Building a Character
ONLINE CLASS: As Stanislavski said, the art of living truthfully on the stage is a complex process that begins with character development. This practical course will teach the process of creating the personality of a given character through an exploration of their unique responses to the given circumstances and unfolding events of a play. By building a character from the ground up, students will learn to feel logical and to perceive and think like a real person on stage. For actors with some scene study experience.
Price: $ 300.00
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Online Class requirements (Zoom Meetings): You will need a computer, tablet, or smartphone with a camera (built-in or plug-in), speakers, microphone (or telephone), and a broadband internet connection (1 mbs/sec or greater). Courses will not be recorded. Students must attend during scheduled meeting times.
No class July 4th
José Carrasquillo is a theatre director and educator. Recent credits include The Brothers Size at 1st Stage in Reston, Virginia and Rhinoceros at Tantrum Theatre in Athens, Ohio. Favorite local credits include Nat Turner in Jerusalem, The Body of an American, El Paso Blue, After the Fall and Happy Days. He has taught/lectured or directed at The Theatre Lab, Juilliard School of Drama, UMD at College Park, Catholic University, the University of Washington (Seattle), Cornish College for the Arts, Ohio University at Athens, and the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. Jose serves as the Director of Artistic Programming at Ford’s Theatre.