into it.
Tim is a New York based actor, teacher, and director. He has an MFA in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University. Some of his recent performing credits include Troika National/International Tours (Annie, Harold Ickes, Rooster u/s), Off-Broadway: Snapple Theatre (Pirate Story); Regional: SurfLight (Wizard of OZ, Scarecrow); Moonlight (Fiddler, Motel); Beck Center (LSOH, Seymour; Fiddler, Motel; SpellingBee, Leaf). As an educator he currently teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and has taught various courses in acting and musical theatre at CUNY York College, San Diego State University, JCC of La Jolla, and Beck Center for the Arts. He has studied extensively with the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium and completed his training as a certified teacher of the Michael Chekhov technique.
Tim will specialize in movement training, ensemble, and improvisation techniques.