Adult Acting Class
BEGINNING ACTING CLASS OFF TO A ROUSING START
The 2018 winter beginning acting class got underway on January 9th. The popular class filled quickly with 16 eager students and several more on a waiting list. Participants are learning the importance of physicalization to the acting process. In-class units include dealing with tension, pantomiming, conveying emotion, analyzing text, making sense of nonsense scenes, and rediscovering imagination. Each student will be given a monologue to perform during the final class session. Students will be able to invite family members and friends to serve as their audience at that time. Hopefully, we will see some of these new thespians on stage at LBP in the near future.
Students attending the class are (first row l to r) Harry Stephens, Bethany Nightingale, Judy Nuetzel, and Jackie Hitchcock. In the second row (l to r) are Martin Feit, Shelia Nichols, Paul Quinn, Jana Brownlee, Hanna Johnson, and Kim DesJardins. In row three (l to R) are Joseph Carignan, Ric Goodwin (Instructor), Richard Gamble, and Linda Hayes
Lemon Bay Playhouse to Offer Adult Acting Class
ADULT ACTING CLASS
Ric Goodwin, LBP’s Artistic Production Manager, will be offering a Beginning Adult Acting Class with preference given to students with little or no acting experience but are serious in their desire to try out their skills on stage.
The class will be offered Tuesdays from 10 am until noon beginning on January 9 and ending with a class showcase on Feb. 27th. Cost of the class will be $75.00 payable by cash or check (made out to Lemon Bay Playhouse) on or before the first day of class. The class size will be limited to 16 participants. Interested students need to pre-register by emailing the instructor at email@example.com. Also, please use this email to address any questions about the class.
Ric is Professor Emeritus of Theatre from Ashland University in Ohio. In addition to a 30 plus year teaching career, Ric has over 100 acting and directing credits in regional, community and educational theatre. He is also a charter member of the Ohio Educational Theatre Association’s Hall of Fame.