Actor Training 2, 2013
(Students 17 years and older)
Three Credits, CPS (high school/undergraduate) • EDUC (graduate/educator)
Early Bird: $1,095 — register before April 1
Regular: $1,195 — after April 1
Because an actor's training is never finished, this nine-day intensive course is an advanced study of Shakespeare's works, expanding on techniques learned in Actor Training 1. Under the direction of Ann Tully and Larry Whitesell,
students receive college-level training in the art of scene work, text analysis, voice, and stage combat, among others.
Coaching by professional actors enhances the experience, culminating in a student-acted, public performance on one of the Festival's stages. Tuition includes tickets to five plays (Les Misérables is optional) and chaperoned
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Students must be sixteen years of age or older and/or have completed the tenth grade. (Shakespeare for Junior Actors and Playmakers are available for younger actors.)
High school students may receive university credit for classes taken.
An SUU concurrent enrollment form may need to be completed. The Festival Education Office will send as needed.
An emergency release form will be required for all applicants eighteen years of age or younger.
College of Professional Studies (CPS) is equivalent to Continuing Education credit. Education Department (EDUC) is graduate level credit.