Adult Classes

MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
ADULT TRAINING PROGRAM – 2015/2016 SEASON 


ABOUT THE REP’S ADULT CLASS CATALOGUE
Milwaukee Rep Education is dedicated to offering a variety of programming for students of all ages, interests and backgrounds. The Adult Class Catalogue is designed specifically for adults ages 18+ who are interested in a developing a wide range of abilities related to the theatrical craft. Whether you are a beginner with no formal training or experience, or a seasoned performer looking to sharpen your skills, we offer courses and intensives throughout the year that will fit your needs. Class sizes are limited to ensure instructors are able to give one-on-one feedback to each student. Check back frequently as we continue to update our offerings throughout the season.

CLASS REGISTRATION & CONTACT INFORMATION
Register online below or contact Kelsey Ingle, Education Coordinator, at kingle@milwaukeerep.com or 414.290.5393.

Looking for classes and opportunities for teens?
Check out Milwaukee Rep’s Teen Council, an organization for teens, by teens. Free membership includes access to events and workshops around productions from The Rep’s season.

  • BASIC ACTING II: CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

    • Tuesday, Mar-08-2016
    • RP Classroom

    Students will continue to develop essential skills learned in Basic Acting to create and develop unique characters within powerful scenes. Participants of the entire Basic Acting series (I, II, and III) will receive a signed Certificate of Participation at the end of Basic Acting III. 

    Instructor: Hope Parow

    Class fee: $175

    Prerequisite: Basic Acting I or override from course instructor 

    Mondays 5:30-7:30 pm March 8, 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12

  • ACTING FOR THE CAMERA

    • Monday, Feb-22-2016
    • RP Classroom

    This fast-paced class will not only introduce students to the fundamentals of acting onscreen, but help students get started in a time when everyone has the power to create and share their film work. Topics to be explored and developed may include script and character analysis, basic acting techniques, networking, auditioning, and talent expectations for social media, micro-budget, and professional film projects. Whether you are a filmmaker as a hobby or eager amateur that wishes to turn professional, this course will help direct your passion to the best jumping off point.

    Instructor: TBD 

    Class fee: $175 

    Prerequisite: None  

    Mondays 6:00-8:00 pm February 22, 29, March 7, 14, 21, 28