High School (Grades 9–12) 1-Week & 2-Week Intensives

July 8–August 16, 2019

 

2-Week Intensives


   Set Curriculum: 2-Week Acting Track or 2-Week Musical Theater Track

   
    Session 3:
Jul 8–19                  Acting: Good Availability                          Musical Theater: Good Availability
    Session 4: Jul 22–Aug 2           Acting: Good Availability                          Musical Theater: Good Availability

    Touition $760

 


Acting Track

Mon–Fri

1–2 p.m. Improvisation/Physical Character
2–3 p.m. Voice and Speech
3–5:30
Acting Performance Project


Musical Theater Track

Mon–Fri

1–2 p.m. Musical Theater Dance
2–3 p.m. Singing/Audition
3–5:30
Cabaret Project

 

All sessions conclude with a performance project that will be presented to family and friends.

1-Week Intensives


    Session 5: August 5–9                Musical Theater Track: Good Availability
    Session 6: August 12–16            Acting Track: Good Availability

    Tuition: $460
 

Acting Track only

Mon–Fri

1–2 p.m. Voice and Speech
2–3 p.m. Improvisation/Physical Character
3–5:30
Acting Performance Project


Musical Theater Track

Mon–Fri

1–2 p.m. Musical Theater Dance
2–3 p.m. Singing/Audition
3–5:30
Cabaret Project

 

All sessions conclude with a performance project that will be presented to family and friends.

Partial and full scholarships may be available for classes. To request a scholarship application, please email youngconservatory@act-sf.org.

 

Course Descriptions

Acting Performance Project

Designed for students with previous acting experience and training, this intensive course allows students to apply objective, character, obstacle, physicality, ensemble and other basic acting tools to a performance piece. Previous performance projects have consisted of carefully curated scenes & monologues, short plays or original devised pieces that embrace the unique make-up of that particular class of students. Students focus on character development and the dynamics of the play’s language, rather than technical production skills. This class culminates in an open class presentation.

Cabaret Project

Designed for students with previous musical theater training and performance experience, this class will expand on acting, voice, and staging techniques as they apply to actors working in musical theater today. The class emphasizes both ensemble and solo work, and culminates in a performance at the end of the session.

Improvisation

Improvisation is a valuable tool for freeing the imagination, gaining confidence in auditions, and deepening emotional connection. Class will also include imaginative and physical character creation. Class exercises focus on spontaneity, remaining present, and the power of positive choice. This course is a wonderful tool for developing courage and flexibility onstage.

Musical Theater Dance

This course provides students with the technique and experience to meet the specific challenges and demands of dancing in musical theater productions. This course is designed to give students a solid foundation in the movement skills required by today’s stage musicals. The class culminates in a presentation of the various styles of dance in musical theater.

Singing and Dancing

Basic singing and dancing skills are introduced, with focus on accommodating a variety of experience levels. Tools will be applied to a variety of music-theater genres.

Voice and Speech for the Actor

Focusing on one of the actor’s most creative and vital tools, this class is designed to shape and expand voice and speech techniques. With a foundation of breath, relaxation, and alignment, students will explore pitch, volume, articulation, and resonance to expand the freedom and flexibility of the voice. These components will be applied to contemporary scene work.

 


 

Refund Policy

Summer Sessions Only:

  • Courses with insufficient enrollment will be canceled and all tuition and fees paid will be refunded in full.
  • Refund requests for any other reason must be made in writing and will be honored if received at least two (2) weeks prior to the first class session. Class tuition will be refunded minus the non-refundable registration and library fees. Please email your refund request to youngconservatory@act-sf.org
  • Refunds of any kind cannot be processed after the above-stated deadline. You may, however, request to transfer into a different class session. per availability.
  • Please allow 10 working days for your refund to be processed.

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