SESSION 5: Saturday 1:40-3:10

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?

Shakespeare & You

Anne Mitchell

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

B104

Offered in Sessions:

5 ONLY

Translate Shakespeare into a language that makes sense to you! Become a pro at Shakespeare by making it relatable and understandable for today. Learn phrases that have endured centuries to today's pop culture.

Arriving at Acting

Jake Schaefer

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

LIBRARY

Offered in Sessions:

4, 5

An action-style workshop focused on analyzing and, ultimately, arriving at a character. Via several scenes, we will combine elementary Stanislavski system elements (tools) with basic directing principals that young performers can adopt and reuse when starting a new project.

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

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!!

Stand Up Comedy Adjudication

Jason Komm

Workshop Type:

Adjud - Stand up

Room:

C125

Offered in Sessions:

5 ONLY

Stand-Up Comedy Adjudication: Students are pre-registered and expected to be prepared to perform 2 to 5 minutes of original material. Up to two students will be chosen for the Student Showcase Performance. Feedback will be given and discussed amongst participants in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

Auditions & Rejection: Preparing for Both

Suzanne Maguire

Workshop Type:

Audition

Room:

B102

Offered in Sessions:

2, 5

Didn't get cast? Didn't get the part you wanted? This workshop will give you further understanding of all the audition process so you will have the skills and mindset necessary to move from rejection to resilience in a way that builds confidence for auditions, job interviews and every day relationships.

En Guard, Ye Scurvy Knave

Brian Rempel

Workshop Type:

Combat

Room:

MAT ROOM

Offered in Sessions:

4, 5


An introduction to armed stage combat, learn basic attacks, defenses, and body movement to safely choreograph your own sword fight in this hands on interactive workshop. Be prepared to workout for this class.

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.

Yes, and...

Alex Kwamina

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.

Improv for Performance, Play and Everyday

Joshua Scheel

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

C107

Offered in Sessions:

4, 5

We start with high-energy Improv warm-ups. Then using basic Improv elements we will introduce, learn, and play through a selection of short-form games.

One is Not the Loneliest Number

Michael Glatzmaier

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

B122

Offered in Sessions:

5 ONLY

I'm on stage alone what do I do? The show must go on! Being on stage alone can sound scary but this workshop will teach you how hide stage fright, create multiple characters, holding a character and how to improvise a one person show.

What a Character

Michael Winser

Workshop Type:

Improv

Room:

B124

Offered in Sessions:

5, 6

You will learn how to create and hold a character and build a solid scene base using that character.

It's in Mime Eyes

Nancy Gasper

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.

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.

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.

Quick 3d Models for Set Design

Alessia Carpoca

Workshop Type:

Set Design

Room:

C132

Offered in Sessions:

3, 5

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

Paper Costume Design

Alessia Carpoca

Workshop Type:

Costume

Room:

C132

Offered in Sessions:

5 ONLY

Paper Costume Design

The Stage is Your Canvus

Karen Brathovde

Workshop Type:

Acting

Room:

C130

Offered in Sessions:

2, 5

An artist's goal is to tell a story. Like a painter with palate, brushes, and canvas, the actor and director create pictures on stage through blocking, character development, and relationships that can connect the audience with a color wheel of emotions. Life is never as simple as black and white! Participants will use colors and shapes to reflect how a character would react to others and/or to the situations in which they find themselves.

Preparing Winning Monologues

Tom Armitage

Workshop Type:

Audition

Room:

B125

Offered in Sessions:

2, 5

Learn how to find and prepare monologues for festivals, scholarships, and auditions.

Questions? /  Contact gregp@spokaneschools.org

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