Shortform: (usually on Fridays)
fun and fast-paced improvised theatre, filled with scenes, songs, games, and lots of audience participation and suggestions.

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Longform: (usually on Saturdays)
full-length, narrative, genre-driven, completely improvised stories based on audience suggestions.

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Specialty – In-Person: Back on Stage with Rebecca Stockley and Christine Adaire (#21-07-3405)

Back On Stage with Rebecca Stockley and Christine Adaire

Thursday, 7:00-10:00pm PST 

July 29, 2021 

Schedule: 1 session
Class dates/times: 7:00-10:00pm PST// July 29
Class length: 3 hours 
Class size: 12 students maximum
Tuition: $54
Prerequisite: Performance Experience Required **This class requires Head of School approval. Please email with a concise list of performance experience to determine eligibility.

Class Description:
After 15 months improvising online, we’re all out of practice physically and vocally. In this advance performance level session:

  • Connect and improvise in scenes
  • Make entrances with energy and presence
  • Fill the Bayfront Theater with your voice

Plus: Take away: Daily voice exercises you can do on your own for warming up your voice, building good projection, and exploring vocal variety.

About Christine:

Christine is the Head of Voice at American Conservatory Theatre. She began her career as an actress based in New York City. While acting with Shakespeare & Company, she met Kristin Linklater, the world renowned voice teacher and quickly fell in love with voice work. She was apprenticed to and certified by Kristin Linklater in 1987. She has worked as an actor, voice/dialect coach, and director in many American regional theaters. She coached dialects in the first and second national tours of MARY POPPINS.

She’s a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association for over 40 years. Her current area of research and writing is Gender Affirming Voice. She works with trans/ gender non-conforming individuals so they can discover the voice that most fully expresses their gender identity.

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