The Evening Conservatory provides concentrated, rigorous training in the Atlantic Technique for the working actor. This three semester program includes classes in Script Analysis, Performance Technique, Moment Lab, Improvisation, Voice, Speech, Viewpoints and Suzuki, Acting for the Camera, Business, and production rehearsals. The third semester culminates with a performance opportunity in one-act plays for an invited audience.
Please contact Director of Admissions, Chris Booth, at 646-216-1190 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to schedule an audition.
Classes meet Monday – Thursday in the evenings starting at 6:45pm
ABOUT THE EVENING CONSERVATORY
THE FIRST SEMESTER provides a concentrated focus on the beginning foundation work of the Atlantic Technique. Emphasizing script analysis, playing an action truthfully, working moment to moment, students begin to develop new work habits. Students learn the basics of vocal production, speech and movement technique.
THE SECOND SEMESTER solidifies the students’ understanding of script analysis and begins to encourage integration of emerging skills. Students will perform an exploration on Private Life, which is a structured improvisation that they write, research and perform. The semester culminates in a final workshop performance.
THE THIRD SEMESTER challenges the student to apply their training under the pressures of performance. This semester includes advanced scene study, an ensemble performance project and an introduction to the business.