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Fall Training: ACTING INTENSIVE
Sat, October 21 @ 9:00 am
A three-weekend program combining four individual classes in physical training and acting fundamentals into one comprehensive acting intensive.
No experience necessary, but investment and commitment required. Our “Intensive” classes are true to their word. Actors will split their class time between physical training, book work, and acting technique, and will leave with a thorough overview of acting fundamentals and an understanding of script analysis that will lay a solid foundation for future work on stage or on camera.
“The Practical Aesthetics method is a must for every actor’s toolbox. Glenn’s analysis, instruction, and thoughtful approach to this method are a welcome change from the shaming techniques so often offered as ‘instruction.’ I’ve been a professional actor for nearly 20 years in New York, Chicago, New Orleans, and now the Northwest, and having an acting coach with Glenn’s approach and knowledge is invaluable in this trade. This nuts-and-bolts approach reaffirms the notion that one should never stop training: keep the tool sharp, take this course. It’s worth it.”—Christopher Cariker
“I took iDiOM’s 3-Week Acting Intensive with Glenn Hergenhahn in August 2017 at Sylvia Center for the Arts. Having acted almost solely in improv, I hoped to find out if I had any talent for scripted work. In all reality, I was nervous that I’d be the annoying person in class who doesn’t have enough prerequisites to be there. I was certain I was right and I am ecstatic that I was wrong. Glenn kept this course very accessible. That’s not to say it was easy; as the name says, it was an intensive. While I didn’t quite feel overwhelmed, I did feel challenged to the edge. All of which left me with a great sense of accomplishment at the end. If you take this course, be prepared to invest yourself in the work. And then be prepared to get a lot out of it. I’m hoping to take another acting intensive with Glenn and iDiOM this fall and can hardly wait!”—Kathleen Barefoot-Soles
$200 Sylvia Center Early Members