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Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive + Directing Intensive 2014-15 courses open

Posted by on Aug 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive + Directing Intensive 2014-15 courses open

Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive + Directing Intensive 2014-15 courses open

Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive Tuesdays, 6 – 9 pm, beginning September 23, 2014.  Full information – The Seacoast Studios Acting Intensive is a three-term course designed to give theatre and film actors the unique experience of Seacoast Studios’ ultra-naturalistic, impulse-based techniques, and provide you with the tools to apply them with integrity and authenticity in rehearsal and performance. Term 1: Text to Rehearsal Term 2: Scene Study Term 3: Rehearsal to Performance Most of us think acting is pretending, but acting is about becoming. As Scott often underlines, it is important to think, “this is happening to me”. I can’t tell you how...

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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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Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Posted by on Jul 27, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Purchase ad space in FrAcTured program at Vancouver Fringe Festival 2013

Seacoast Studios Presents FrAcTured by Robinson Wilson …Picking up the pieces after a high school shooting…” It’s fringing time! It’s fringing time! What is the fringe you ask? It’s an eleven-day theatre festival happening September 5th – 15th, 2013 on and around Granville Island. In its 29th year, the Vancouver Fringe Festival is consistently voted “Vancouver’s Best Arts Festival” by Georgia Straight Readers.  This year the festival has over 80 shows and anticipates over 30,000 attendees. One show that is sure to have a large impact on audiences at this year’s Fringe Festival is FrAcTured, a provocative and emotionally engaging production,...

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Launch of 2012/13 with Studio & Company potluck

Posted by on Sep 13, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Launch of 2012/13 with Studio & Company potluck

Launch of 2012/13 with Studio & Company potluck

The 2012/13 year has begun at Seacoast Studios. We launched the season with a potluck to welcome the new students into our family, firmly establishing that food and the beach are priorities here where we make art. Welcome 1st year actors!  

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