Starts: Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Sept 5th-15th, 11am - 2pm each weekday
This event is in the past.
As actors, our calling is to inhabit the lives and stories of others. In this two-week workshop we will investigate the power of our own urgent lives and personal lore. Exploring our human urge to stand up and tell, create a funny podcast or write an intimate essay or monologue, we will generate the seeds and begin to craft the material of our own narratives. “Know Thyself,” Socrates counseled. For the performer, this is a wise imperative. The attempt to discover and convey our own stories skillfully and to bare our souls bravely; is a way to become a better actor and, perhaps, our greatest chance to mend the world.
Join Broadway Veteran and OBIE and Lortel Award-Winning Solo performer, Martin Moran, in this two-week intensive exploring the power of personal narrative for the actor.TEACHER BIO
Martin Moran grew up in Denver, attended Stanford University and lives in New York City where he makes his living as an actor and writer. Most recently he completed the Off Broadway run of his one-man play, All The Rage, which received the 2013 Lucille Lortel Award and Outer Critics Circle Nomination for Outstanding Solo Show. He received an OBIE and two Drama Desk Nominations for his 2004 solo play, The Tricky Part, based upon his memoir of the same title. The Tricky Part memoir won the 2005 Lambda Non-Fiction Prize and Barnes and Noble Discover Award. As an actor, Martin’s Broadway and Off-Broadway performances include: Spamalot, Cabaret, Titanic, Bells Are Ringing, How To Succeed…, Big River; Fun Home, (Public Theater) Floyd Collins, (Playwrights Horizons) A Man of No Importance, (Lincoln Center Theater) and Cider House Rules and John Guare’s Three Kinds of Exile at The Atlantic Theater Company. He has performed in many regional theaters including La Jolla Playhouse (Puck), Long Wharf, Williamstown Theater Festival, Trinity Repertory Company and The Intiman Theater. He has also presented his solo work internationally in Poland, South Africa and Canada.
His film and television work includes guest appearances on The Newsroom; The Big C; Possible Side Affects; Private Parts; Law &Order; Law & Order Criminal Intent; Dellaventura and Mary and Rhoda. He wrote the Book and Lyrics for the 2012 “Inner Voices” solo musical, Borrowed Dust, with composer Joseph Thalken. His writing has appeared in Ploughshares and Pushcart Prize. He was awarded a fellowship at The MacDowell Colony and is a recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Grant for Creative Non-fiction. He is at work on his next book, Analphabet.
|Tuesday||September 5, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Wednesday||September 6, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Thursday||September 7, 2017||3:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Friday||September 8, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Monday||September 11, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Tuesday||September 12, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Wednesday||September 13, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Thursday||September 14, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
|Friday||September 15, 2017||11:00 am - 2:00 pm|
All payments for classes are non-refundable (unless a class is canceled).
If you need to cancel a class for any reason, you must notify us by email at least one week before the class begins, and we will apply a credit to your account for a future class.
As our faculty are all working professional actors, directors and playwrights, we reserve the right to change teachers at any time.
Commitment is for the duration of the session. THERE ARE NO CREDITS OR REFUNDS FOR MISSED CLASSES. If you discontinue any class before the ending date of the session, you forfeit your fee.