Winter Acting Class for Adults
Wednesdays | 7:00 – 8:30PM | Jan. 17 – Mar. 14 (no class on 2/14) | Civic Theatre | $190 (includes materials)

This 8-week course is designed specifically for the new actor who wants to build self-confidence, learn how to analyze a script, develop a character, and work in a group setting to create a piece of live theatre. Amateur performers and others with little or no experience are welcomed into a nurturing environment where they can begin to grow and gradually understand the preparation that ultimately translates to performing for a live audience.

 

Instructor: Chelsea Anderson

Chelsea has worked with many great theatres like Indiana Repertory Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, Forward Theater Company, Theatre LILA, Great River Shakespeare Festival, Heartland Actors Repertory Theatre, and her own Nova Theatre, and has enjoyed many productions at UW-Madison (MFA in Theatre) and UIndy (BS in Theatre). Favorite past productions include: One Man, Two Guvnors (Rachel; Phoenix Theatre), A Christmas Carol (Swing; IRT), The Suitcase Dreams (Bride, et al; Theatre LILA), MacBeth (Lady MacDuff/Gentlewoman—apprentice/intern production; GRSF); Summer and Smoke (Alma; UW-Madison), and Richard III (Margaret/Duchess of York; UW-Madison). Chelsea is a professor of theatre, working with such institutions as University of Wisconsin-Madison, Butler University, and the University of Indianapolis. She has also taught and led a variety of workshops and independent classes throughout her career working as an actor, director, dialect coach, playwright, and producer. Chelsea is currently the Advancement Manager at Phoenix Theatre.

 

 

 

 

 

Please Note: Enrollment for Adult Classes takes place through the Jr. Civic Enrollment Portal