A Master Class applying comprehensive technique to Chekhov
In this intensive class, actors have the opportunity to explore the application of technique to scenes and monologues from Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull. Actors will research assigned topics relating to Chekhov, The Seagull, 19th Century Russia, culture, daily life etc and use this homework as a foundation for hands on work on the pieces. Actors will work individually and also in a group. Max 10 actors.
Contact Hours and Dates
Friday May 5, 6:30PM - 9:30PM
Saturday May 6, 1:00PM - 6:00PM
Sunday May 7, 10AM - 5:00PM
Please note, students will receive further payment information upon acceptance into the course.
What to prepare
Read Chekhov’s The Seagull. Once you have applied and been accepted, you will be sent a specific translation of the play. Read this before the first class. Please also bring clothes that will allow for physical work, as well as clothes and shoes that will work for/support your character and the circumstances of your scene.
Marilyn McIntyre & Stephen Costan
How to apply
Please email your headshot, CV and a brief paragraph outlining why you would like to participate in this class to Marilyn McIntyre - firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who may be unable to participate, but would like to sit in on the class, auditing tickets are available for the Saturday and Sunday sessions, at $20 per day. Auditors will be able to observe the class, and participate in the morning vocal warm up.
Please be sure to view our refund policy before enrolling in this course.