master class with Emilio Viera
MASTER CLASS OFFERINGS:
Breaking Down the Text – Friday, November 29th 1 to 4pm
Unarmed Stage Combat 101 – Saturday, November 30th 9am to Noon
Monologue Workshop – Saturday, November 30th 1 to 4pm
TAKE ALL THREE CLASSES FOR $180
All classes will be limited in attendance and be on a first come first serve basis.
For reservation and payment
HARVESTER 56 THEATER/
BATAVIA PLAYERS BRING
AWARD WINNING CANADIAN ACTOR TO PROVIDE THEATER
MASTER CLASS SERIES
The Batavia Players and the Harvester 56 Theater are pleased to announce that they will be offering Theater and Acting Master Classes over the Thanksgiving weekend. The classes will be conducted by Emilio Viera, an Award-Winning Toronto based actor. Classes will include: Unarmed Stage Combat 101
Unlocking Shakespeare: Breaking Down the Text and Monologue Workshop. Each class has a limited attendance and will be on a first come first serve basis. The cost of each three-hour class will be $75.
“This is an exciting and wonderful opportunity for all our local actors. Emilio is an amazing performer that has am incredible presence on stage,” Patrick Burk, Executive and Artistic Director of the Harvester 56 Theater. “His ability to work with all ages and provide a solid Master Class Program makes him ideal for our theater community.”
Emilio Viera has been featured in Much Ado About Nothing and Measure for Measure with the Canadian Stage’s critically acclaimed Shakespeare in High Park. Other classical credits include Titus Andronicus and As You Like It (Canadian Stage) and Romeo and Juliet (Guild Festival Theatre). His performances at the National Shakespeare Festival Theater in Stratford, Ontario have included several roles in The Tempest, Coriolanus, Twelfth Night and Macbeth. He has also appeared in Romeo and Juliet (Guild Festival Theatre.) Emilio was part of the original cast of Hannah Moscovitch’s Bunny at the Stratford Festival. This past year he was part of the original cast of Andrew Kushnir’s Towards Youth at the Crows Theatre in association with Project Humanity.
In 2016, he became one of the youngest recipients of The Peter Donaldson Award at The Stratford Festival, which recognizes an actor with ability in classical texts. Always game for a candid discussion about the work, Emilio enjoys participating in theatre education whether it be as a student or a teacher. He is looking forward to being part of the Harvester 56 Theater family and providing classes to the actors that are a part of this exciting regional theater.
Actors interested in any of the classes should contact Patrick Burk at email@example.com. Enrollment sheets and payments can be made at the Harvester 56 Theater Box Office open Tuesdays and Thursdays or sent to Patrick Burk at the Harvester 56 Theater, 56 Harvester Ave., Batavia, NY 14020. Reservations and payments can also be made at www.dailynewstickets.com for all classes.