A weekly workout to design and practice your 8-step acting warm-up. This class draws on Fitz-Maurice Technique. For actors at All Levels.
This is not a class focusing on voice for the singer – although there may be fundamental crossover when finding a healthy, clear, specific sound, this is focused on voice & speech pertaining to spoken text. This class is most helpful for an actor who wants to figure out how to navigate 8 stage shows per week, but this workshop benefits each the stage actor, on-camera actor, and voice-over actor. No previous training required for this class.
Students may like to have something to write with, since this is a Zoom workshop, laptop is fine. As most exercises are physical and sound-based in nature, participants also require a space in which to move and make unbridled noise – if it’s enough space to do a quarantine living room workout, then it’s enough space for this workshop. No other materials needed.
Dylan Arredondo (he/him) is a DC-based, Latino-Japanese theatremaker with over fifty professional production credits and touring experience to over sixty-five cities in the contiguous United States. In DC Dylan has performed at We Happy Few, 4615 Theatre Company, Arts on the Horizon, Synetic Theater, Spooky Action Theater, the Hub Theatre, Constellation Theatre Company, Rorschach Theatre, Smithsonian Discovery Theater, Longacre Lea, Olney Theatre Center, & Adventure Theatre. He is also a teaching artist with Baltimore Center Stage, Educational Theatre Company, Imagination Stage, the National Building Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden, and the Kreeger Museum. In New York he was a company member with INTAR (Unit 52), the Flea Theater, & Shakespeare in the Square, as well as a collaborator with Blessed Unrest & Theater Mitu. Education: NYU Tisch, Stella Adler Studio (NYC) RADA (London), International Theatre Workshop (Amsterdam).
Thursday, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM August 20th
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