& Masters Programs 2014
Actor Training Intern Program
Marin Shakespeare Company's Intern Program is an opportunity
to study and perform as a part of a professional summer
The program includes six weeks of classes in skills such as: Shakespearean Acting, Audition, Stage Combat and Movement. Classes vary each summer and are taught by members of the professional company including Artistic Director Robert Currier. In addition, Interns have numerous opportunities to perform, work backstage, and teach.
Classes: June 10 - August 1, Tuesdays - Fridays from 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Rehearsals: Additional evenings and weekends.
As You Like It: July 5 - August 10
Romeo and Juliet: July 18 - Sept. 28
An Ideal Husband, by Oscar Wilde: August 15 - Sept. 27
*It is ideal if you are able to perform and play with us through September 28; it is possible to end in August for students returning to school.
All Interns will be guaranteed ensemble casting in at least one mainstage play and may gain EMC points. In addition, Interns will perform a Showcase of scenes, monologues and stage combat work from the summer classes. There will be some technical assignments during performances only. For Interns who wish to gain experience teaching Shakespeare to youth, there are opportunities to assist at summer Shakespeare camps.
An audition in person or by video is strongly recommended to assure yourself the best possible casting opportunity. Some schools have programs which allow interns to be paid through their college or university for work done in conjunction with the Intern Program. We generally accept 8 to 12 Intern students each summer
Housing is not provided; however in the past we have been able to provide housing as a portion of a scholarship award to one or more Interns per summer. San Rafael is very close to San Francisco so any of the surrounding counties (Sonoma, San Francisco, Contra Costa) are just a short drive to San Rafael.
The fee for the Intern Program is $950, which does not include housing, transportation or personal expenses. Please see the scholarship information attached.
The EMC, or Equity Membership Candidacy program, is offered by Actor's Equity Association. All Interns may join the EMC program if they wish. EMC members gain points, or weeks, towards eligibility to join Actor's Equity Association.
To apply, call us at 415/499-4487 for an application or Click Intern Program Application PDF( 418k) .
Technical Intern Program
Are you a high school student or young adult interested in the technical side of theatre? Join our Technical Intern program. Attend hands-on classes in Artistic Direction, Stage Management, Set Design and Construction, Lighting, Prop Design, Scenic Art, Costume Design, and House Management. Tech Interns will be paid a small stipend, and are expected to complete at least 60 hours of instruction and production assisting over the course of the summer. For more information contact...
To apply, call us at 415/499-4487 for an application
or Click Tech Intern Program Application PDF
Osher Lifelong Learning
Artistic Director Robert Currier has offered Shakespeare workshops through Dominican University of California's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, College of Marin, and the Fromm Institute. For information on upcoming workshops, please call 415/499-4485 or email management@marinShakespeare.org
One of our summer mainstage Directors will offer insight on auditioning for outdoor Shakespeare festivals plus one-on-one feedback on your audition piece. A great way to prepare for Marin Shakespeare Company General Auditions. Class size strictly limited to 12 students. Cost: $50. Saturday, February 1, 2014 from 10 am to 1 pm at the Corte Madera Town Center communityroom. For information on audition appointments click here: Audition Information.
To sign up, call 415/499-4487 or Click
here for an Enrollment Form (pdf)
with Shakespeare Masters
Past Workshops have been given by Guest Artists such as Rob Clare, internationally recognized Shakespeare scholar, teacher, and director; and Barry Kraft, long-time Oregon Shakespeare Festival actor, dramaturg and gadfly and Marin Shakespeare actor.
Stay tuned for more information for 2014 events.
To sign up, call 415/499-4487 or Click here for an Enrollment Form (pdf)
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