TEENSTAGE ONLINE ACTING 101
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
TeenStage Acting 101
This TeenStage class offers students aged 13-18, considering pursuing acting in junior high, high school and beyond, a perhaps first-time look at the processes of an actor. Students will study and learn, in a fun-yet-challenging environment, how to create characters, analyze ballads, collaborate with other actors, understand Shakespeare, and deliver a show-stopping monologue. At the end of the class, family members will be invited to watch students perform their chosen monologues and songs. This virtual online acting class will run:
Mondays and Thursdays October 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29 6-7pm
Performance for families: Thursday October 29 7pm (after the last class)
About the Director:
Jack Cain is an actor, musician, model, and artist currently studying Acting for Stage, Screen, and New Media at the University of Southern California. He is a graduate of the Appleton North High School Theatre program and a two-time winner of the WHSFA Outstanding Acting Award for his portrayals of Ebenezer Scrooge (A Christmas Carol) and Hamlet (Hamlet). Jack has been on stage since before he could walk, participating in both musical theatre and plays at Northern Star Theatre Company, UW-Fox Valley, Appleton North High School, Summer Shakespeare Theatre, KidStage, and TeenStage. In his time at Appleton North, he was also a leading member of Improvedy, a popular improv comedy troupe in the Fox Valley. Jack is excited to share his love of theatre, acting, Shakespeare, and the arts with students of all ages!