Eventide Arts, in collaboration with the Cape Cod Museum of Art (CCMOA) in Dennis, is offering a six-week series of classes in Theatre Arts for adults. The classes are designed to be especially helpful to playwrights, writers and anyone interested in how the theatre arts get from the page to the stage.
Eventide Arts will be holding classes at the Cape Cod Museum of Art, a Dennis landmark on the grounds of the Cape Playhouse and next to the Cape Cinema. One class will be held at the Dennis Union Church at the historic Gertrude Lawrence Stage and one will be held at the Dennis Memorial Library, across from the firehouse and church grounds on Old Bass River Road.
All classes are $15 each and can be purchased at the door with cash, check or credit card. Classes are from 6-8 PM.
Please let us know that you will be coming to one or all of the classes by providing your name and phone number using firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 508-398-8588, mailbox # 3 and leaving a message.
Registration with Mastercard, Visa and Discover is necessary in order to hold your place. All classes are nonrefundable unless cancelled 48 hours prior to session. To register on-line, please go to info@EventideArts.org and e-mail your name, phone number and title of class you wish to attend. We will call you to obtain credit card information.
Jan 31st: “The Long and Short of It: Adapting a Short Work into a Longer One” with Candace Perry. This is part I of a two-part course. (CCMOA)
Feb 7th: Part II of Candace Perry’s class.(CCMOA)
Feb 14th: “Acting for Non-Actors: Scenes, Technique and an Inside Look into Process” with Eliza Ryan. (Dennis Memorial Library)
Feb 21st: “Perspectives of Theatre History: Theatres and Audiences” and “Crafting the Play Today: Playwrights, Actors, Designers and Directors” with Ellis Baker. (Dennis Union Church/Gertrude Lawrence stage) Time change: class from 6:30-8:30
Feb 28th: “Acting the Role: An Actor’s View on Bringing the Writer’s Words to Life” with Toby Wilson. (CCMOA)
Mar 6th: “The Art of Stage Management” with Tara Galvin. (CCMOA)