I hope that you and your family had a wonderful holiday season and are ready for everything that 2013 has to offer! We have been busy preparing for our incredible line up of winter classes. We are so proud of the work we get to do with our students and hope that you will consider joining us in this new year!
Education Director Georgia Ensemble Theatre
The Saturday Workshop Series:
It’s All Greek to Me
January 19- March 2
The Saturday Workshop Series is an amazing class that grows with your child. We focus on the core performance skills of movement, voice and acting while working within a theme or style. This January, we will embark on an adventure of mythic proportions. Delving into the roots of theatre history we will work with masks and scene work from Aesop’s Fables (Junior Ensemble), Greek Mythology (Elementary Ensemble), and Classical Greek theatre (Upper Ensemble).
Class will take place at Chrysalis Experiential Academy on February 2nd and 16th.
The Film Intensive for Teens
with Cara Mantella
Cara Mantella has worked in both film and on stage and will bring a unique perspective to young actors who may have an interest in film and television work. She will discuss finding an agent, head shots, and will work with students on refining their acting style for the camera.
For more information about Cara and her experience, please visit her website: caramantella.com
Seven Practical Steps:
Two Day Film Intensive with Shannon Eubanks
January 19th and 20th
(1:00-5:00 p.m. both days)
Join professional Atlanta Actress and Director Shannon Eubanks in this two-day film acting class. Seven Practical Steps take you from “I’ve never seen this scene before” to “I’m ready to audition!”
Shannon Eubanks has over thirty years of experience developing film technique and teaching at the high school, college, post-graduate., and professional level in Los Angeles and across the U.S.
The Adult Class:
The Shakespeare Experience
With Allen O’Reilly
January 14- February 18
Join veteran actor and director Allen O’Reilly (Georgia Shakespeare) for this class that will make Shakespeare’s text accessible and fun. Students will work with partners on scenes in addition to monologues. Allen’s class is fun, energetic, intellectual, and engaging; so much so that students are returning for a second go! There is still space available for this magnificent class, but hurry, space is limited and this class filled last year!
We look forward to seeing you in one of our classes soon! Thank you for supporting live theater and arts education!
To register for classes, please call Education Director Laurel Crowe at 770.641.1260 ext. 232.
For more information about our education programming, please visit our website at: www.get.org
Georgia Ensemble Theatre
at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center
Roswell, Georgia 30077-0607