Classes and Workshops

Are you interested in getting involved at Ann Arbor Civic Theatre, but aren't sure where to start?  Want to try something new? Check out our workshops! Periodically, we offer workshops on subjects from auditioning to acting to stagecraft and beyond. Members enjoy discounted rates, but all are welcome.

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UPCOMING CLASSES & WORKSHOPS





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STAGE MANAGEMENT: Build a Prompt Book & Call a Scene
Instructor: Brice O'Neal
June 30, 2018, 1:00-4:00 PM
For those in High School and older
$25 for A2CT members/$30 for non-members
REGISTER HERE

This hands-on workshop will explore various styles of stage management, including how to prepare and use a prompt book, call a show, and build your own stage manager kit. Learn theatrical terminology, tricks of the trade, and much more!

BRICE O'NEAL teaches technical theater at Community High School and runs A2CT's Technical Theatre Troupe.

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IMPROV FOR ACTORS
Instructor: Sara Rose
July 14, 2018, 1:00-4:00 PM
For those 18 and older
$25 for A2CT members/$30 for non-members
REGISTER HERE

Come strengthen your acting chops without the pressure of scripts or blocking! This workshop will introduce basic improv tools and use improvised scene work to develop physicality, heightened emotion, and honest reactions onstage, with no expectation of being funny or clever. Actors will discover and explore exciting moments that keep performers on their toes and audience members interested in seeing more. Plan to wear comfortable clothes and shows. No improv experience required.

SARA ROSE is an actor, improviser, and teacher in Ann Arbor and the Metro Detroit area. She has a BA minor in Theatre and Performing Arts from the University of Michigan and has trained at Planet Ant Theatre, Go Comedy, and Second City Chicago. Sara is a resident artist at Go Comedy Improv Theater and a resident cast member and teacher at Pointless Improv Theatre. Sara believes that theatre (improvised or scripted) should challenge us to develop empathy and value diverse perspectives, and that the importance of these skills extends beyond the stage.

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Don't see what you're looking for above? Keep an eye on this page for more, or sign up for our workshop newsletter by emailing education@a2ct.org. 
All workshops are 1:00-4:00 PM in the A2CT Studio unless otherwise noted








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