Dates: June 4 – July 6, 2018
Duration: 5 Weeks, 22 Hours a Week of Class + Rehearsal
Application Deadline: Extended April 1st, 2018
“Training the Actor Warrior to Create and Produce Original Work”
The Self-Generated Theatre Intensive is intended for a new generation of theatre artists who yearn to upend tradition and generate new work and new ways of working. All participants will be led through the creation of one-person and ensemble-developed theater for which the raw materials emerge from the imagination of the generating artist or artists. It offers proactive and effective techniques for creating theater work, both solo and ensemble that will facilitate creative power and a distinct understanding of what it means to be a creative theater artist. Included is a unique outreach program of acting classes with inmates at The Rikers Island Correctional Facility.
Classes include developing the heart and methodologies of an ensemble; solo performance; physically sourced work, producing a show, developing an audience and how to raise funds. Lead by director John Gould Rubin, this is a five-week intensive with classes 20 hours per week and outreach to theater in unusual communities.
Writing From Truth and Imagination
Voice & Body: Core Practice
Solo Performance Workshop
Rikers Island Practicum
Theater of War
Business of Theatre & Self-Producing
SUCCESS STORY FROM LAST YEAR’S INTENSIVE from alum Danielle Baynes: http://www.adelaidenow.com.au/entertainment/adelaide-fringe/theatre/adelaide-fringe-review-2016-bicycle/news-story/f99b4f3e9c5ac3fe7d45e109225f6e7f?sv=7df8fbd14ef34a59e18e319247d58f42
Admission to the Self-Generated Theatre Intensive is by entrance interview. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
Student visas for international study are not available for this program at this time.
Applicant must submit the following:
- A completed application form
- Headshot and Resume
- A $45 non-refundable application fee (payable to Stella Adler Studio of Acting, Inc)