Thursday, June 24, 2010


Caroline McGee is returning to Lafayette to offer another workshop in The Method to actors in the Lafayette area. 

This is a basic workshop for all actors (ages 15 and adults), beginning to experienced professionals. You will be working on either one scene or one monologue from Tennessee Williams or Chekhov. The final day of the workshop will be open to (your) guests to watch the scenes/monologues as a work in progress.

Caroline´s version of The Method is a very effective and energetic way to help you deepen your realistic acting (and to put away your inner judge) visibly!  She helps you to approach the Sensory Work, a hallmark of the legendary Method technique, in a delicate and very clear way, after giving you very simple and basic tools to relax and make your body, breath and mind ready and balanced. She helps you in the most personal way to create character, avoiding cliche and stereotype, towards your own unique truth.

Due to the individualized nature of the training, spaces are limited, so register now for an early discount. The workshop is five days/3 hours per day. Dates/times TBA, the last 2 weeks of July 2010. For more info and an application:

Caroline McGee is an actress, producer and theater educator with expertise in actor training and currently serves as Director for the Moscow Art Actor Training/NewGenerussian Company and also served as Director/Producer of The Lee Strasberg Theatre & FilmInstitute Professional Program and the Strasberg Studio/NYU Tisch School of the Arts Undergraduate Drama Program. Her credits in both fields include the New York Shakespeare Festival, Yale Repertory Theater, Williamstown Theater, Berkshire Theater Festival, Opera Theater of St. Louis, PS 122, Ohio, Soho Rep, and other theaters in New York, the U.S., and in Europe. From 1997-2004 she served as the Director of the MFA Acting Program at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.

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