May 3 – June 28, 2021
*No class May 31*
An acting course taught by theatre producer, director and educator, Mark Gallagher, for those who are curious, have aspirations to perform, or would like to continue to hone their skills. Get first-hand practice and insight into the acting process—from more “Method”-based approaches to external/”outside in” tools with many techniques in between—via a series of games, improvs, writings, and exercises.
|MARK GALLAGHER has been directing, training actors and producing theatre for over 20 years. Some credits include Anna in the Tropics, The History Boys, The Elephant Man, Equus, Proof, The Piano Lesson, The 39 Steps (Gallery Players), Blue Window (NYU/Tisch), Stop Kiss (Juniata College), Bedroom Farce (American Academy of Dramatic Art), Fen (University of Washington), Buffalo Nickels (Piper Theatre), Cowboy Mouth (Stable Cable), Lobby Hero (Wild Ride), Othello (Wooden O Shakespeare Co.), Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Morticians in Love. Mark holds a BA in theater from DeSales University and an MFA from the University of Washington School of Drama and also teaches/directs for Mayo Performing Arts Center, IlluminArt, White Bird and Tempest Theatre Companies, and The James Baldwin School.|
“The Fundamentals of Acting was a wonderful class which I found very exciting. I learned new acting techniques to prepare a monologue for auditions. I can’t wait to use them. Mark Gallagher is an excellent teacher.”
Registration is on a first-received, first-enrolled basis until the maximum class size is reached. We reserve the right to cancel any online class that is under-enrolled at any time. If a class is cancelled, we will notify you at least 24 hours prior to the start of class and tuition will be refunded.
If we receive your request to withdraw from a class at least one week (7 days) prior to the first day of class, you will receive a full refund. If we receive your request less than one week (7 days) prior to the first day of class, you will receive a 50% refund. There are no refunds after the first day of class.