Adult Acting Classes
Spring 2021 Adult Acting Classes
The Spring 2021 semester of Adult Acting will look similar to the Fall classes. We feel that we can safely offer up to 16 students per section this semester, after great success in our previous semester. We know this number still is limiting for our students, so we are continuing to re-think the curriculum to best suit the needs of our actors.
Whether you are a new or returning student, you have the option to choose which session you'd like to take part of (Saturdays or Mondays). Please note that space is limited: when we hit that 16 person maximum on each class, we'll close enrollment.
Classes will operate with social distancing in mind, and masks are required in the building, just like before. We will continue to monitor best practices and adjust accordingly. Spring gives us the option of utilizing our outdoor space, so the Showcase model could change!
We are hopeful to offer a second session later in the Spring or early Summer. At any rate, CTC will make every effort to meet you where you are this coming year!
Adult Acting (Saturdays)
Instructor: Jessica De La Rosa
Meets Saturdays, January 23 - March 13
Cultivate your acting skills in this unique and fun hodge-podge of scene study class. There will be a mixture of classical and contemporary scene/monologues - you may even see some Shakespeare in there! This class will meet any student at any level of experience.
Adult Acting (Mondays)
Instructor: Charlie Sexton
Meets Mondays, January 25 - March 15
Explore acting techniques with the use of Ten Minute plays. Regardless of your experience, this class will be challenging as you continue your education through improvisational games and scene study.
Price is $250 for the session. Please contact the Business office for additional info.
For all other information about Adult Acting classes, or about Commonwealth Theatre Center's Adult Acting program more generally, please email Jessica De La Rosa.
CTC's Walden Theatre Conservatory has been a proving ground for generations. Recent alumni have gone on to Juilliard, Carnegie Mellon, NYU, dePaul, Cornish, Northern Illinois, University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theatre, Yale, USC, and others. From total beginners who have the itch to perform to actors wanting to develop an edge in upcoming auditions, adult actors of all experience levels can take their craft to the next level at Commonwealth Theatre Center.