Although we won’t be able to have students in the theatre this fall, classes will still be held online for 2 hours a week. We are embracing this new format by producing seven online performances using the 2020 Young Playwrights selections. All students in the Fall Youth Acting Workshop will rehearse and perform these exciting new plays. “This is such a great opportunity for both our young actors and young playwrights!” according to GSC Education Director Heidi Dallin, ” Following the tremendous success of the virtual production of Tyler Dwiggins’ SubText we produced this summer in the NeverDark season featuring our teen students, producing our young playwrights work and featuring students from the acting program seemed like a perfect merging of talents. These young actors get the opportunity to create characters in world premiere plays and the playwrights get the opportunity for their plays to be produced! So exciting!!”
Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshops is a professional training program designed to provide young people with an outlet to nurture their creative potential through developing self-confidence, communication and teamwork skills to use in their daily life as well as introducing them to the skills necessary for professional theater.
A thrilling lineup of seven short plays written during the Young Playwrights Workshop will be performed online by this Fall Acting Class. Starting with an audition bootcamp and including classes in mastering dialects, script analysis from the page to the zoom stage, vocal production and acting for the zoom stage , this fast-paced rehearsal and instruction schedule fits into just six weeks before the students’ filmed performance.
The Performance Workshop runs October 5 through November 12: Mondays and Thursdays from 4:00 – 5:00pm on zoom. The Workshop is open to all students under 18 years old. Reduced Price Tuition of $145 (regularly $250). Scholarships available for those with financial need.Led by Education Director Heidi Dallin and welcoming guest directors and former GSC apprentices: Danvers’ Sarah Vandewalle, Newburyport’s Alexis Rappaport and Kentucky’s Liana Genoud as well as Gloucester’s Billy Burgoyne and Newburyport’s Stephen Faria.
The seven plays chosen for the Fall Showcase of New Plays were written during the GSC Young Playwrights Workshop taught by Newburyport’s Deirdre Girard in June. A selection committee read the record-breaking number of plays submitted by the young playwrights for the Fall Showcase and the top 7 plays were selected for production.
Keith Gantos is a recognized Cape Ann artist with a solo show coming up at the Rockport Art Association & Museum in the Marguerite Pearson Gallery. He has produced hundreds of pieces of oil paintings for over 50 years. Gantos completed his first oil painting at age ten. He enjoys working in other mediums as well, such as egg tempera, pastel, gouache, and watercolor. He has been exhibiting his artwork his entire life, won several awards, has been published, and continues to be in shows as outlined below.
His work resides in private collections throughout the United States and in other parts of the world.
Select exhibition and gallery representation:
Artist for ‘Artistic Finishes’ Co., Cleveland, Ohio; La Jolla Art Museum, La Jolla, CA; Lloyd’s Gallery of Fine Art, Escondido, CA; Chaffe Art Gallery, Rutland, VT; Eastmans Art Gallery, Rutland, VT; Quechee Inn Art Gallery, Quechee, VT; (one man show); Ledyard Art Gallery, Hanover, NH â€“ (one man show); Polonaise Fine Art Gallery, Studio 47 Fine Art Gallery, Woodstock, VT; Bradley Fine Art Gallery, San Diego, CA; Spanish Village Art Center – Balboa Park, San Diego, CA; Pastel Society of San Diego, CA; Keith Gantos’ “Staircase” Fine Art Gallery , Rockport, MA; Rockport Art Association & Museum, Rockport, MA
Come and experience his stunning paintings in person October 3 -22, 2020. Concurrently his exhibit will also be available online at: https://www.rockportartassn.org/solo-shows where his works can be enjoyed and purchased.
The Rockport Art Association & Museum is located at 12 Main Street, Rockport MA 01966, and is free and open to the public Thursday – Sunday, 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For more information please call: (978) 546-6604, email: email@example.com, or visit the Rockport Art Association & Museum website at: www.rockportartassn.org.
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