Movement with Alexandra Wright
TIMES: 2:45 – 4:15 pm, PDT
DATES: July 18 – August 15
LOCATION: Online, via Zoom App
Explore text and story through various movement theories! Students will break down monologues and apply a different movement theory each week, while also exploring their own physical storytelling strengths. Theories covered consist of Chekhov, Laban, Stanislavski, and Lucid Body.
Alexandra Wright has a BA from the University of Southern California and an MFA from Harvard University. She currently teaches voice, movement, Shakespeare, audition technique, scene study, and acting professionally at UCLA, Loyola Marymount University, Azusa Pacific University, and the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. As an actor, she has amassed over 100 theatre credits, more than 50 television, film, and commercial credits, and has performed all over the world–London, Paris, Moscow, Scotland, and Sweden.
For more information about our Adult Classes, contact Frank Weidner at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave him a message at (310) 455-2322
Maximum students – 10. Enroll today!
Multiple Enrollment Discount: If you are enrolling in multiple classes, you can save $25 off your tuition in every additional class! To receive the discount, please select “Pay By Check” during enrollment below. After enrolling, call our office at (310) 455-2322 and let them know you’d like to enroll in multiple classes and save!
If you are facing economic challenges because of the COVID crisis, but are passionate about participating in this program, please contact Frank Weidner at the email above as we have some COVID scholarships that we are able to share.
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