Guest Artist, University of Northern Colorado
Andrea Moon is an Associate Professor of Theatre and the head of Theatre Studies at the University of Northern Colorado where she teaches movement and dramatic literature. Andrea is a playwright, performer, poet and teacher. Her theatrical work has been produced at theatres and Universities across the country as well as in Italy and China. Most recently her newest full length play was workshopped by the Apprentice Company at the Actor’s Theatre of Louisville. Her written work has been published by Dramatic Publishing and Applause Books. She has an MFA in Playwriting from the University of Texas at Austin and a PhD in Theatre History and Criticism from the University of Colorado Boulder.
Movement for the Actor
, Intermediate, Advanced / Acting, , , , , /
This workshop will use a rigorous and practical movement training to lead students through supporting emotional and psychological choices with their full physical selves. Students should come to the workshop with a short monologue they would like to work on.
The Dramatic Self
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced / Acting, , , , , /
The most honest art is the art that comes from what we know. At the same time we don't want to put only ourselves onstage again and again. This workshop guides the student through molding their own personal experience into art. Students will re-imagine the stories and people of their life into scenes and monologues using short writing exercises that focus on myth and alternative points of view. Bring something to write with and something to write on.