Posts Tagged "Education"

Seeking Actors for Seacoast Studios’ Directing Intensive

Posted by on Dec 2, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seeking Actors for Seacoast Studios’ Directing Intensive

Based on a series of distinctive, impulse-based techniques, actors are taught to embody the script, allowing them to respond as naturally in performance as we do in real life. Seacoast directors are experienced in both theatre and film, and the Advanced Directing Intensive is looking for actors of all adult ages for contemporary scene study. Actors will be taught the methodology of the Studio, at no charge, as they are assisting the directors to develop and refine their work. Our winter term requires two cycles of casting: A) January 8 – 29 B) February 19 – March 12 Studio classes are Thursdays 5:45 – 9:30 pm. Each director will schedule an additional weekly...

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Register now for 2013/14 Directing Intensive and Acting Intensive

Posted by on Sep 15, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Register now for 2013/14 Directing Intensive and Acting Intensive

Register now for 2013/14 Directing Intensive and Acting Intensive

Seacoast Studios is now taking enrollment for the 2013/14 Directing Intensive and Acting Intensive programs. The Seacoast Studios Directing Intensive runs Tuesday evenings beginning October 1 and focuses on script analysis, creating a unifying central image for the production, auditioning, rehearsal structure, and effective communication with actors. Is it the only training program in Greater Vancouver dedicated to creative preparation and performance for directors of stage and screen projects.  Find more details and registration information on our website. (PDF brochure) The Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive begins October 3th. This program delivers Seacoast Studios’...

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Kwantlen student plays on the fringe of acting and academia

Posted by on Aug 30, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Kwantlen student plays on the fringe of acting and academia

Kwantlen student plays on the fringe of acting and academia

Originally posted on The Runner Mag, written by Chris Yee Rachelle Tomm discusses her role in the Vancouver Fringe Festival’s FrAcTured. “It’s probably the most frightening thing I’ve ever experienced,” confesses Rachelle Tomm, speaking about her role in Seacoast Studio’s production of FrAcTured. Opening on Sept. 6 at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and written by Robinson Wilson, FrAcTured is about a fictional school shooting, and a group of classmates who now have to cope with its aftermath. Tomm, a third-year psychology and sociology major at Kwantlen, is an improv comic and an actress. In FrAcTured, she plays a character who is paralyzed from the neck down....

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Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Seacoast Studios’ year-end features Solo Shows and a remount of FrAcTured

Seacoast Studios’ week of 2012 year-end performances combine first year, second year, and returning students in a collage of solo shows and a remount of “FrAcTured”. “Women’s Voices from the Seacoast”: June 18, 20, 22 at 8:00 pm Seacoast Studios’ first year students perform their year-end, self-created works. Isabelle Chatelaine, Sara Vickruck, and Lauren Boyd have created a trio of compelling stories exploring womanhood, the bonds of friendship, and heroism. Written by the actors, with direction from Yvette Dudley-Neuman and Scott Swan, story editing with Sara McIntyre. “FrAcTured”: June 19, 21, 23 at 8:00 pm The story of 13 teenagers who have SURVIVED...

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Three solo shows: Women’s Voices from the Seacoast

Posted by on Jun 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Three solo shows: Women’s Voices from the Seacoast

Three solo shows: Women’s Voices from the Seacoast

Seacoast Studios’ first year students perform their year-end, self-created works. Performances are scheduled for June 18, 20, 22 at 8:00 pm at Music Box Theatre: 1564 Argyle Avenue, West Vancouver, BC. Tickets are $12 at the door. Three emerging artists have created a trio of compelling stories exploring womanhood, the bonds of friendship, and heroism. Written by the actors, with direction from Yvette Dudley-Neuman and Scott Swan, and story editing with Sara McIntyre. We are proud to present these works for you. ALETHEIA explores the question, ‘What makes a hero?’ and the significance of personal truth in six women’s lives. Each hero’s course of...

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