Get Your Act Together with the GPAC’s Acting Classes   Leave a comment

Photo credited to Joe Konz

Photo credited to Joe Konz

Looking to get over your stage fright this summer and work with some talented instructors? The Garfield Park Arts Center offers Acting classes for kids, teens, and adults. Register today!

Acting, Ages 12-16

Learn how to act in a fun and supportive environment! This class will focus on the creative needs of the individual student as well as ensemble acting; through short scenes, monologues and improvisation. Classes will be held at the MacAllister Amphitheater. (No class 7/3) Course # 168185

June 19 – July-31          Sundays          1:00 – 2:30 pm          $45/7 classes

Beginning Acting for Teens (Ages 15-18)

Hone your auditioning skills or just try something new. These classes provide beginning and intermediate actors an outlet for expression and creativity. Local playwright and performer Jeffrey Barnes leads a variety of acting techniques, exercises and games. Course # 167883

June 23 – July 28          Thursdays          4:00 – 6:00 pm          $63/6 classes

Beginning Acting for Adults (Ages 18+)

Hone your auditioning skills or just try something new. These classes provide beginning and intermediate actors an outlet for expression and creativity. Local playwright and performer Jeffrey Barnes leads a variety of acting techniques, exercises and games. Course # 167734

June 23 – July 28          Thursdays         6:00 – 8:00 pm          $63/6 classes

Registration closes a week before classes start. Call 327-PARK to register, sign up online, or visit the GPAC.

Posted May 27, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Classes

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