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Feminist Acting Class in Baltimore!

december 16-17 with gina young

  • Starts Dec 16
  • 250 US dollars
  • North Calvert Street

Available spots

Service Description

Baltimore Center Stage and SORORITY present FEMINIST ACTING CLASS in Maryland for the first time! Feminist Acting Class is a series of experiments to determine if the form and content of an acting class can both be made feminist. All genders and all levels of experience are warmly invited to join us for a day of paradigm-shifting, idea-sharing, and scene study. You might leave with greater knowledge of women/nobinary/trans and queer playwrights, a monologue that broadens your range and type, or a much needed creative shake-up that alters the course of your career. Plus, we have fun! Sat + Sun December 16 + 17 From 12pm-4pm Price: $250 We are happy to offer sliding scale or scholarships when available, with priority going to BIPOC, disabled, and/or trans actors. Email with a few sentences about your interest in the class. QUESTIONS? PROBLEMS WITH THE ORDER FORM? ~ FEMINIST ACTING CLASS, created in 2016 by Gina Young, has been presented at The Hammer Museum, Feminist Center for Creative Work, Directors Lab West, The Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, The Women in Theatre Conference, Grand Park’s Our LA Voices, and in Master Class form at New York University, Chapman University, USC, CalArts, and Loyola Marymount University. GINA YOUNG (she/they) is an award-winning writer and director whose stage, screen, and curatorial work has been presented everywhere from The Hammer Museum and REDCAT to punk clubs and gay bars across the US and Europe. Recent work includes STRAIGHT PLAY (a queer beach blanket musical); sSISTERSs; and BUTCH BALLET. Young has worked with defining artists of our time including Cassils, Ryan Heffington, and Joey Soloway. She is the creator of SORORITY performance salon for new works by women, nonbinary, and trans performing artists, and is a winner of the Jane Chambers Award for Playwriting and the Humanitas/PLAY LA Prize. Their screenplay ROOM TONE starring Roberta Colindrez of Vida and A League of Their Own is a winner and finalist at film festivals worldwide. “Young challenges the traditional, hierarchical structure of a learning environment, and challenges conventional notions of gender, drawing attention to the oppressive structures in place.” – Daisy Marsden, Bringing Sexy Back “Gina is a dream mentor. Their support, intuitive guidance and brilliant brainstorming is everything I ever wanted from my college professors but never came close." - Sarai Heria

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds or cancellations for Zoom classes.

Contact Details

  • Baltimore Center Stage, North Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD, USA

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