Cite des Arts presents a Discussion with visiting NYU Professor Caroline McGee
for Local Student Actors & Parents interested in applying at Top Acting Programs
Thursday July12 @ 6 30 pm—109 Vine Street---&….
***Master Acting Workshop July 10-14, 2012 featuring scene & monologue work**
Lafayette, La. – Cite des Arts will present an informational discussion, free & open to the community, regarding the application process and financial aid issues at the top academic & professional programs in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles, & nationally.
Associate Professor McGee has mentored a number of local Louisiana students for successful acceptance to NYU Tisch Drama, California Institute of the Arts, Columbia, Emerson and Brown universities, Asolo Rep/FSU, Second City/Chicago, Northwestern U/Steppenwolf, and more.
The acting workshop, July 10-14, 2012, from 4-6 pm will feature acting techniques of legendary masters Lee Strasberg and Michael Chekhov in exercises exploring modern classics plays by Chekhov, Williams, Shepard, O’Neill, and the hottest plays in the current New York season, including: Becky Shaw, Other Desert Cities, August Osage County, Good People, Venus in Fur, Sweet & Sad, Sons of the Prophet, Jerusalem, Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo, After the Revolution, and others.
Actors of all ages and levels of experience are welcome to apply. Classes are at Cite des Arts from 4:00 -
6:00 pm, July 10-14. Fee: $200. For more information and to register: firstname.lastname@example.org
McGee served as Director of the Lee Strasberg Institute/NYU BFA Programs, Associate Professor for the MFA Acting Program at The Catholic University, Washington, DC, and currently also teaches acting and script analysis for film at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Art. She studied at Yale Drama School & received her Master's at UC Berkeley and was among the first group of CODOFIL scholarship students to study in France at The National Acting Conservatory.