Intermediate Scene Study I: Introduction to an Approach

Starts: Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Tuesdays, 6:30pm-9:30pm, 10 Weeks

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Instructor: Anthony Gillan

A native New Yorker, Tony attended Queens College in NY, The California Institute of the Arts, and studied privately with William Esper. He’s had the pleasure of being part of the Barrow community since 2011 and has trained there as an actor and teacher under Seth Barrish and Lee Brock.

Broadway credits: Conversations with my Father by Herb Gardner, and Taking Sides by Ronald Harwood. He’s worked for such notable directors as: Daniel Sullivan, Doug Hughes, Nicholas Martin, and David Jones, among others.
Off Broadway: Second Stage, Judith Anderson, Lion Theatre. Regional: Seattle Rep, Yale Rep, Ahmanson/Doolittle, Bay Street Theatre, Crossroads Theatre, and others.

Work in television includes a lead role in the HBO movie, Path to Paradise, and a recurring lead in Sidney Lumet’s, 100 Centre Street for A&E, as well as guest spots on other network shows. Some film credits include: White Hot, I’m not Rappaport, Tenny Benny, and most recently, the indies: Sweets, and No Letting Go.

Instructor: Andres Petersen

Andres Petersen has worked with The Barrow Group since 2000 appearing in PENTECOST, ART, SHORT STUFF 7 and most recently TRUE HAZARDS OF CHILDHOOD. Other credits include film shorts and off-off-Broadway plays throughout the city. He received his training in various disciplines ranging from The Barrow Group, The William Esper Studio as well as Carnegie-Mellon University. He has also had extensive training in dance and substantial involvement in music and a passion for theatrical clown. His involvement with TBG has ranged from collaborating on the design of the existing theater to serving as a board member of TBG.


Location: The Barrow Group
312 West 36 St, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10018
Phone: 212.760.2615



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