The workshop has 3 sessions throughout the season.
All levels of experience are welcome. Adults only please.
SUNDAY EVENINGS • 5:30-8:30pm
The next session is planned for late fall. If you’d like to be notified when dates and registration is posted, please fill out the form below.
Actors Workshop, Spring 2011
About the Actors Workshop
FOR THOSE NEW TO THE STAGE, we’ll explore the basics of acting, learning to read a script to find clues as to who the character is and what motivates them, and making your performance truthful. Text for beginning actors will be, primarily, provided by the instructor. FOR THE FIRST CLASS: Be prepared to have fun and try something new.
RETURNING AND ADVANCED ACTORS will bring in their own choice of monologues and scenes and we’ll work on what you, individually, want and need to focus on – such as developing a wider range of characters, analyzing classical text, pacing, pushing the boundries of what type of material you’re comfortable performing, audition techniques, etc. The class is really for you to have a sounding board and a safe environment to continue experimenting and growing as an actor. FOR THE FIRST CLASS: Bring in a monologue you’ve worked on.
FEE: $160 per session
The Actors Workshop is led by CARYL BUTTERLEY, who returned to Jacksonville five years ago after acting and directing in New York City for over 20 years. She studied acting with Sandy Dennis at HB Studio in NYC, musical theatre performance with Betty Buckley, and was a fellow at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center. Since returning to Jax she has acted in Ian Mairs’ production of 7-7, and directed a number of productions, most recently, The Sugar Bean Sisters, Heroes, and Once On This Island at ABET and Fahrenheit 451 with The 5 & Dime.