Acting: Inside/Out Seminar III

Cast Yourself Edition

Reviewing renowned theatre director/teacher Stanislavski’s seminal acting method, Seminar participants can opt to focus on and apply its tenets to one or two character roles from stage plays (i.e.  drama, comedies, musicals, film or novels) they have always wanted to portray.  Via monologues and/or scenes, depicting their chosen characters, actors will exercise and apply Stanislavski’s Method and, ultimately, present their work in a culminating Showcase on Zoom and as possible, live on stage, as entertainment, for Wheaton Drama membership meetings throughout the remaining season and summer.  Former participants are encouraged to attend again assured they will be challenged further with their new material.

Note: Homework, i.e. memorization, independent practice/rehearsal.

  • October–November–December
  • 7 Saturdays: 10:30–Noon
  • Oct. 29  Nov. 5, 12, 19, 26  Dec. 3, 10
  • Video Showcase: Sun. Dec. 18
  • Donation Fee: $100.00

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Instructor: Therese Harrold

Therese Harrold’s theatre training, as an actor, writer, director, teacher, stems from DePaul University Theatre School, the Actor’s Studio and Victory Gardens Theatre. A secondary school Communication Arts teacher, i.e. literature and composition, speech, acting and play production, Therese has been involved in primarily community theatre on stage and behind the scenes.  In collaboration with other actors, Therese is particularly interested in bringing to life characters from inside out.