Professional actors provide workshop, critique for Triton College theater students
WHAT: Professional actors provide workshop, critique for Triton College theater students
Triton College theater students will have the opportunity to learn and receive critique from professional local actors and directors during their finals this week. Students of the Acting II class will perform four scenes from productions by playwright Tennessee Williams for the actors, each of whom have worked extensively with theater companies in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. This week, students worked with Adrianne Cury of Oak Park who showed them different acting techniques and dialects.
WHO: Professional Actors/Directors: Adrianne Cury of Oak Park; Kurt Naebig of Lombard; and Randy Steinmeyer of Chicago
WHEN: Noon on Thursday, May 17
WHERE: Cox Auditorium (Room J-108), in the J-Building; Triton College, 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, Ill.
WHY: Triton College looks for opportunities to enhance a student’s education through real-world experiences across all fields of study. Artistic Director of Theatre Amy Fenton believes that by offering students lessons and advice from professional actors, it will help them to improve where needed and give them the confidence to continue pursuing the field.
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EXTRA: Headshots and bios of the professional actors are available.