SESSION 3: Saturday 9:00-10:30

Building Character Through Movement

Patrick Dizney

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C121

Offered in Sessions:

3, 6

This fun, moving and hands on workshop is based on the work of Stella Adler and Viewpoints. Discover ways we can use movement as means of character development. This workshop will teach exercises in imagination, character specific physicality, relationship dynamics and creative storytelling. Come ready to move, interact and have fun!!!

Business of Acting

Anne Lillian Mitchell

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C101

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3

How to cultivate yourself as a business to set yourself on the path to the best success. From taming rejection to communication to social media to branding, how to set yourself apart from the pack.

Seducing Your Audience

Michael Murray

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C119

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3, 5

This is hot! This workshop is all live scenes, starring you with live coaching and immediate feedback on the magic you just created. For actors and those who love acting, this is 90 minutes of warm wonder, wow and what just happened?

Voice Over for Actors

Samantha Vale

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C107

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3

Have you ever wanted to be a 4 inch tall garden gnome, traipsing through the forests? Or maybe a giant robot causing chaos in the city? Well, with voiceover work, anything is possible! With Voiceover for Beginners, you'll learn some basics to help break into the world of voiceover work, and play with your voice in ways you didn't think possible.

Introduction to Stand-Up Comedy

Jason Komm

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C125

Offered in Sessions:

1, 2, 3

Learn about how to get started in the world of stand-up comedy. We will discuss the basics of joke writing and performing. Students will be given the opportunity to write and perform material in front of a live audience.

Introduction to the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique

Ashley DeMoville

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C134

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5

Introduction to the Michael Chekhov Acting Technique

Is There Life After High School Theatre: College Auditioning 101

Ryan Childers & Suzanne Maguire

Workshop Type:

Audition

Room:

B102

Offered in Sessions:

3 ONLY

So you love theatre, now what? How do you audition for top theatre colleges and what important educational steps go into insuring a solid performing career for life? Come learn the answers to these questions and more from a professional actor and acting professor. This workshop is specific designed for juniors and seniors who are close to that next chapter in their lives.

Oooh, That Looked Like It Hurt

Brian Rempel

Workshop Type:

Combat

Room:

MAT ROOM

Offered in Sessions:

3 ONLY

An introduction to un-armed stage combat, learn basic attacks, defenses, and body movement to safely choreograph your own fight in this hands on interactive workshop. We will also cover various techniques including but not limited to rolls, hair pulls, break falls, chokes. Be prepared to workout for this class.

Stage Combat- Broad Sword

Bryan Durbin

Workshop Type:

Combat

Room:

LOWER COMMONS

Offered in Sessions:

2, 3, 4, 6

Stage Combat- Broad Sword

Musical Theatre Dance for Non-Dancers

Miranda Hein

Workshop Type:

Dance

Room:

BLACK BOX

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5


An introduction to moving with music, common choreography, and tips for auditioning as a non-dancer in musical theatre; wear comfortable clothes and shoes.

So You Think You Can Improvise - Improv 101

Alex Kwamina

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

B120

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3

Join us for an Intro to Improv where you will learn the fundamental components and principles of Improv. We will explore Improv exercises, spontaneity, teamwork, 2 person scene work and games.

It's in Mime Eyes

Joshua Scheel

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

C128

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5

You can’t see a glass box. It’s literally transparent. You CAN see a pair of scissors, or a cantankerous cat, but how do you show that in improv with only your hands? “Lazy object work” is an epidemic in improv that is often given a pass. Enrich your scenes with objects out of thin air.

Creating on the Spot Stories One Word at a Time

Liz Schroeder

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

B122

Offered in Sessions:

2, 3

Let go of control and share the surprises of creating stories in the moment. We start with a word at a time and build from there. By the end of the workshop your scenes will tell a cohesive story. It all starts with one word.

Yes, and...

Michael Winser

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

C131

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5, 6

Participants in this workshop will discover "Yes" all over again! We use exercises that will make everyone remember just why they started improvising in the first place. This is also a great workshop for learning how to keep a conversation continuing and positive.

Connecting through Improvisation

Frank Tano

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

C123

Offered in Sessions:

3 ONLY

This workshop is focused on teaching students how to connect in improv through invested listening and eye contact. Discovering group mind for small and large scenes.

Lighting on Purpose

Matthew Day

Workshop Type:

Light

Room:

C122

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5

A detailed look into color schemes, choosing the right instruments, providing adequate angle and intensity for the application, and how to work seamlessly with other departments in a play.

Make up Ice and Snow Effects

Kara McCollum

Workshop Type:

Makeup

Room:

B124

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3

Learn how to create the look of frost, ice, snow, and bitter cold. The class will include a demonstration and supplies to try it yourself. This is a hands-on class and best enjoyed if you are prepared to apply to your your own face or a partner's.

Moulage Makeup

Linda Harrison and James Harrison

Workshop Type:

Makeup

Room:

B112

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3, 5

Learn moulage techniques and get some hands on experience with expert coaching. Learn medium techniques and makeup tips.

3D Printing

Shana Joslyn

Workshop Type:

Props

Room:

C130

Offered in Sessions:

3, 4

A discussion and demonstration of FDM 3d printing and hand props.

Quick 3d Models for Set Design

Alessia Carpoca

Workshop Type:

Scenic

Room:

C132

Offered in Sessions:

3, 4

Quick 3d models for set design

Everyone Loves a Campfire - Except for the Marshmallows

Matthew Weaver

Workshop Type:

Writing

Room:

D108

Offered in Sessions:

1, 3, 5

Everyone Loves a Campfire - Except for the Marshmallows: How to be a Playwright in a Few Easy Steps and Some Difficult Ones

Stage vs. Screen

Jason Michael Snow

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

STAGE

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5

What's the difference for acting in front of a camera vs. acting in front of an audience?? It's all about details, specificity, and energy. And we'll get into all of it!!

Questions? /  Contact gregp@spokaneschools.org

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