A World Of Acting Awaits

Summer Beginning Intensive  

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Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30-10:30PM 

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LEVEL I:  July 12th-August 18th, 2011   

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Specifically designed for the Beginning Actor, this Two-Level Intensive combines the fundamentals of a solid acting technique with a step-by-step approach to scene study. Classes meet twice a week for 6 weeks/12 classes. 

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(Level II: Sept 8 – October 18, 2011) 

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For more information, fees, or to set up an interview call 212-741-0209   

Vote for You Never Can Tell!

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You Never Can Tell is registered with the New York Innovative Theatre awards, much like the Tony Awards for off-off Broadway – only YOU are the judges.

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We encourage you to stop by their website to vote for us.nVoting is simple:n1. Go to http://www.nyitawards.com/vote/nand select “audience ballot”n2. Select “Register to Vote” and fill in the online formn3. Check your email for instructions on how to vote

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LEAD ACTORnLowell Byers (Valentine)nLaurence Cantor (Mr. Crampton)nSeth James (Phil)

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LEAD ACTRESSnLucy Avery Brook (Mrs. Clandon)nJessica Osborne (Gloria)nNoelle P. Wilson (Dolly)

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FEATURED ROLE-ACTORnPeter Judd (Walter)nRandy Miles (Mr. McComas)nEdwin Sean Patterson (Mr. Bohun)

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*Do to an error on the NYIT website, these 3 gentlemen are listed under featured ACTRESS. You can vote for them as an actress, NYIT will switch the votes to actor when polling closes*

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FEATURED ROLE-ACTRESSnHelen Abell (Parlor Maid)

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*Do to an error on the NYIT website, Helen is listed under featured ACTOR. You can vote for her as an actor, NYIT will switch the votes to actress when polling closes*

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YOU CAN ALSO VOTE FOR…Outstanding Production of a PlaynOutstanding Ensemble PerformancenOutstanding Director-Robert VerlaquenOutstanding Set Design-Chris MinardnOutstanding Costume Design-Steven DanielsnOutstanding Sound Design-Andy CohennOutstanding Lighting Design-Eric CopenOutstanding Choreography-Jessica Osborne

Here’s What They’re Saying…

2011-2012 One-Year Conservatory

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September 19th – May 20th, 2011

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Monday – Friday 9:00am-1:30pm

nHere’s What Some of Our Graduates Are Saying…n

 

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2010-11 Actress: “The One Year Conservatory has changed my life professionally and personally. After studying at previous acting programs in the city I know and feel that there is no program quite like it.  I have never worked with such incredibly passionate, challenging and encouraging teachers in a supportive and safe environment. The changes and progress that have happened collectively and individually since beginning the program are just extraordinary.  

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 2010-11 Actor: “I was so honored to be a part of this…I couldn’t be more thankful for the people I’ve gotten to work with.”

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There are only a few spots still available. For more information,  please call 212-741-0209 or email us at info@www.tschreiber.org

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Application Requirements

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–  Interview/Audition

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(For Appointment Call 212-741-0209)

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– Two Letters of Recommendation

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– Picture & Resume

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–  $75 Application Fee 

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Free Play Reading Saturday!

The Big CountrynBy Chris BarlownDirected by Morgan Gould

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The Big Country Cast and CrewnMatthew Ballinger-JACKSON BABBISHnMary Monahan-DANA GREGORYnEllen Tobin-CAROL BABBISHnTodd Woodard*-AUSTIN BABBISH

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Chris Barlow-PLAYWRIGHTnMorgan Gould-DIRECTORnBarb Kielhofer-PRODUCING DIRECTORnLanie Zipoy-PUBLICIST

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For more information check out the Big Country website. You can even follow one of the characters, Austin Babbish, on twitter!

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THE_BIG_COUNTRY_-_Characters.html

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http://thebigcountry.posterous.com/

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(and more links coming soon!)

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Last Chance! Sign Up for Summer’s Commercial Class

*Last Chance*

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2 Spots Left

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“I loved it! John is great and extremely effective at assessing each of our needs as commercial actors!”

