Thursday, April 6 - Thursday, June 1, 2017
No class May 29 (Memorial Day)
Mondays and Thursdays 6:30pm to 10pm
900 6th Ave SE, Minneapolis
Fee $375 per student, Limited to 12 students. Students work every class.
An introduction to the Sanford Meisner approach to acting technique – sixteen acting classes are conducted in an eight-week session. In this class the actor works to learn and apply fundemental acting principles through a step-by-step progression of exercises that develop his/her ability to work organically and to create truthful and expressive behavior in acting. This workshop is for actors of all experience levels ages 21 and over.
Sanford Meisner defined acting as “living truthfully under imaginary circumstances.” Meisner Technique instills in actors the basic, essential skills of: listening, responding truthfully and spontaneously, committing to actions, using imagination to fully create and personalize a set of given circumstances, and identifying each individual’s personal emotional triggers. Meisner Technique helps actors "get out of their head" and into the moment.
Attendance to all class meetings in addition to rehearsals outside of class is expected.
The class is open to anyone age 21 and over with an interest and willingness to commit to the intensive demands of actor training, however a face-to-face or phone interview is necessary before acceptance into the workshop.
If invited to participate, a $100 deposit will be required to hold your place. The deposit is refundable if you cancel your registration two (2) weeks before the beginning of the first class. The balance is to be paid on the first day of class and is non-refundable.
To schedule an interview, email: [email protected]
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Here's some great feedback from recent students:
"This class stretched my imagination while stripping everything superfluous; calling me to into the simplest, most specific, and most truthful work I can do in every moment." – Stanzi Schalter
"The class absolutely did wonders for me and can do the same for anyone else willing to put the work in." – Chris Carney
"Meisner Technique has certainly been helpful to me as an actor, particularly for improv. I had a successful audition where I was given a situation in which I had to improv, and it was helpful to be able to draw on the exercises we’d been doing in class - the repetition and personalization of circumstances. I was actually cast in this feature length film as a result." – Lynda Dahl
Rich Remedios is a Minneapolis based actor and teacher. He is a certified Meisner Teacher from Larry Silverberg's True Acting Institute; is a graduate of the 2-year Meisner training program at the William Esper Studio in New York where he trained under Terry Knickerbocker and Maggie Flanigan; studied in The Shakespeare Lab at The New York Public Theatre; and completed professional internships with Circle Repertory Theatre and Milwaukee Repertory Theater. Rich is currently working towards his teacher certification in Michael Chekhov Technique with the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Cornsortium.
Additionally, he holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theater from California State University, Fullerton and a Masters of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of South Carolina.
He has taught at University of South Carolina, Kennesaw State University and Clayton State University, has been a teaching artist with Mu Performing Arts and a guest teacher at Macalester College and the Guthrie Theater.
His acting credits include Broadway productions of AN INSPECTOR CALLS and LOVE! VALOUR! COMPASSION! Regional theatre credits include productions with Jungle Theater, Mu Performing Arts, Frank Theatre, Theatre in the Square, Theatrical Outfit, and Milwaukee Rep.
In film and television he recently completed filming the independent feature films THE PUBLIC DOMAIN and TO SAY GOODBYE. He has also been seen on the hit TV show DROP DEAD DIVA, and recurring roles on ALL MY CHILDREN and AS THE WORLD TURNS as well as numerous commercials, short films and industrial videos.
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