This class is full. For waiting list information, contact HCA at 905-528-4020.
Explore movement, storytelling, text analysis, character development, building relationships with other actors, and more in our adult acting class. Through theatrical texts, improvisation, and monologue work, participants will work with different acting techniques, highlighting emotional connection and critical thinking.
|Time commitment||2 hours per week|
|Start Date||March 15, 2021|
|End Date||June 14, 2021|
|Spring Break||April 11, 2021 – April 18, 2021|
|Victoria Day||May 24, 2021|
|Week 1||Mon Mar 15, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 2||Mon Mar 22, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 3||Mon Mar 29, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 4||Mon Apr 05, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Spring Break: April 11, 2021 – April 18, 2021|
|Week 5||Mon Apr 19, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 6||Mon Apr 26, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 7||Mon May 03, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 8||Mon May 10, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 9||Mon May 17, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Victoria Day: May 24, 2021|
|Week 10||Mon May 31, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 11||Mon Jun 07, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
|Week 12||Mon Jun 14, 2021||6:00pm–8:00pm||Atelier Studio|
Frequently Asked Questions
An open mind and a willingness to learn! You are also encouraged to bring a water bottle, a pencil and a notebook, and a pair of indoor shoes to wear in studio (outdoor shoes are not permitted in the studio!). Be sure to wear clothes that are comfortable to move around in.
Each class will start with a group class warm up. After that, we may participate in instructor-led activities that will allow us to work together to build an ensemble and learn the basics of acting, independent exercises, or small group script study.
Absolutely. Whether you have experience on stage, or you’ve always wanted to try but never had the chance, Adult Acting will help you connect to your body and voice and let you explore theatre in a safe ensemble environment.
Keeping an Actor Journal is a helpful tool that lets you keep track of your progress, remind yourself of what you’ve learned and stay inspired. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy – just somewhere to keep your thoughts.
You’re encouraged to review your Acting Journal and any scripts you have received over the course of the week to stay sharp for rehearsal on Monday. Challenge yourself to set aside a little bit of time during the week to review, prepare and memorize.