Friday, March 11, 2011 (6)

Mar 11, 2011
 
  • ACT AMERICAN! Acting class and English practice for internationals

  • Mar 1, 2011 at 3:00pm to Apr 12, 2011 at 4:00pm
  • Location: Pearl Studios
  • Description:

    In this introduction to acting workshop, international students will learn basic acting technique while improving their English skills. We will incorporate voice work, physical improvisation and scene study to prepare students to perform in American English. The 5 session class will culminate in a presentation of monologues and scenes. In keeping with our mission to promote international theatre by living artists, we will draw on texts by contemporary famous finternational playwrights. Students will have the choice to work on contemporary American texts or translate their scene or monologue into English from their native tongue, if they so desire. The class will include regular visits to international theatre events followed by discussion.

    When: Tuesdays 8-10.30pm
    March 1 - April 12

    Where: Pearl Studios, 500 8th Avenue, btw 35th and 36th

  • Created by: Anne
March 3, 2011
Thursday
  • NY Int'l Children's Film Festival 2011 - 3 French animated film premieres!

  • Mar 3, 2011 to Mar 27, 2011
  • Location: Cantor Film Center, DGA Theater, IFC Center, Scholastic Theater, Symphony Space, Asia Society
  • Description: NYICFF 2011, March 4-27, premieres 100 exceptional new films from around the world, plus filmmaker Q&As, receptions, panels, workshops, retrospectives, audience voting and theNYICFF Awards Ceremony.  NYICFF will present three gorgeous French animated features: the US Premiere of A Cat in Paris, the NY Premiere of The Storytelling Show, and the English Language World Premiere of Mia & The Migoo!  Tickets are selling out fast, so get yours today at www.GKIDS.com.
  • Created by: Regan Rondy
March 7, 2011
Monday
  • Tonia Bern-Campbell - "PIAF, CHEVALIER, BREL and me!"

  • Mar 7, 2011 at 2:00pm to Mar 13, 2011 at 12:00pm
  • Location: Metropolitan Room
  • Description:

    Tonia Bern-Campbell returns to New York for the first time in

    30 years when she appeared at the St. Regis and Waldorf

    Hotels.

    The show is a personal memoir of her friendship and professional relationships with Piaf, Chevalier and Brel told

    through their music and Tonia's commentary.

    Ms. Campbell was recognized in Paris as the foremost

    interpreter of Jacque Brel's music and toured with Chevalier

    and appeared in two films with him as well as the Jack

    Benny Show in the U.S.    

  • Created by: Dennis Ritz