Teen Summer Intensives (ages 14-18)

In-Person and Online Summer 2022 Intensives in:
Acting
Musical Theatre
On-Camera Immersion
Film/TV Acting
Improv and Sketch Comedy
Screenwriting
Playwriting

Under the guidance of Barrow Group acting teachers, our teen (14-18 yrs) summer intensives introduce students to the Barrow Group approach to acting. These intensives reinforce working with ease, clarity, and simplicity. We believe that to act is to PLAY, and that students learn the most in an atmosphere of relaxed positive reinforcement.

What makes The Barrow Group School different from many other studios in NYC is that all of our teachers have gone through an intensive teacher training program with TBG co-Artistic Directors Seth Barrish and Lee Brock. So when your child takes a class with us, the teacher has trained for years at The Barrow Group in our specific approach.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]

Three-Week Summer Acting Intensive

This intensive explores:

Acting:

  • ensemble building
  • script analysis
  • scene study
  • on-camera acting
  • introduction to The Barrow Group acting tools
  • rehearsal and performance tools
  • culminates in a showing for friends and family to attend

As well as specialty classes which may include:

  • speech and voice
  • movement
  • Alexander Technique
  • improvisation
  • Shakespeare
  • Business of Acting

Schedule:
In-Person, July 11-29, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm – $1,645
In-Person, July 25 – August 12, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm – $1,645

10am-1pm – Specialty Classes
1-2pm – Lunch
2-5pm – Acting (scene study and on-camera)

No prerequisites or audition required.

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Monday, July 11, 2022 Sold Out
Instructor: Doug Goldring
In-Person - July 11-29, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm, $1,645

Monday, July 25, 2022
Instructor:
In-Person - July 25-August 12, Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm , $1,645

This class teaches our specific approach to storytelling, and introduces students to the same tools that our adult professional actors work with. In our teen classes, students are asked to observe fellow classmates’ work and give objective feedback based on what changed/what was different after an adjustment is given. Honing observation skills in this way is crucial to the learning process and understanding of The Barrow Group approach.