Meisner Technique II

Event Type
Tuesdays, Jan 9 - Feb 13

The Theatre Lab
900 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
United States

This in person course applies the concepts of Meisner Technique I to a variety of scripted scenes. Students will learn how to approach a text, make active choices, and live (engage) truthfully in the imaginary circumstances. Prerequisite: Meisner Technique I, or other Meisner experience and permission of the instructor.

Instructor: Madeleine Regina
MADELEINE REGINA is a director, actor, producer, and acting coach who primarily operates out of the Washington D.C. area. Madeleine works in many capacities at The Theatre Lab, including in their youth, adult, and Life Stories programs. Though she works on many different audio drama projects, Madeleine most notably is the co-producer of Feminist Fairytales, an audio drama that reimagines the genre of fairy tales through a feminist lens. As an actor, you will soon be able to see her perform in "How the Light Gets In" at 1st Stage (Kat). In addition, she is a Meisner Acting Coach with the Matthew Corozine Studio in New York, and a Master Teacher with ArtStream's Inclusive Theatre Companies. When not making art, you can usually find Madeleine buried in a book or cuddling her little dog Boba.