Theatre Technique Workshops
So you got the role. Congrats! Now what? There are many acting techniques to help you develop that perfect character for a show, but which should you use? Join Ashley as she breaks down the basics of various acting techniques to help you decide, as an actor, which works best for you. Each workshop focuses on one technique, exploring its history and philosophy, specific exercises to execute the technique, and implementing the technique with a script and character. Students should come prepared to move in comfortable clothes and shoes. No other preparation is required.
Ashley Barrow is the Theatre Programming Coordinator at ArtisTree. She hails originally from Hendersonville, NC where she grew up at the Flat Rock Playhouse in their YouTheatre program. She received her BA in Theatre Arts and a Dance minor from Catawba College in Salisbury, NC where she was trained in multiple acting styles such as Stanislavski, Lessac, and Meisner. Ashley worked in Columbus, GA performing onstage as well as teaching in the Springer Theatre Academy for Georgia’s State Theatre, The Springer Opera House. Ashley has choreographed such shows as How I Became a Pirate and Dr. Doolittle for the South Carolina Children’s Theatre. Ashley is the Production Manager for City Center Ballet and has directed Taming of the Shrew, Antigone, Into the Woods, and Hello, Dolly! at Hanover High School.