Audit an on-camera scene study class at the Dirt Underneath for free!
Two weeks remain before we break for the holidays. Classes resume the week of January 15th.
Last chances to audit before 2018:
Monday, December 11 - 6-10PM
Tuesday, December 12 - 11AM-3PM
Wednesday, December 13 - 6-10PM
Monday, December 18 - 6-10PM
Tuesday, December 19 - 11AM-3PM
Wednesday, December 20 - 6-10PM
Location: 636 Pape Avenue (entrance off Cavell). Please refer to our calendar for the most up to date information.
If you are interested in auditing or have any questions, please contact John at firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is now open for our first session of 2018 - save $50 when you apply by January 3rd.
ABOUT THE DIRT (Artistic Director: John Gordon)
Actors need a place to practice, not to search for the cure. First and foremost, acting is embarrassing. It’s way better when it is. We need a space to break patterns and habits, to stop worrying about whether it’s polished enough, to develop new points of view, to know not just know what the characters want, but why they deserve to get it. I believe breath connects us to emotional and physical impulses and that cannot be emphasized enough. I believe in comprehensive script analysis and working moment to moment to achieve visceral objectives. In front of the camera and onstage at The Dirt, this pursuit is not sacred and is full of silliness and joy.
TESTIMONIAL (Ian Fisher, Actor)
"I believe that in order to get good at anything you need to practice. Actors often struggle with finding a way to do this, since we can’t go down to a court and shoot all day, or drum until our hands bleed. What I like about John’s class is that not only does he allow you to learn, he allows you to practice what you’ve learned, often more times then you might even want to. In John’s classes you do more takes. Fact. He’s gonna make you get up and work. Acting classes are expensive, so I know when I take John’s classes, I’m getting my money’s worth."
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For more information: http://www.dirtunderneath.com