Details

Session: Fall 2020
Chapter:  Midlothian
Location:  KingsWay Community Church
Time:  5:00pm - 6:30pm
Day:  Monday
Starts:  09/14
Ages:  15-19
Tuition:  $225.00
Extra Fee:  $50.00 (Academy Fee)
Open Spots:  0

** Registration ended September 18, 2020 at 1:00pm

This class is full!

Class Description

AUDITION ONLY! This year our advanced acting academy will take on the difficult style of comedy.  Comedy is notoriously difficult to master, but in this class students will spend time learning how to apply basic acting technique to a comedic script. The class will include physical work, introduction to comedic perspective, understanding the relationship between performer and audience in a comedy, character development, and script analysis. Students will learn how to use these techniques to produce honest yet comedic performances that will culminate in a full length comedic play. The specific play will be chosen after the members of the class are selected.

COVID PHASE CHANGE POLICY - During the covid-19 pandemic, if it becomes necessary to return to Virginia Phase 1, the current classes will become virtual.

Please see our Refund Policy here.
Prerequisite: Students are asked to fill out an Academy Application and send in an audition video by Saturday, August 22, at midnight. Students need to video themselves performing a monologue from the list below. Students do NOT need to memorize the monologue, and can read it, but need to perform it in character. Please email carson@cworkstheater.org if you have any conflicts with the audition deadline. Class spots will be offered before registration begins.

Teacher:


Rebecca McNamee

Becky started dancing at 3 years old after she saw Singin' In The Rain and never looked back. She graduated with a BA in Musical Theater from James Madison University in 2009. Becky was fortunate enough to direct as well as perform at school and found that she loved teaching and directing as much as she loved performing. Becky performed professionally at various regional theaters and in DC before moving to Richmond. Some of her favorite past roles include Philia in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Hunyak in Chicago, Rusty in Footloose, and Sally in You're a Good Man Charlie Brown. She enjoys sharing her love of Jesus and performing with her students both in our Academy class program and as a show director. Becky and her husband, Shane, have 2 daughters, Emma and Clara.

Class Location:

14111 Sovereign Grace Drive, Midlothian, VA 23114