See what Voice Theatre has been up to. We are featured on the front page of The Kingston Times.
Happy New Year everyone! Acting Classes are starting up again beginning January 17th. We are meeting on Tuesday nights 6:30-9:30pm.
January 17, 24, 31
February 7, 21, 28
Actors can register for one or more monthly sessions.
The Location: School for Young Artists, 31 Wittenberg Road, Bearsville, NY, 12409
The Class: Culminates in performance and focuses on the art of acting. We will examine character, rehearsal techniques and actor creativity. Focus on scene study, improvisation and increasing your actor tools, risk taking, constructive theatre ethics, voice, physical expression and what it means to be an athlete of the heart. There will be guest teachers in movement and improvisation! Beginners welcome.
The Teacher: Shauna Kanter, Voice Theatre’s artistic director. Faculty member: Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, Stella Adler Studio, T. Schreiber Studio, the UK: Middlesex University, Mountview Theatre Conservatory. She has directed Off-Broadway at 59E59, throughout the USA and internationally in London, Paris, Tel Aviv, Germany, Poland, France and Scotland. BFA–Acting, SUNY Purchase, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School-Directing.
Actor Friendly Price: $65 each month (3 sessions). Sign up for one of both months.
Registration & info: email@example.com
History Lesson #2
Fascism: 1. the doctrines, methods, or movement of the Fascisti. 2. a system of government characterized by rigid one-party dictatorship, forcible suppression of opposition, private economic enterprise under centralized government control, belligerent nationalism, racism and militarism. 3a) a political movement based on such policies. b) fascist behavior. See Nazi.
Dictators make all kinds of charming deals… we must be vigilant and empathetic when it is revealed that “the deals” do not reflect or benefit the people of our communities.
WAMC Roundtable July 6, 2016 – Shauna and Christa[/caption]Shauna and Christa were on the WAMC Roundtable this morning – a nice interview talking about Voice Theatre’s history and the upcoming Summer Youth Workshops. Check out the audio on the WAMC website.
Our anti-bullying workshops across the Hudson Valley high school systems have been going really well, but it’s hard work for the participants and they wouldn’t get through without some fuel. We’d like to send around a huge thank you to all the local supporting restaurants and businesses – and the generous owners of those restaurants and businesses – who have supported our efforts by providing lunches for the students. Our friends at Oriole 9, Woodstock Meats, the Landau Grill, Garden Cafe and Joshua’s Cafe, all in Woodstock, have been instrumental in helping us keep our sessions happy, fed and focused. None of this would happen without you. We really appreciate your support and your contribution to the anti-bullying program.
Our efforts with local students will continue over the coming months with our Summer Youth Workshops at the Byrdcliffe Theater. The summer workshops are filling fast, so sign up soon!