Acting III: Scene Study
- Put your technique into practice
- Rehearse and perform full-length scenes
- Develop your acting chops
- Learn how to work with a director
- There will be outside rehearsal time expected with your scene partners
Prerequisites: Acting II: Process or Film II: Process
Maximum of 10 Students - Meets 6 sessions
Class duration: 2 hours
Meet the Teacher
A North Carolina native, Sarah earned her B.A. in Dramatic Art from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and went on to New York City, where she performed in rock operas, Shakespearean comedy, films, radio commercials, and almost everything in between. During this time, she also developed and produced original plays, falling in love with stepping into emerging collaborative works. Upon returning south, Sarah continued performing in plays, commercials, and voice-overs, and she began working in applied theatre for social change. She spent years co-leading Interactive Theatre Carolina, a social justice theatre ensemble out of UNC’s Student Wellness department, where she wrote, directed, and facilitated performances and workshops using techniques in the lineage of the Theatre of the Oppressed (a tradition that asserts: “theatre is for everyone…even actors”). She has collaborated with UCLA’s traveling AMP! sex ed theatre squad, and recently toured with Kaiser Permanente’s Educational Theatre Program. She continues to travel the country as a facilitator and playwright for Theatre Delta. Sarah recently had the opportunity to spend two years in Spain, where she studied clown and storytelling and was twice featured as a storyteller for Madrid’s La Chispa events. She frequently makes trips to Berkeley, where she is earning a Masters of Arts in Social Change from a small theological seminary, creating projects around theatre as an interfaith (or no faith) spiritual practice.
From Sarah: My classes offer exposure to an array of acting techniques, blending games, exercises, and scene study. Drawing from experience as a yoga instructor and from physical theatre practices, I guide actors to awareness of their breath, body, and intuition.