Advanced Scene Work
A 2 Night Masterclass Workshop
- 125 US dollars$125
- Cherokee Street Northwest
Join critically acclaimed and award-winning actor, director, writer Forrest Attaway in this two-night intensive guaranteed to help you get out of your head, be present in the moment, and approach your work with fresh eyes. Get ready for a challenging and fulfilling two nights of in-depth scene work! You'll dive in to incredibly written material and have Forrest guide you in really attacking the work, being aware of actor "traps" and making it relatable, playful, meaningful and connected. Forrest's love of the work is contagious and we guarantee you'll walk away from this workshop with renewed energy and approach to your craft! SCHEDULE: Registration Deadline: July 20 Receive your asssigned scenes by July 24 Attend in-person on July 26 & 27 and be ready to work! About your Coach: Forrest Attaway first made a major splash in the theatre world commanding the stage in such productions as David Mamet’s "American Buffalo", as James Tyrone Jr. in Eugene O’Neill’s "A Moon for the Misbegotten", Tennessee Williams’ "Night of the Iguana", N. Richard Nash’s "The Rainmaker", Anton Chekhov’s "The Seagull", Edward Albee’s "Zoo Story", Harold Pinter’s "Betrayal" David Rabe’s "Hurlyburly", and Shakespeare’s "Titus Andronicus". But Attaway, isn’t just an actor. He’s also a producer and playwright. As a playwright he has penned 'Worth", a tough drama about crime and the middle class, and 'Columbus Day", which juxtaposes the tale of an unwed mother in Texas with a classroom of high-school kids held hostage by a round-the-bend teacher with a shotgun. He and his wife Amy and reside in Kansas City where he is the the artistic director of the Kokopelli Theatre. A long-time fan of "August: Osage County" and Mr. Letts' writing, Forrest is glad to be in Georgia preparing to direct this powerful story on stage for Greenlight Acting Studios.
2950 Cherokee Street Northwest, Kennesaw, GA, USA