Shakespeare

Shakespeare Workshop for Actors Grades 7 – 12

On Monday evenings January 22 – March 26 (excluding Feb. 5 and 16) from 7-9 pm accomplished actress and educator Julia Levo will create an exciting and positive environment in which actors will delve into a comprehensive exploration of scenes and monologues from one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, Macbeth. Students will explore this play in an intensive eight-week acting program designed exclusively for middle and high school students.

Students will develop skills in character development, vocal technique, acting craft, and text analysis. Key scenes and monologues (using non-traditional casting) will be woven together and performed for an invited audience during the last class.

This eight-week program is $250 per New Pond Farm Member and $275 per Non-member

Registration is required, space is limited. Please register online or by calling (203) 938-2117.

Winter Shakespeare

Please join accomplished actress and educator Julia Levo at New Pond Farm (101 Marchant Road) Monday evenings January 23 to March 27 (excluding February 20) from 7 to 9 pm and delve into a comprehensive exploration of scenes and monologues from some of Shakespeare’s greatest plays. From Richard the III to Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth to Othello, we will explore these in an intensive eight-week acting program designed exclusively for middle and high school students.

Students will develop skills in character development, vocal technique, acting craft, and text analysis. Key scenes and monologues (using non-traditional casting) will be woven together and performed for an invited audience during the last class.

This eight-week program for Middle and High School Actors costs $250 for New Pond Farm members and $275 for non-members.

Please register here or by calling (203) 938-2117.

Winter Shakespeare for Middle School and High School Actors

Accomplished actress, educator, and former Education Director for American Globe Theatre, Julia Levo, will create an exciting and positive environment in which actors will delve into a comprehensive exploration of one of the Bard’s greatest tragedies.

Scenes and monologues will leap off the page and onto the stage in this intensive eight-week acting program designed exclusively for Middle and High school students.

Students will develop skills in character development, vocal technique, acting craft, and text analysis. Key scenes (using non-traditional casting) will be woven together and performed for an invited audience during the last class.

Dates:    Monday evenings January 11th – March 14th (excluding Feb. 15th)

Time:     6:30 – 8:30pm

Place:     New Pond Farm’s Indoor Learning Center

Tuition:  $250 for NPF members and $275 for non-members

To register please visit us online, call us at (203) 938-2117, or email ann@newpondfarm.org