CEL Studio is offering an Ongoing Scene Study Class this winter.
The class is designed for actors who want to develop their craft, who are interested in challenging themselves by working in a way that is more concentrated and provides a process to connect more deeply to the work, and meet the needs of an evolving market.
This class meets six Saturdays, January 6, 13, 20, 27 and February 3 and 10 from 1 to 5 pm, at Grain Belt Bottling House Studios. Our focus is on personalizing the work using scenes and exercises. The cost of the class is $250.
Actors like athletes need to workout to stay in shape. Continuing to challenge yourself with scene study, character development and acting exercises are powerful ways for actors to continue their growth.
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What’s been said...
“Casey Lewis is the most insightful coach I've encountered. …
“Casey really took my talent to unprecedented levels.” Simon Anthony Abou-Fadel, Actor
“I love how this class helps me figure what I actually and literally know about the characters I am studying. I am learning how to nurture pieces of myself that will ultimately help to create more authentic interpretations of the people I play.” Beth Desotelle, Actor
“Casey really helped push me out of my comfort zone to challenge me in new and different ways - I appreciate how focused he is on drawing out aspects of myself I wasn't fully aware of, or didn't think I was capable of fully expressing initially.” Aaron Grono, Actor-Improviser
“He has the heart of a teacher and the desire to make a difference in the lives of those with whom he is interacting.” Sean Byrd, Instructor, Department of Theatre - Normandale Community College
***To secure their seat actors must pay in full. Cancellations more than 7 days before the class will result in a refund of half the class fee, or the full amount may be applied towards the next class. Cancellations within 7 days of the class will not be refunded, but can be applied to the next class.
CEL Studio helps actors achieve their career goals with impactful training, type specific headshots, professional self taping, and coaching and consulting. More at celstudio.com
About the instructor
Casey E. Lewis relocated to the Twin Cities from Los Angeles, where he lived for fifteen years. TV/Film credits include Human Resources, Kendra and Beth, Sold Out, Princess of the Row, Christmas Break-In, “Do You Want to See a Dead Body?,” “Colony,” “Transparent,” and “Masters of Sex.” Locally he has worked at the Guthrie, History Theatre, Zephyr Theatre, Yellow Tree Theatre, Old Log Theatre, Theatre de la Jeune Lune, Frank Theatre and Park Square. More at caseyelewis.com.