THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY
WORKSHOP & PRESENTATIONS
"THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY" MASTERCLASS: 6:00 P.M.
ALL IN THE TIMING SCENE PERFORMANCES: 7:15 P.M.
MASTERCLASS & SCENE PERFORMANCE PACKAGE: FREE
SCENE PERFORMANCE ONLY GENERAL ADMISSION: $5
Theater can equip you with more skills than just stage craft. Whether it be nailing an interview, wanting to stand out in the crowd or even a desire to push your comfort zones, theater is everywhere!
Join us as we open offer the first class from our exclusive winter masterclass,and receive free admission for a special performance of the three scenes by the eight students from the program!
The biggest challenge that every actor has to overcome is the danger of taking the craft too seriously. To find the truth in the art, we first have to remember to enjoy what we're doing and to embrace exploration.
This free hour long masterclass will seek to tap into the fun of imagination through many group exercises and activities.
Meet The Coaches
A graduate of Grand County High School and The Caine College of the Arts at Utah State, Brendon founded The Restless Observers in 2016 and is dedicated to reinforcing the important role that theater can play in allowing pure expression and in safely pushing comfort zones.
Notable Credits: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Director), Slipping (Eli), The Matchmaker (Barnaby)
Awards: Moab to Monument Valley 49 hour Short Film Competition (1st Place Professional 2019), Best Independent Production (Slipping, 2017), Best Supporting Actor in Utah (Take "5" 2014), Best Character Actor in Utah (Bench 18 2011)
A graduate of Ellington High School and a former member of The Caine College of the Arts at Utah State, Gillian joined The Restless Observers in 2018 as the assistant director for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Her dedication, consideration and professional knowledge make her an instrumental asset in making learning fun!
Notable Credits: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Assistant Director) Member of The International Thespian Society
Awards: Moab to Monument Valley 49 hour Short Film Competition (1st Place Professional 2019), Connecticut Drama Association (1st place people's choice The Endless Arc 2018)
To be announced.