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Dallas Theater Center

Adult Acting Level II

6:30PM Monday, January 16, 2017 Kalita Humphreys Theater

3636 Turtle Creek Blvd, Dallas, TX 75219

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This level two acting class is a deeper exploration of the craft. In this second level class, participants will build upon the framework they have created around playable action and believable characters. Engaging in beginning scene study, students will put text on its feet with the help of coaching from their instructor as well as critique from their peers, all drawing on the shared vocabulary established in the introductory class. Patricipating actors will be required to have completed Adult Acting Level 1 or to audition privately.

Classes will take place at the Kalita Humphreys Theater campus.

Monday Evenings
January 16 – March 27, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Olivia de Guzman Emile
Olivia de Guzman Emile has loved teaching and performing professionally for more than 10 years. She currently teaches voice, acting, song interpretation, and music theory in the Musical Theatre Degree Program, as well as acting short courses, at KD Conservatory. She also maintains a private voice studio for lessons and coaching. Olivia has performed in New York at The New York Theatre Festival, NYC Frince, and New Dramatists. In DFW, she has worked at many theaters including Theatre Three, Casa Mañana, Stage West, Dallas Children’s Theatre, Contemporary Theatre of Dallas, and Teatro Dallas. She has a BFA in musical theatre performance, concentration in acting performance, from the University of North Texas.

REGISTRATION OPENS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2!
Benefactors registration fee: $175
Friends@DTC registration fee: $185
Subscriber registration fee: $195
Public registration fee: $200

Classes, dates, times and teachers subject to change.

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