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Become a Shakespearean Actor!

Katie Powers
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(180)
Get your student hooked on Shakespeare with this highly interactive course that is approachable and fun for all!

Class experience

Our main class goal is to show students that Shakespeare is for EVERYONE! We will spend time analyzing Shakespeare's words to make sure everyone has a complete understanding of the work in front of them. Students will leave class with a clearer view on who Shakespeare was and the literature he produced. An additional goal of this class is to build student's confidence with public speaking and group interactions. Acting has always been a great way to get people to open up and have fun. This opportunity is made endless with the help of Shakespeare's colorful language and larger than life characters. 
I have been in the world of performing arts since I was barely three years old. Since then I have done countless plays, musicals, films, and much more. Shakespeare has always been a love of mine, and I have studied if for years. My training in Shakespeare began at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA), where classical training was an intense part of our curriculum. This lead me to joining The Independent Shakespeare Company, based in Los Angeles, where I was not only able to perform Shakespeare, but also begin teaching his work to students. After graduating from UCLA, where I got my BA in theater, I have continued to both perform and teach Shakespeare across the US. 
Please have access to water! We will be talking quite a bit and we need our voices to stay hydrated in order to perform. Please have comfortable clothing and a good place to sit. You are more than welcome to stand and move during our class time. If you would prefer to move while we perform, make sure your space is able to accommodate you. The play and scenes we will be working on will be posted before class starts. You are more than welcome to print the scenes and look them over, however this is not required for the course, only a personal preference. 
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Parents, please make sure your student has water, as we will be talking quite a bit throughout with class. If your student prefers to perform their scene standing, please make sure that they have access to a clear space to move around. Most of the class will be done from a seated position, so make sure they have a comfortable place to sit and are familiar with how to use zoom. 
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(180)
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My name is Katie and I am so excited to dance with you! I have been immersed in the world of  performing arts since I was 5 years old. Dancing, acting, and singing are my top passions, closely followed by teaching. I graduated from... 
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60 min

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Ages: 11-16
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