Cardinal Stage offers courses in scene study, improv, fight choreography, speech, directing, and more to children and adults periodically.
Scene Study for Adults
Taught by Liam Castellan
September 10 – October 29, 2018 (8 weeks)
Cardinal Stage’s Administrative Office (900 S. Walnut Street)
Tuition – $250 per student
This eight-week course for adults allows for a deep dive into scene work from contemporary American plays. You’ll learn techniques for character analysis, scene analysis, and how to make sure all that analysis shows up in your acting. You’ll leave with straightforward, accessible tools to improve your next time on stage, whether it’s for an audition, a callback, a rehearsal or a performance.
Registration is now open. Class is limited to 10 students, so sign up now!
Liam Castellan taught acting at IU for three years while earning his MFA in Theatre. At IU he directed The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, The Exonerated, Rat in the Skull, Bad Joke and Two Gentlemen of Lebowski. Off-campus he’s worked with Stages Bloomington and recently directed Church & State for Jewish Theatre of Bloomington. Before IU he spent over a decade directing, acting, teaching and producing in the Philadelphia area and beyond, working with Hedgerow Theatre, Curio Theatre Company, Shakespeare in Clark Park, the Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium and others. He’s a graduate of Northwestern University’s theatre program. www.liamcastellan.com