Upcoming Acting Workshops
Our 2023 Rotate Acting Workshops have not yet been announced. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about participating in an upcoming workshop or bringing a Rotate Theatre workshop to your organization. As an example, the description of a previous series is below.
Example Previous Acting Workshop
- Age: Adult
- Experience Level: All
- Cost: Free*
- COVID Precautions: Outdoor
- City: Madison, WI
- Registration: Closed for the season.
The Rotate Acting Project: Spring 2022 is an outdoor, consent-conscious workshop series for experienced, new, and out-of-practice actors, directors, and other theatre artists -- our different perspectives are invaluable! Join us!
The series utilizes our Rotation Practices to play with and reflect on a variety of acting tools assembled and contextualized by the participants. This process-focused Rotate Theatre experiment invites artists to embrace curiosity, collaboration, and multidirectional learning. The workshop activities are facilitated by a rotating roster of project participants, including ensemble members Cyra K. Polizzi, Breahan Eve Pautsch, Richard Paro, and Ashely Bagot. All participants will be invited (but not required!) to facilitate activities throughout the series.
Interested artists are encouraged to attend a kickoff workshop on Sunday, May 22. Those unable to attend on May 22 are encouraged to email email@example.com about opportunities to join this or future workshop series.
The Rotate Acting Project: 2022 will be held outdoors as a lower-risk option for theatremakers during the pandemic. For those with different access needs, we also offer virtual workshops and will resume indoor workshops when our facilitators feel more comfortable doing so. Please join our Mailing List to be notified about future opportunities.
*Rotate Theatre Company, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is able to offer this professional skill-sharing, community-building opportunity to artists free of charge because of support from our community -- Make a donation today! A donation of $300 covers the workshop series for one local artist.