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Explore Your Dark Side

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Explore Your Dark Side with Jessica Arjet
Tuesdays, October 3 – October 17 (3 weeks) 7-9pm

In this series of workshops you will delve into how to be evil, mean, or just plain bad on stage.  You’ll learn how to play realistic characters who have different perspectives, jerks who provide a helpful antagonist for your protagonist, and characters evil people who will make larger than life bad decisions to keep the story going. Then, you’ll learn how to react to these characters when you find them on stage. You’ll delve into being sad, lonely, scared and angry – in a way that the audience can relate to and feel sympathy for.  After this workshop you can be as bad as you wanna be, and everyone will love you for it!

Jessica Arjet is the Youth Director and a co-owner of The Hideout Theatre. She developed and has run the Hideout Youth programs,: classes, shows, summer camps, workshops, and touring company since 2006. She teaches classes and workshops for both kids and adults. Since 2007 she has also been the producer, director, and actor in the award-winning The Flying Theater Machine – The Hideout’s regular Sunday children’s show and traveling troupe.
Jessica appears regularly on Thursday nights in the Free Fringe and regularly plays and directs at the Hideout and around town at other theaters. She has won several awards as part of these endeavors, including Austin Chronicle Awards, Nickelodeon’s Parents Pick award, Critics Table awards, and a B. Iden Payne nomination.

$72 (or $25 for each week a la carte) / Three weeks (2 hours each week) / Limited Space / **Class held at the Hideout Theatre (617 Congress Ave)

 

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Tue. Oct 10th, 7:00pm-9:00pm. $25

Explore Your Dark Side (Drop In - 2 hrs) **Class held at the Hideout Theatre (617 Congress Ave)

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Tue. Oct 17th, 7:00pm-9:00pm. $25

Explore Your Dark Side (Drop In - 2 hrs) **Class held at the Hideout Theatre (617 Congress Ave)