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Being Vulnerable – Bill Stahl (16-11-2429)

Being Vulnerable
Tuesdays, 7:00 – 10:00 PM

November 8 – November 15, 2016
Bayfront Theater, San Francisco 

Schedule: 2 sessions 
Class dates: November 8 and 15
Class size: 16 students maximum
Class length: 3 hours (6 hours total)
Tuition: $90
Prerequisite: Foundation 1 and above

Being vulnerable onstage is the key to portraying real characters and hooking the audience. Whether it is an action scene or an intimate scene, being vulnerable will make your characters real.

You’ll work on heightening your emotional range through a series of exercises, scene work, and scenarios. Specific skills that we will be working on will include: showing not saying, getting hurt, emotional noises, intimacy, and reverie. Students should be prepared to play themselves and also take on characters.


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