10-session class is designed to bring out the “animal” in you! In this
supportive and fun environment, students will explore the skills of
concentration, imagination and communication. After choosing an animal
that lives primarily on land, the student will begin a physical
exploration. Through these first few “discovery” sessions, the actor
will create a very unique animal/character. Basic improvisation
techniques will then be introduced, and these animal/characters will
begin to create an improvised soap opera… with new episodes every week.
Come and share the excitement!
Stephen Pelinski is currently a core member of The
REP (The Resident Ensemble Players) at the University of Delaware, where
he is an actor and director and acting teacher. In the words of The
Rep’s Artistic Director, Sandy Robbins, “Stephen's career is one of the
most exceptional in the American Theatre. He has played a staggering
number of the great roles of our dramatic heritage at a great many of
our finest institutions, in productions directed by many of the giants
and legends of our profession”.
Stephen Pelinski is a member of the Actor’s Equity Association and the SAG-AFTRA union.
Who: 6th-12th graders
Structure: Ten 60 minute group lessons
Where: Hartshorne Hall
Day/Time: Saturdays, 9:45-10:45 AM
Schedule: Feb. 17, 24, March 3, 10, 17, 24, April 14, 21, 28, May 5