Scene Study Series with Caroline Lucas

Scene Study
Date(s)
Wednesday June 22nd & Wednesday, June 29th 7-9 PM
Cost
$45 for AC Members, $65 for Non-AC
Address

1810 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
United States

Join Caroline Lucas for our latest series to brush up on your scene study! Over the course of two workshops, you will learn how to identify themes, circumstances, motivations, and relationships within a scene. You will then practice the application of these aspects of scene study and apply them to your acting performance. At the end of the series, each student will have a chance to perform their scene and will walk away with practical tools and techniques to use in their acting career.

Caroline Lucas is an actress, teaching artist and theatre producer who has a special interest in movement theatre, outdoor performing, and all things Shakespeare. On stage, she appeared as a lead in It's What We Do with the Capital Fringe Festival, which won the audience award for Best Drama. In D.C. she has performed with Capital Fringe, Source Festival, Young Playwright's Theater, Rorschach Theatre and The Rude Mechanicals. She has worked as a Teaching Artist with Young Playwrights' Theater, The Theatre Lab and The Actor's Center. In 2018 with More Productions, she produced Babette's Feast Off-Broadway. She holds a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Bethel University in Indiana, and recently completed Shakespeare & Company's Month-long Acting Intensive.

Cancellation Policy: It is expected that if you sign up to take a workshop that you will be present at that event. If you register for a workshop series, it is expected you will be present for all days in that workshop series.