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Workshop: Approaches for Community Theatre Actors

Mentor: Candy Pryce
When: Five Sessions - March 11th to April 8th
Saturday Afternoons, 1pm - 4pm

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Candy Pryce


Workshop: Approaches for Community Theatre Actors

When: Five Sessions: March 11th to April 8th, Saturday afternoons, 1pm - 4pm

Where: Upper Room - Northwest Barrie United Church, 464 Ferndale Drive North, Barrie L4N 7X6

Cost: $50 for all five sessions



*For ages 18 and up. Maximum 10 participants. Registration is first come, first served.

In this workshop, participants will explore acting techniques and practices and how to adapt them to the reality of rehearsing and performing in community theatre so that they will have a more joyful and fulfilling experience when doing a show.
Classes will cover physical and vocal warm-ups, script analysis, rehearsing scenes and auditioning.  No out of class preparation required. Please bring your own water, wear comfortable clothing and bring indoor shoes.

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 directed their last three 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.

Future mentorship workshops will include:

Stage Management (Date TBC)

Costume Design (Date TBC)


*Supported by a generous grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation copy.png
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