Sunday, April 14, 2019

Ezra Barnes conducting Young Actors Workshop in Brooklyn

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Photo by Joseph Henry Ritter
Aria Standing Misalliance
Aria working on an audition monologue

Ezra Barnes, Director
Collaboration, communication, decisiveness, focus, empathy, self-reliance, joy! Acting skills that go beyond the stage.
Afterschool Classes in Cobble Hill (Christ Church) and Clinton Hill (Brooklyn Free School) Spring session up and running, some space still available.
*Ages 7-9:
THE PLAY’S THE THING, Age: Games, Improv, Short Plays
Mondays, 4:00-5:00 p.m, April 1-June 17 (no class April 22 and May 27): $280 (Christ Church)
*Ages 10-13:
THE YOUNG ACTORS WORKOUT: Scenes, Improv, Games, Short Plays
Mondays, 5:30-6:50 p.m., April 1-June 17 (no class April 22 and May 27): $280 (Christ Church)
Tuesdays, 3:40-5:00 p.m., April 2-June 18 (no class April 23 and June 4): $280 (Bklyn. Free School)
*Ages 13-18
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00 p.m., April 2-June 18 (no class April 23 and June 4): $280 (Christ Church)

*Audition Prep & Private Coaching
If your child is preparing for an audition for school admission, a theater production or an on-camera project, or if they cannot attend classes at scheduled times, coaching is available by appointment.
Friday group shot

*Want details about how we do it?
Want to know about Discounts and Scholarships?
Classes are located in Cobble Hill (Christ Church on the corner of Clinton and Kane Streets) and Clinton Hill (Brooklyn Free School, 372 Clinton Avenue).
To REGISTER: Download the registration form on the website. Please fill it out and return it to me by email. Or give a ring (917-992-8852). Don’t hesitate to ask questions! I’m always happy to talk and tell you more about the classes.
Making theater sharpens debating skills (Ezra Barnes and Marlo Sausville, photo by Joseph Henry Ritter)

Ezra Barnes is an actor, award-winning director, producer and teacher. His numerous Off-Broadway appearances include the hit Breakfast With Mugabe, a critic’s pick of the New York Times and Best New Play nominee for the Off Broadway Alliance Awards. He received the Outstanding Director Award from the Connecticut Critics Circle for his production of The Diary of Anne Frank in 2018. A Shakespearean expert, he founded Connecticut’s Shakespeare on the Sound, considered one of the premier outdoor classical theaters in the area, and served as its Artistic Director for 14 years, directing and playing in many of the Bard’s plays. TV appearances include featured roles on Orange is The New Black, Jessica Jones, Blue Bloods, Law & Order, SVU, Bored to Death, and As the World Turns. Film appearance include Motherless Brooklyn, Noah, Joshua and Once More With Feeling. A longtime Brooklyn resident and parent, Ezra has taught theater for young people at Saint Ann’s School, the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Poly Prep, the Harvey Milk School and Piper Theatre.
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photo by Joseph Henry Ritter
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