Fear of Film Workshop
The Southern Shakespeare Summer Workshop Series consists of 4 online Workshops, hosted on Zoom, and led by qualified theatre professionals from the Local Community!
Each Workshop is 45-60 minutes in length and requires access to a Zoom account and a computer with a functioning webcam and microphone.
A $15 Participation Fee is due upon registration, a Zoom link will be sent to the email provided during registration the 24 hour period BEFORE the scheduled Workshop.
Thursday, June 25th from 6-7 PM: Fear of Film Workshop! – Erika Stone –
Are you a theatre actor who has thought of working on film but have been afraid that your theatre style of acting won’t translate? Never fear. In this workshop Erika Stone, Acting Instructor with the FSU Film School, will give you practical tools and techniques to translate your acting to fit the requirements of film. Just provide any short monologue or scene (2 minutes or less) and we will re-work it for film after a demonstration and discussion of film technique.
Thursday, July 7th from 6-7 PM: Character Construction! – Dee Selmore
Join us for this one-hour Workshop full of tips and tricks to help you pull a character from the pages of a script out into the real world! Don’t miss this quick lesson by FAMU and FSU Master’s Program graduate Demetria “Dee” Selmore, recently seen portraying the notable character of Matron “Mama” Morton in FSU’s Chicago, among her other credits in shows such as Raisin in the Sun, Footloose, Skeleton Crew, and of course SSC’s Zombie Shakespeare! All ages and abilities welcome!
Thursday, July 23rd from 6-7 PM: Intro to Improv Workshop – Tamara Rozofsky
Join local writer, performer, and storyteller, Tamara Rozofsky, graduate of The Second City’s Sketch Writing and Conservatory programs and iO Theatre’s improvisation program in this refresher on the Basics of Improv.