Class (Calgary): Acting Level 2 for 55 Plus

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Class (Calgary): Acting Level 2 for 55 Plus

 

Acting Level 2: Monday Evenings 7:45- 9:15 pm March 11, 18, 25 and April 01. This four-week course focuses on using your experience and inherent skills to expand your acting abilities. This course will focus on connecting you to your onstage impulses, diving into the imagination and becoming comfortable in front of an audience. We will be working with text but no memorization is required. Prerequisite: “Introduction to Acting” strongly recommended.

Instructor – Megan Fox: Megan has been involved in various independent productions throughout the Greater Vancouver Area. Highlights include The Boy Who Fell From The Sky – An interactive, touring adaption of The Little Prince performed for various schools and children’s group over the course of a summer – and I Feel Ya’ Ophelia, an award-winning adaption of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Megan studied at SFU in theatre performance and production from 2008-2013. Most recently she has done stand up comedy, improv, and held a small series of wacky workshops introducing Calgary artists to her favorite discipline -The Grotowski Method, which Megan has learnt in school and through various workshops with Master Teachers. Megan currently works full-time at Arts Commons as a House Manager at the Jack Singer Concert Hall, and at Engineered Air Theatre and various other venues. For the past two years Megan has had the privilege of teaching Acting with the FLC Seniors.

All Acting classes will take place in the Seniors Room on the 2nd floor of the Trico Centre and are sponsored by the FLC Seniors Club.

Class will cost $40.00 for 4 Monday Evenings. For more information or to register in this class please contact Louise Day Acting Club Coordinator [email protected].

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