The INTERMEDIATE LEVEL expands on training concepts presented in Process and Production classes. If your child is really ready for more serious training (which will require reading plays, doing script analysis, researching plays based on historical era, evaluation of the overall themes and messages in plays, participating in class discussion and working independently), this higher-level class may be right for you. Please do NOT rush class progression. Intermediate and Studio level classes are less about having fun performing and more about developing the individual’s artistic voice and learning to peer-coach effectively and working collaboratively as a group.
PRETEST required for all students before enrolling in INTERMEDIATE PROCESS ACTING — please email [email protected].
Before moving into an Intermediate level class students should be able to: name the parts of the stage, use abbreviations for stage directions and blocking notation, be able to define basic theatrical terms, understand CROoWw, be familiar with Lessac energies and Laban qualities as well as wanting to be given more responsibilities/homework and be willing to repeat material weekly for rehearsal and complete reading assignments in a week. Your current SCCT teacher is always the best reference for whether your child is ready to move up and you should email to them or talk to them at the final day sharing regarding your child’s progression if you have questions.
**Also check out the 3rd Stage Acting Mentor program on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.**
We strongly recommend students attend several semesters of Intermediate BEFORE requesting to test for Studio A. The instructor will be the best judge of WHEN the hopeful Studio A member should try the test.
Dates & Times
- Thursday Intermediate Process Acting for 6th-12th grade students (Instructor: Traysie Amick)
March 7, 2019 - May 16, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
|Thursday Intermediate Process Acting for 6th-12th grade students (Instructor: Traysie Amick)||$185.00 (USD)||Expired|
Venue: NEW SCCT Temporary Headquarters