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Acting Class: Classical Scene Study with Candy Pryce

Acting Class: Classical Scene Study with Candy Pryce

Instructor: Candy Pryce

10 participants maximum

In Person - Ages 18+


Dates & Times:

5 Weeks - Saturdays March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 (1:00 – 4:00 pm)


Locations:

  • March 2, 9, 16, 23 Classes The first four classes will be held at St. Johns Anglican Church 29 Church St, Cookstown

  • March 30 Class The last class will be held at Cookstown Curling Club (upstairs) 18 Church St, Cookstown

What goes on in a Classical Scene Study Class? 

This new workshop with Actor/Director Candy Pryce will explore acting techniques specific to Shakespeare and other pre-20th century texts. After taking this workshop participants will have a more fulfilling experience when participating in or attending a Shakespearean or other 'classical' play. Each class will include physical and vocal warm-ups, script analysis (table work) and scene rehearsal. Out-of-class preparation is optional. Recommended for actors with some stage experience.


Investment:

The fee of $110 is payable by February 15th to BoxOffice@TheSouthSimcoeTheatre.com via e-transfer* (subsidies may be available). Please mention which class you're paying for in the message section of the e-transfer. *Please note you're not sending money by email, this address is the Payee for e-transfer purposes. If you are not set up to pay by e-transfer please leave a message at 705-458-4432 and the Box Office Staff will contact you if you wish to pay by Visa or MasterCard.


To Register:

For more information, and to register your interest, please contact Scott Hurst at education@TheSouthSimcoeTheatre.com or text him at 705-229-7862.


This workshop is supported in part by the Innisfil Community Foundation.


 

Candy Pryce

Meet Candy Pryce

Candy has been a Barrie resident for over twenty years and involved in central Ontario theatre as an actor, director and administrator. She has acted professionally for various companies including The Orillia Opera House, Theatre by the Bay, The Humber River Shakespeare Co., Talk Is Free Theatre and Theatre Collingwood. She is a member of the local actor collective Theatre Georgian Bay, and directs many of their Bard on the Bay summer Shakespeare productions at the Collingwood Amphitheatre. In addition to directing for TGB, Candy has directed for the central Ontario community theatres the Kempenfelt Community Players, Mariposa Arts Theatre and The South Simcoe Theatre. Candy holds a BFA in Theatre Performance from York University and a BEd in Drama and English from Ottawa U.


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