Teacher Spotlight: Tricia Alexandro

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Tricia Alexandro! Read our interview with her below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? TA: I love sharing information that has helped me unlock my own potential and helped ease my anxiety and uncertainty about …

Teacher Spotlight: Scott Organ

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Scott Organ! Read our interview with him below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? SO: As a playwriting teacher, I enjoy witnessing the moment playwrights unlock something both surprising and inevitable in their writing. As …

Teacher Spotlight: Quinn Vogt-Welch

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Quinn Vogt-Welch! Read our interview with her below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? QVW: The thing I enjoy most about teaching is the community that is formed from the very first moment everyone gets …

Newsletter – July 2024

Doug GoldringCommunity, TBG Updates

Check out our July 2024 Newsletter here! This month’s newsletter features: Upcoming Adult Classes Youth Summer Camps and Intensives Last Chance for the 6-Week Summer Program Applications for the 2024-25 1-Year Acting and Directing Programs …and more!

Teacher Spotlight: Stephen Singer

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Stephen Singer! Read our interview with him below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? SS: Teaching acting is something I never expected to do when I set out on an acting career. I’ve had agents …

Teacher Spotlight: John Yearley

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, John Yearley! Read our interview with him below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? JY: Finding teaching in midlife is one of the great gifts of my life, so it’s hard to narrow it down to …

Kate Neuman: How It Should Be

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Your idea of a character is necessarily less interesting than you are, because it’s only a part of you. – Seth Barrish, many years ago. I’ve been an actor for a long time; I became a writer more recently. I’ve found that, for both, releasing my ideas of “how it …

Join us for our June Improv Sharing!

Doug GoldringCommunity, Student Sharings

It’s Improv Night again! Come by TBG this Friday, June 14 at 7pm to see our next Improv Sharing, featuring students from Improv I and Improv II under the guidance of TBG teaching artist Samantha Evans! Reserve your free ticket here or just come on by!

Teacher Spotlight: Dinanda Klaassen

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Dinanda Klaassen! Read our interview with her below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? DK: Oooh, so many things! When the class and I are in “the playground.” I often talk about the playground metaphor in …

Lee Brock: Compare and Despair

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Today I had a conversation with a fantastic artist. He mentioned, “I’m having some issues with Compare and Despair.” “Why?” “I just heard a song a guy wrote, and I think it’s better than anything I’ve ever written.” “But you are so talented and have accomplished so much!” He shrugged …

Newsletter – June 2024

Doug GoldringCommunity, TBG Updates

Check out our June 2024 Newsletter here! This month’s newsletter features: Upcoming Adult Classes Youth Summer Camps and Intensives Applications for the 6-Week Summer Program and 2024-25 1-Year Acting and Directing Programs Culminating Performances for 2023-24 1-Year Acting and Directing Programs An Improv Class Sharing …and more!

Teacher Spotlight: Brian Rojas

Doug GoldringCommunity, Training

We’d love to introduce you to one of our incredible TBG teaching artists, Brian Rojas! Read our interview with him below… — What do you enjoy most about teaching? BR: [I love] creating an environment for a class to be silly, vulnerable, playful, and supportive with each other. Also, how …

Ron Piretti: The Joy is in the Work

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It is important to have a goal, but so often we forget about the journey. It seems we tend to look for the final result. The joy is in the work. That is where creativity begins. We draw from what we know and those who have gone before us. We …