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The Studios

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STUDIO 8

 

Come join Sharon and the Institute’s members for an exploration of

 

THE COSTS OF CONFLICT

Mondays at 7:30 pm

August 5 to November 18, 2019 

Explore a range of emotional responses to international and civil conflicts in a collage of scenes rehearsed through Active Analysis. 

  • REGISTER by July 31 by contacting Sharon!
  • Rent Share is $210 for fourteen sessions.
  • New members must audition at the first session by performing a short monologue of any type.
  • Audits are available by appointment.
  • WHERE —
    The American Legion Hall in Eagle Rock
    2109 Merton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90041
    (Just off Colorado Blvd and Eagle Rock Blvd.)
  • FYI: Sharon is also available for private coaching. To arrange a session, just contact Sharon.

 

!!! NEWS FLASH — The Institute’s next OPEN HOUSE will be November 18, 2019 !!!

!!! Come join a community dedicated to the art of acting !!!

!  For more information, contact Sharon ! 

Modeled on the laboratories in which Stanislavsky developed his System, each Studio teaches Active Analysis and investigates an issue or technique of importance to contemporary acting.

 

  • Sessions are conducted by Sharon Marie Carnicke.
  • Studios meet weekly, generally on Monday evenings, in the LA area.
  • Members are selected by interview and audition.
  • Auditions for the Studios are held periodically during the year. Contact us to learn about upcoming audition opportunities.

 

No one other than Sharon teaches Active Analysis in the United States with full authority. Fluent in Russian and experienced as a director and actor, Sharon learned Stanislavsky’s methods in Moscow from transcripts of his last classes, from his assistant Maria Knebel, and from other prominent Russian masters, who personally worked with him and Knebel.

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