Acting Essentials: Process and Practice
A new eight-week class being offered at the Center for Creative Education.
Taught by award-winning theatre professional Kenneth Kay, Acting Essentials is designed for actors of all levels of experience.
Acting Essentials is a pro-active class centered on character study and monologue work. The focus is on learning and refining a practical acting process that can then be tailored for each individual actor. This process can effectively be used for acting in film, television and on stage.
Classes held on Mondays starting June 20th from 6:00-8:00 PM.
“A career as an actor can be fun and rewarding,” says Kay,” but it is also not for the faint of heart. It requires focus, attention to detail and a strong work ethic.”
A practical “on your feet” program, Acting Essentials will help actors learn how to embark on a career or jump-start a stalled one.
Cost: $240 for the series.
Call Joe Madres on 561-805-9927 or register online.
About your instructor
Kenneth Kay is a producer, director, actor & teacher with over thirty years of professional experience and 300+ stage productions to his credit. A multiple Carbonell Award winner, he is a member of AEA & SAG-AFTRA. Recent credits include featured roles in the Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s acclaimed production of Frost/Nixon and in HBO’s hit series, “Ballers.” In addition to his theatre and film work, Mr. Kay is a teaching professional with Maltz Jupiter Conservatory of the Performing Arts and an Adjunct Professor with the Drama Department of Palm Beach Atlantic University. He also serves as resident director and actor for WLRN’s Radio Theatre. Currently, he is directing The Taming of the Shrew for PBA.