Enter Stage Right is partnering with the amazing artists in LA
to bring you a series of Seminars, Workshops, and Classes!
Heroes Journey – Writing a One Act (3 sessions)
As Told By Ginger -Seminar w/Melissa Disney
*Pay what you can, all proceeds go to keeping ESR alive!
MORE ABOUT EAST MEETS WEST...
When ESR Board Member Cortney Roles moved to LA, it would have been easy for her to wish us well and break ties... But that's not what she did. Instead, she used her fresh start to help us connect with artists more than 2330 miles away. The participants of East Meets West workshops will receive knowledge and experience from various amazing artists on subjects like Improv, Playwrighting, How to Market Yourself as an Artist Online, and more! Our people were so inspired by our first East Meets West workshop, we've started playing more with Improv with the goal to be in front of audience once we feel ready!
TOPICS CURRENTLY BEING DISCUSSED... WE JUST NEED TO SECURE INTEREST:
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**Shakespeare (Levels 1-3, Folio, Text, Original Practices)
**Movement (Levels 1-3, Intro To Alexander)
**Script Analysis (Actors)
**Intro to Theatre For Youth - Theatre Games To Learn All the Basics
Stage Combat (Hand-to-hand, Weapons, Stunts)
Acting (Levels 1-3, Meisner, Monologues)
Vocals (Warmups, Diction/Voice)
Acting For Social Media
How To Audition
Intimacy For Stage
Dance For the Theatrical Stage
Public Speaking - Not Just For Actors
Improv - ONGOING - SEE ABOVE!
BEHIND THE SCENES:
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**Theatre Makeup (Design, Application, Special Effects)
**Script Analysis (Directors, Design)
Scenic (Design I & II, Stagecraft, Scenic Painting)
Costume (Design I & II, Sewing, Creating On No Budget)
Directing (Levels I & II)
Lighting (Design, Application)
Sound (Design, Application)
Special Effects (Combining Elements To Create Theatre Magic)
Creating a Story
Writing a Solo One Act
Tools For the Virtual World
Media & Marketing - COMPLETED - SEE BELOW!
HERE'S WHAT YOU'VE MISSED:
SCRIPT WORKSHOP: TREASURE ISLAND, HAWKINS' CHOICE
Thanks to everyone that jumped on our YouTube and helped us out by voting as we workshopped our CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE version of Stevenson's classic tale Treasure Island, written by our very own Brian Spain!
We made a DOCUMENTARY of the experience and filmed the final workshop that was live on YouTube.
For those that missed them, they will remain on our YouTube channel to enjoy!
MEDIA & MARKETING with Elexandra Halee
In this workshop, we will discuss marketability, branding, and social media curation and creation. We will delve into creating a clear brand for who you are in the industry, understanding your strengths and values as an artist. We will also go over how to market yourself as the best candidate for jobs and how to use social media to your advantage.
Elexandra Halee was raised in Turlock and graduated from Turlock High School in 2015. Following graduation, she moved to New York to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (AADA) After receiving her degree, she moved to Los Angeles to delve more into film and television. She has co-starred on an episode of HBO’s Insecure and is in an upcoming Netflix and Frame of Reference Ent. feature film. Currently, she is in pre-production for a feature film she is writing and is in rehearsals as Cathy in a production of The Last Five Years.
IMPROV with Vikram Bhoyrul
Improv is the art of listening and reacting honestly to your scene partner, being comfortable with messing up and having a great time. The goal of this course is to introduce you to how improvisers create a character (similar to the way they teach at The Groundlings) and teach you how to put a scene together (similar to the style of Upright Citizens Brigade). This class features activities and warm ups that work on both of these philosophies. We will focus on reinforcing the fundamentals of improv to the point where the student will feel very comfortable performing a full show in front of a live audience.
Vikram Bhoyrul is an actor and is the director of Theatre 68's weekly meetups known as “Gym” where 20-30 actors perform scenes, learn a variety of acting related techniques from incredible people in the industry and produce many exciting plays. He has had a passion for improv ever since he was a teenager obsessed with sketch comedy. Vikram fell in love with the craft of Improv at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles and continued to study improv at Groundlings to familiarize himself with their philosophy too. He performed on several indie teams for a few years including most notably “My Brother’s Number”. Vikram uses improv when he is doing theater, directing on camera work and even when he is writing. He has seen and understands just how valuable trusting your own instincts, listening to your scene partner and being really silly can be and wants to share this with as many up and coming actors as possible.