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The price of this class is $750.00. Tuition includes all lab, materials and facilities fees.
15 – 18
In this course, students will develop multiple tools for crafting solo plays and performance. Students will be encouraged to use this form to delve deeply into their interests as artists – whether that is in practicing specific skills (vocal presence, movement), developing a piece to perform over and over again, or exploring an issue that is meaningful to them.
Drawing from their own experiences, values and cultural fascinations, students will use dialogue, improvisation, observation, physical characterization and primary source text to craft 2-3 short one-person shows. This course will culminate in a showing of the students’ final pieces. The atmosphere of the classroom will be highly collaborative. Students will be guided on how to give and receive feedback and how to integrate notes and suggestions. There will be a strong (daily) writing component. Students of all disciplines encouraged to enroll.
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Terri Weagant has been a producing actor, director, writer and dialect coach in Seattle for the last eight years. She has worked with such companies as Book-It Repertory Theatre, Theater Schmeater, CHAC, Empty Space, Balagan Theatre, Centerstage and Hypnagogia Sketch Comedy Group.
Following a month long Seattle run, Terri toured her production of Jane Wagner’s The Search for….Universe to Southeast Alaska and Washington state. Terri is an adjunct faculty member at Cornish College of the Arts and a teaching artist at the Village Theatre.