Monologues & Movement - Summer Camp
WEEKLONG SUMMER EXPERIENCE FOR TEENS
This unique theatre camp, created by Prime Stage inspires fun, creativity, and self-confidence for teens, ages 13 – 17.
Class Dates: Monday thru Friday, June 19 – 23, 2017
Showcase: Friday, June 23 at 7:00 PM
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Monologues & Movement begins promptly at 10:00 am each day and ends at 3:00 pm.
Class Location: 840 Saw Mill Run Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15220
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Classes are led by professional actors Ben Blazer and Carin Bendas with extensive experience in dance, movement, voice, acting, and improvisation. Students have fun discovering ways to express their individuality and gain new skills as performers and readers in the classroom and on the stage.
Ben Blazer is a local stage/camera/voice actor and part-time assistant professor of movement and acting at Point Park University’s COPA. He holds a BA in acting from the University of Pittsburgh and an MFA in acting from the University of South Carolina. Ben has trained extensively in the physical approaches to performance of Tadashi Suzuki, Shogo Ohta’s Slow Tempo, the Alexander Technique, among others including Laban, Michael Chekhov, and Meisner techniques. Ben’s professional affiliations include the P3/east collective, Actor’s Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA, and I.A.T.S.E. local’s #3 and #489.
*See more of Ben at carinandbenblazer.com
Carin Bendas has been studying dance, acting, voice, and movement for twenty years. Most recently, Carin had the honor of originating the role of The Woman in Fusions at La MaMa in New York. Since 2009, Carin has been a proud member of a select group of actors employed by Kaufmann Forensic Acting, through whom she is contracted to work for the FBI and several other government agencies. Carin is currently completing her MFA in Theatre at the University of South Carolina, where she was also an instructor of acting and movement.
*See more of Carin at carinandbenblazer.com
Programs are funded in
The Grable Foundation, The Laurel Foundation, PNC Charitable Trust, Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation and The State Farm Foundation
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Prime Stage Theatre is eligible to receive EITC Funding.