Life is one giant game of Improv that we all get to play. This class aims to make actors more comfortable thinking on their feet, and to build confidence within them by using theater exercises and acting challenges. Not only will this class help to give students the skills to succeed on stage, but the skills to succeed in life as well. Students will learn to confidently create scenes as well as build upon written works while fully committing themselves to any given circumstance. Let’s Play!
Goal: The goal of this class is for students to free themselves physically, mentally, emotionally and vocally while activating their creative and imaginative spirit to build confidence in oneself and fully commit to the task at hand. Join us today!
Mondays, 6:30-8:00pm (Age 19+) Instructor: Dave Stein First Class: Monday, September 19th
Thursdays, 6:00-7:00pm (Middle/High School) Instructor: Dave Stein First Class: Thursday, September 8th
$50 Registration Fee, $375 per semester
Register at the links below today! Select the "New Student Registration" below if you have never attended class at YAT. Select "Returning Student Registration" if you have attended a summer camp or class.
Dave Stein been acting and working in theater since he started as a child actor at First Stage in his hometown of Milwaukee. After graduating with his BFA in Acting, Dave went to work with the Bay Area Children’s Theatre in California, where he taught acting and improv. He then moved back to Milwaukee and took a break from the theater world to work in Morning Radio. He was the Producer of “Elizabeth & Radar”, the #1 morning show in Milwaukee for 4 years. While working at the radio station, Dave and his partner wrote and produced a comedy play, NOT TODAY. When Dave isn’t teaching or acting, you’ll find him baking breads and desserts for his baked goods company Tastefullbellys! This is Dave’s second year at YAT. You may have seen him on the YAT stage as Vince Fontaine in GREASE. Dave his so excited to bring his curriculum based around improv to the students here.