Acting 102: Intermediate Acting
- Co-sponsored by the University of Washington’s Experimental College
- Tuition: $150 for general public; $145 for UW students (plus $10 registration fee)
- Where: This class is held on the University of Washington campus in Seattle.
- (The exact room number and driving directions will be emailed when you sign up.)
- When: Sign up below for the SUNDAY class or the WEDNESDAY class.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT CLASS:
5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3 (FOUR MEETINGS)
SUNDAY NIGHT CLASS:
When: Sundays, 5/17, 5/24, 5/31, 6/7
Intermediate Acting is a follow-up class for students in Seattle who’ve taken the Beginning Acting class (or a similar course) and would like to continue learning and developing their understanding of acting. The focus is on moving into more in-depth character work, listening to and responding naturally to other actors and characters, and becoming more comfortable feeling and expressing a range of emotions on stage or on camera. Students will perform short scenes and skits, do exercises to lock in the concept of objective, and do exercises related to character and emotion. Acting 102 is a fun, interactive, performance-oriented class. Instructor: Nils Osmar
Note: Students should take Beginning Acting before attending this class. (It’s fine to sign up for both classes at the same time.)
A note from the instructor:
Category: Seattle Acting Classes
Sponsored by: Classesandworkshops.com, Wonder Productions, and the
University of Washington’s ASUW Experimental College
P.S. If you’re looking specifically for film acting classes or movie acting classes in Seattle, Let’s Make a Movie is also offered every quarter. It’s a course in which we rehearse and film a short movie right in the class.
Student comments about this class:
Beginning Acting was fun; Intermediate Acting was where the real work started. The instructor worked hard to give students a solid foundation in pursuing their goals in the field. I highly recommend this class. – A.M., Seattle
I loved the first meeting… I feel like I finally understand the idea of ‘objective’ in a way I can actually use. When it clicked it was like a light going on. I don’t need to plan the emotions at all, just find who my character is and what she wants. Everything falls into place. Yay! Great class, Nils! – Mary R., Bellevue