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    Michael Chekhov Master’s Acting Class/Workshop

    3 DAY WORKSHOP

    ALL 3 DATES & TIMES
    Sept 13th 6:00PM – 9:00PM

    September 14th 9:00AM – 5:00PM
    12:00PM – 1:00PM LUNCH BREAK

    September 15th 2:00PM – 5:00PM

    COST
    $50 per person for all 3 days!
    Ages 15+ are welcome to register

    INSTRUCTOR
    Jessica D. McMichael
    www.jdmcmichael.com

    PLACE
    Point Theatre

    OVERVIEW
    You will be introduced to the primary technique of Michael Chekhov. The weekend will include pedagogy, improvisation, practical exploration, and scene work. In order to get the most out of this time together, please be open and receptive to new ideas and approach this experience with an attitude of fun.

    Imagine creating powerful emotional action driven performances with a physical expression unique to each character yet filled with your creative individuality. No more repeating the same expression of joy, fear, sorrow and anger. Do you express your feelings just like everyone else does? Of course not, so why would all of your characters express the same way? Won’t you loose interest in repeating the same stuff year after year in show after show? Isn’t it exciting to see what Hopkins is going to do with his next role? Or how Depp is playing his next character?

    Chekhov’s unique contribution to acting has been one of the best kept secrets of the theatrical world. Born in 1891, Michael, nephew of Anton Chekhov, became one of Russia’s Most Honored Actors. Constantine Stanislavski considered Misha his most brilliant pupil. He is often considered to be the finest actor Russia has ever produced. By 1928, as head of the Second Moscow Art Theater, Chekhov’s innovative directing and teaching had provoked such severe criticism by the Communist government, he was forced to flee the country for safety.


    2020 Youth Theatre Summer Camp Registration

    OPENS JANUARY 2nd, 2020!

    Keep an eye out for the online registration forms to become available January 2, 2020
    Campers will delve into all aspects of theatre including acting, music, movement, costumes, props, makeup, and sets! Theatre camp at the Hill Country Arts Foundation enables campers to grow, collaborate and express themselves artistically as well as socially, learning from master level instructors and experienced assistants.
    Each camp session will culminate in a production on the last day of camp at 12:30 p.m.
  • 3 one week sessions to choose from

    June 8 – 12, 2020

    June 15 – 19, 2020

    June 22 – 26, 2020

    Monday – Friday 9a.m. to 12p.m.

    12:30PM recitals on Fridays all friends and family invited to attend

    Age Groups:

    5-8

    9-12

    13-18

    $125 per camper

    $100 each for siblings and/or additional week(s)*

    *Please note siblings will need their information filled out also. 

CC payments are accepted online or over the phone, if paying by check, please make it out to HCAF – check payments by mail or in person only, & cash payments in person only.

Mail check to HCAF, PO Box 1169, Ingram, TX 78025

Or

Stop by and drop it off at:
120 Point Theatre Road South, Ingram, Texas 78025

If you have any questions, please call Laura at (830) 367-5121 or email her at laura@hcaf.com

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