Workshops & Classes

Teaching and Workshop Schedule

Jeri Pitcher is a professionally trained theater actor and director. For 14 years, she worked for The Theater At Monmouth as an actor, director, playwright, and Associate Artistic Director.  She is an Adjunct Theater Professor at UMA, a Licensed Massage Therapist, and owner of Sanctuary Massage and Bodywork in Readfield, ME.  Her theater classes promote discovery of the creative self through unity of body, mind, and spirit.

Summer 2014 – YoUMA  ACTING UP!

ACTING UP is a fun exploration of the world of Acting and Theater Performance for High School Students.  This is not a sit at your desk course!  Rather it is a get up on your feet and move workshop.  Students will explore theater improvisation and acting techniques as a group and work on scenes from plays in pairs.  This course is designed to allow students to have fun, explore their creativity, and gain confidence and ease in both theater performance and public speaking.

For more information and registration, contact:

YoUMA at The University of Maine at Augusta

46 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330-9410 877-UMA-1234 (207) 621-3000

www.uma.edu

Fall 2014 at The University of Maine at Augusta:

DRA 251 – Introduction to Acting

This course will introduce students to the basics of acting and scene study. Students will develop an understanding of the art of acting through improvisational exercises, group discussion, in class rehearsals, and performance of scenes and monologues from modern drama.  3 credits.

Thursday evenings 7-9:45pm

For more information and registration, contact:

The University of Maine at Augusta

46 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330-9410 877-UMA-1234 (207) 621-3000

www.uma.edu

Coming in Spring 2015 to The University of Maine at Augusta:

DRA 151 Play Production

This semester class offers practical hands-on experience in the interpretive, artistic, and technical preparation of a theater performance.  All aspects of production are studied as they relate to theater in general and applied in the preparation of scenes and monologues.  Class focuses on acting and directing technique and culminates in performances of final theater projects.

Thursday evenings: 7-9:45pm

For more information and registration, contact:

The University of Maine at Augusta

46 University Drive Augusta, ME 04330-9410 877-UMA-1234 (207) 621-3000

www.uma.edu

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

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