20 Jun Shakespearean Acting – A Page & Stage Summer Workshop
At Logan Street Sanctuary
1274 Logan St., Noblesville, IN 46060
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Ages: 10 to adult
Description: William Shakespeare has been the most-produced playwright in the world for over 400 years. Many people think Shakespeare is difficult to understand. The truth is, his plays are a lot of fun, and very similar to the plays, films, and TV shows of today! This session is for serious, older actors who want to work with Shakespeares plays, scenes, and timeless monologues.
There is a 15 camper limit per session. Spaces tend to fill up quickly!
For more information, or to enroll, please contact Spike Wilson, Camp Director, at (765) 860-7557 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also enroll on our website, www.pageandstageco.org.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
Paul Spike Wilson is a professional director, actor, playwright, and designer. He holds a BA, MA, and PhD in Theatre, with an emphasis in directing, actor training, childrens theatre, drama-for-literacy. He was the Director of the Kokomo Summer Drama Camp for 19 years, coaching over 1,000 students, ten of whom have had successful careers in professional theatre. He is a former teaching fellow for the Miami University Dept. of Theatre and the University of Pittsburgh Dept. of Theatre Arts, and a theatre professor for Ivy Tech Community College. He has 30 years of experience in the theatre, and has directed over 60 productions.