Fall Acting Classes

Fall Acting Classes 2019

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Weekly Classes

The fall classes focus on building your theatrical skills: improv, scene study, and movement. Small class size means plenty of individual instruction, and the supportive, high-energy environment brings out the best in every student.  Whether you’re checking us out for the first time, or a summer camp veteran looking to hone your craft, these classes will take your acting to the next level.  All classes end with a showcase performance in December.

Sundays, October 13th through December 15th

  • December 15th: Showcase (open to the public)
  • No class December 1st (Thanksgiving break)

Acting & Improvisation

Perfect for young performers, this class gives budding actors an overview of the art of performing through fun improvisation games and rehearsing short scenes.

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Scene Study & Acting Technique

This scene study class gives students practice preparing a role in a play. Delve into the core of the scenes through rehearsals and improvisational games that teach acting technique and result in real growth as an actor.

Sixth graders accepted at permission of instructor.  Please email Jeanne at jeharrison@travelingplayers.org

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Movement For The Actor

Ever felt like you get cast in the same roles over and over again?  It’s probably because your body is locked into the same expressive form.  Increase your mobility, express-ability…and castability!   We will begin this class by analyzing your movement strengths and habits, and then we will expand your range with movement investigations — thereby expanding the types of characters that you can convincingly portray on stage.  Best yet: you’ll get a Movement Workbook to chronicle your investigations and discoveries in – a place you can return to again and again while working on each new play and role. This class is great for students who have been exposed to physical theatre, like Commedia dell’Arte, as well as those who have done Shakespeare and basic acting training.  Class size is limited, so sign up early!

Ninth graders accepted at permission of instructor.  Please email Jeanne at jeharrison@travelingplayers.org

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Field Trips
The Maryland Renaissance Festival

Must be at least 12yrs old or in 7th grade to participate, Parents welcome! Rain or Shine!
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Private Tutoring
One-on-one Monologue Coaching

Applying to college? Need to sharpen up those audition monologues? Get some pointers from TPE’s founder & producing artistic director, Jeanne E. Harrison.

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By appointment only. Contact jeharrison@travelingplayers.org.

One-Day Intensives, Field Trips

During the fall, we also offer several One-day intensives, focusing on skills like stage combat, improv, clowning, and Commedia dell’Arte. We also offer some fun Field Trips!

The Maryland Renaissance Festival

Must be at least 12yrs old or in 7th grade to participate, Parents welcome! Rain or Shine!
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