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October 29, 2011

ADVANCED CLASS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACTORS AT THE PETA THEATER CENTER THIS NOVEMBER — OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT!

The Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA) recognizes the deep hunger of the Filipino actor to continue to hone his craft bringing acting to a higher, more challenging, and more fulfilling vista of creativity. Some of the artists would have to go abroad to explore methods and techniques apart from what is offered locally.

This year, PETA is partnering with The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, NY. Stella Adler believes that “Growth as an actor and growth as a human being are synonymous.” Adler’s philosophy has served as a guiding light to many prominent actors in the business today.

The Stella Adler Studio of Acting brings to the Philippines two of its finest and in-demand faculty members to conduct an intensive 55-hour Advanced Class for Professional Actors: Mr. Andrew Wade and Mr. Don Williams.

This workshop aims to equip and edify the Filipino actor with skills in Voice, Text and Scene Study.

We would like to invite you to take advantage of this great opportunity of growth as an artist. The course is limited to 20 slots per class only. Classes are from November 25 to December 2, 2011. (Please check detailed schedule below)

Workshop fee is Php35,000 inclusive of a showcase performance at the end of the workshop.

Qualifications:

1. Actors with at least one professional acting experience (whether in theater, television or film)

2. Must be able to communicate in English

How to apply:

1. Interested applicants should email their resumes to meann.espinosa@gmail.com or petathetaer@gmail.com. Put on the subject line: STELLA ADLER - [YOUR NAME]

2. Wait for a confirmation email from PETA.

Payment terms:

Initial payment of Php10,000.00 to reserve your slot. Initial payment is non-refundable. Reservation period is until September 30, 2011.
Full payment should be made on or before October 15, 2011.
Failure to comply with the payment scheme may result in the cancellation of the reservation.
Payments can be made payable to our bank account:

Philippine Educational Theater Association

Account Number: 6871-00-1799

BPI Family Bank, E. Rodriguez Branch

Fax us the bank in slip for confirmation. Fax number is 4100821, Attn to Meann Espinosa

We will send you the receipt through fax or email

5. Or you can visit PETA at #5 Eymard Drive, New Manila, Quezon City from Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 5pm.

RESERVE A SLOT NOW through: 725 6244 or 0906 211 5003

Please look for Meann Espinosa.

THE FACULTY
Mr Andrew Wade joined the Royal Shakespeare Company as assistant voice director in 1987 and in 1990 became head of voice, a position he twould hold for more than ten years. Mr. Wade recorded Working Shakespeare, a series of voice and text work featuring Helen Hunt, Samuel L. Jackson and Claire Danes. He also served as text consultant for the movie Shakespeare In Love. Now, Mr. Wade continues to work all over the world in a freelance capacity. Aside from The Stella Adler Studio of Acting, he also teaches at the Delaware University, the National Theater School in Montreal, and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. He is also currently teaching Master Classes at The Juilliard School in New York.


Mr. Don Williams is the Associate Head of The Stella Adler Acting Studio. He has directed numerous off- and off-off Broadway productions such as Turn of the Screw, The Tempest, Macbeth, Miss Julie, and many others. Some of the productions he has directed at The Stella Adler Acting Studio are Death of a Salesman, Twelve Angry Jurors, Suddenly Last Summer, The Blue Room—all sold out weeks before the opening. As a professional actor Mr. Williams has performed for the Harold Clurman Lab Theater, The Denver Theater Company, and the California Shakespeare Fest, among others.

Class Schedule:

“The actor’s artistic impulse—often cultivated and nurtured by a strong teacher or school—provides the fuel that propels him or her to work, which attracts agents, casting directors, producers, and, ultimately, audience.”

- Tom Openheim, Artistic Director, The Stella Adler Studio of Acting

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