January 27-29, 2012
FRI-SUN in studio +
Monday night: Meeting with Casting Director/Agent
(based on availability)
Who is this Master Class for?
The ideal candidate is a French or French speaking actor/ actress either already in New York or wishing to come to New York to wet his/her toes in the fascinating world of New York theatre, film and TV.
When does it take place?
The Workshop takes place form December 3rd to the 5th in Manhattan New York in a centrally located studio to be advised to participants upon registration.
Focuses on the practice of performing in English, through scene study, covering the specific requirements in English speaking countries and the differences between these and the French speaking cultures.
Texts to be studied include: Tennessee Williams, Arthur miller, David Mamet, Edward Albee, Richard Kalinoski, Robert Schenkkan and other contemporary American playwrights.
Geared towards professional actors eager to develop acting skills and increase marketability in the US by performing in English. Apply by sending in CV/resume with a cover letter. Workshops for non-actors will be offered in the future. Write to us about your particular interest.
Participation fee and travel times:
TO GUARANTEE A PLACE:
Mail in a check for $50 made to: Pemart Productions to the address at the bottom of this page.
The balance of the fee of $250 USD is payable in advance through check, bank transfer or PayPal to cover for the Workshop days. Meetings with casting director/agent arranged outside of the workshop are additional and range from $25-40.
Contact Albane Dubernard, workshop project manager at PEMART for further details and to reserve your place before the 28th of November as the workshop will be capped at 12 participants only!!
or call us at:
(212) 253 2022 tel
(917) 318 2290 dir
(917) 210 2971 fax
Alternative 2-weekend program Program:
Thursday: Initial group meeting - Complimentary welcome cocktail.
Friday to Sunday immersion in studio space from 10am - 6pm with a lunch break.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings meetings with casting directors,
agents, and/or a theatre outing.
Thursday to Sunday immersion in studio from 10am - 6pm with a lunch break.
Simulation of audition situations with a New York stage director and a producer. Work sessions with fellow New York actors. Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.
Look out for future dates.