ANATOMY OF A SCENE

ANATOMY OF A SCENE: BAD TO THE BONE

Back by popular demand our Anatomy Of A Scene Series!

In our 2012-2013 Season we presented an open seminar/rehearsal format exploration of What Makes Comedy So Darn Funny? Our audiences loved the journey,  and we discovered that many of our audience members have comedic directing talents! People had so much fun they asked us to continue this series. This year, our audience asked us to look at villains, and through a survey, you, our audience has chosen to delve deeper into the these favorite characters and discover what makes them tick – to see if they are indeed Bad To The Bone.

Join us for an open rehearsal seminar with seasoned actors and master directors as they explore — with suggestions from the audience — what makes a villain and why they are so attractive…

imagesRichard III, William Shakespeare’s most famous villain

October 19th@7pm – Cap21 Studios 18 W 18th Street – 6th Floor in THE SHOP

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imagesNurse Ratched, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest: Healthcare gone bad…very bad. (Date TBA)

images-1Medea – How Could She? December 15th @3pm – Cap21 Studios 18 W 18th Street – 6th Floor in THE SHOP

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