Spring acting classes for all ages


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Tri-State Actors Theater is now accepting registrations for its Spring 2014 Acting Classes for children and teens, and Advanced Acting Workshops for adults. Children’s classes will meet, Saturdays, at the Springboard Shoppes, 145 Spring St., Newton and classes for teens and adults will be held, on Mondays, at High Point Regional High School, Sussex.

Acting lessons are a way to build self-confidence, to create and to be creative. Through acting, the student learns to take direction, lead, support and trust others. Drama also provides training allowing the student to feel more confident about public speaking.

The Advanced Acting Workshop is for adults, 18 and over, with or without acting experience. Under the direction of Tara Bowles, a professional actor and teacher, scene study and acting classes will be developed through the Stella Adler Technique. Workshops will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. on Mondays from now through Monday, June 9. The class registration fee is $260.

Teen Classes are for students ages 13 to 17 and will be taught by Artistic Director, actor and teacher Paul Meacham. Students will learn basic skills of acting, work on monologues and two-character scenes, with individual instruction for every student. Spring classes meet on Mondays, from 5 until 7 p.m., now through Monday, June 9. The class registration fee is $230.

Children's Classes, for ages six to 12, will be under the instruction of Patricia Meacham, theater professional and teacher. The classes will focus on creative dramatics and games. Spring classes will be held on Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. until noon, May 3 through Saturday, June 7. The class registration fee is $200.

For more information, contact Tri-State at 973 383-0510.


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