Actor's Menu 5280 is kicking off the new year with a free 2-hour workshop, and invites serious actors to stop on by for a taste of what's in store for 2014. The workshop will help actors develop their skills in a unique way that will reinvent the characters they play.
Bill Howey, creator of the Actor's Menu, passed the baton to Michael Nuccio in 2006, before Howey relocated to Los Angeles. Nuccio has since maintained the same teachings and practices geared at improving an actor's repertoire, allowing room for growth and mastering auditions in the Denver, New Mexico, and L.A. arenas. It's the belief of the studio that all actors can learn techniques for identifying and fixing their skills to benefit who they are as people and performers.
To see what the studio is all about, actors can stop by at 6p this Thursday, January 9th. The workshop is 2-hours long, but starting at 8, there will be an open house, with a presentation on what's to come throughout the year. Actors—aspiring and working—directors and agents are more than welcome to join the event.
Must be 18 or older to participate. New students who sign up for the upcoming 12-week workshop during the open house event will receive two complimentary classes.
Seating is limited, so interested parties should RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by tomorrow (January 7th).