Acting/Writing Lab with Ernest Abuba- 10 Thursdays from Oct-Dec

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Class/Workshop

Oct 20139 Dec 201312
6:30a.m. - 9:30a.m.

520 Studios
520 8th Ave, 3rd Fl
New York, New York, 10018
United States


Register at info@panasianrep.org or212-868-4030
Classical training, monologues and scene work for actors, and original pieces developed by lab process for writers. Students will come to the Class with a piece in mind to work on. Previous students have gone on to perform their works nationally and internationally, and in NYC at HERE, Chashama, PS122, and in Pan Asian showcases and other venues. 
TUITION: $350.
Previous Pan Asian students are eligible for 20% discount ($280). Tuition payment is for all sessions and is non-refundable. 

INSTRUCTOR: ERNEST ABUBA, playwright, director, and veteran Broadway and film actor. Major roles in Broadway’s PACIFIC OVERTURES, LOOSE ENDS. TV: “Kung Fu,” “Adderly” Film: “Twelve Monkeys,” “King Of New York” His plays include: KWATZ! THE TIBETAN PROJECT, CAMBODIA AGONISTES, EAT A BOWL OF TEA, AN AMERICAN STORY, and LEIR REX. Screenplays produced by Wing Prdns, and CBS/PBS: “Mariana Bracetti,” “Osceola,” “Arthur A. Schomburg,” “Lilac Chen,” “Asian American Railroad Strike,” and “Iroquois Confederacy.” He is currently on the theater faculty at Sarah Lawrence College. 

SCHEDULE:
Wednesdays Oct 9 – Dec 11, 2013 (no class Nov 27) 
6:30pm – 9:30pm 

With Public presentation: 
Thursday, Dec 12 at 7:00pm

To register, or if questions, contact Pan Asian Rep at info@panasianrep.org or call us at 212-868-4030.

 

panasianrep . Last modified Sep 19 2013 12:50 p.m.


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