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The Art and Science of Commercial Acting

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with John Howard Swain

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June 15th-July 20th, 2011nWednesdays 2:00 – 5:00PMnFee: 6 classes/$375 ($300 if taken with scene study) 

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Open to All Levels

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This six-session workshop provides each student, whether new to the business or a seasoned actor, with a set of skills that takes the guesswork out of the commercial audition process. His students get real results!

Spend Your Summer With Us!

*Now Enrolling*

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“Thus far the best experience I have had as an actor” – Spring 2011 Conservatory Actor

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 Six-Week Summer Conservatory

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July 5th – August 14th, 2011 

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Monday-Friday 9:30am-1:30pm 

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Fee: $1995  (Extended Payment Plans Available) 

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Application Requirements…

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– An interview/audition. For an appointment, call 212-741-0209. 

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– One letter of recommendation 

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– One picture and resume (description of applicant’s acting experience)

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– A $75 application fee

Announcing Our 2011-2012 Season!

Lobby Heronby Kenneth Lonerganndirected by Peter JensennOctober 13, 2011-November 20, 2011

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When Jeff, a luckless young security guard, is drawn into a local murder investigation, loyalties are strained to the breaking point. As Jeff’s tightly wound supervisor is called to bear witness against his troubled brother, and an attractive rookie cop finds she must stand up to her seasoned partner, truth becomes elusive and justice proves costly.

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“Soon after making the year’s best movie, You Can Count on Me, Kenneth Lonergan delights us with his irrepressible LOBBY HERO, confirming him as a comic wizard.” -NY Magazinen”A masterpiece. The best drama, the best comedy and the best romance of the year, all rolled into one.” -Time Out New York

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The Last Days of Judas Iscariotnby Stephen Adly Guirgisdirected by Terry SchreibernFebruary 23, 2012-April 1, 2012

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Set in a time-bending, darkly comic world between heaven and hell,nTHE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT reexamines the plight and fate of the New Testament’s most infamous and unexplained sinner.

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“[THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT] shares many of the traits that have made Mr. Guirgis a playwright to reckon with in recent years: a fierce and questing mind that refuses to settle for glib answers, a gift for identifying with life’s losers and an unforced eloquence that finds the poetry in lowdown street talk.” -NY Timesn”Stephen Adly Guirgis has written a real jaw-dropper…expressionistic fantasy…raw language and flamboyantly street-savvy characters…his imagination is dazzling and his command of language downright thrilling.” -Variety

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Jack’s Backna NEW musical comedynbook by Elmer L. Kline with Leo Cardini and Tom Hermannmusic and lyrics by Tom HermannMay 10, 2012-June 17, 2012

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Has Jack the Ripper finally met his match? Find out in this madcap musical romp. Herbert Wingate, an irrepressible cockney sausage stuffer, takes on the ruthless murderer in the foggy, gas-lit streets of Whitechapel. JACK’S BACK is sure to reach your heart and your funny bone as Herbert’s zany schemes unfold, as he valiantly struggles to make the streets safe and his dreams come true.

Last Commercial Class Before the Fall!

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*Filling Fast* 

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The Art and Science of Commercial Acting

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 with John Howard Swain

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June 15th-July 20th, 2011nWednesdays 2:00 – 5:00PMnFee: 6 classes/$375 ($300 if taken with scene study) 

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Open to All Levels

nBud StaffordEarlier this year I auditioned for and booked my first commercial.  The competition was intense and I am convinced that the thing that gave me the edge was what I had learned from John Swain.  John’s nuts and bolts approach to breaking down the copy and delivering the lines combined with the on camera practice and feedback was invaluable. Not to mention, the number of my auditions and bookings has really increased! Bud Stafford

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Beat The Heat!

Beat the heat outside, come to YOU NEVER CAN TELL!

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Only 3-weeks left to see this charming comedy… for more info and reservations call 212.352.3101 or check out our website

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“Sometimes you really can tell. And I will tell you that T. Schreiber’s production of George Bernard Shaw’s  You Never Can Tell is an utterly charming night at the theater.”  -Bess Rowen, Off-Off Online

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