Dream Theatre is now offering classes with Artistic Director Jeremy Menekseoglu. Drawing from techniques originally developed at the Moscow Art Theatre, classes cover the basics of the Dream Theatre Style, such as Ground/Grand Gesture, the Four Actions, and more. Students will learn skills from the Russian, Greek, and British theatrical traditions - developing their physical, analytical, and vocal techniques through practice, discussion, and observation.
Enrollment includes one free, personalized evaluation with Jeremy Menekseoglu. Classes are three hours long and held once a month on Saturdays. Individual classes are $20; packages of 6 classes are available for $100 dollars (packages include a student voucher entitling the holder to 10 free shows in our 2011-2012 season*). To enroll in your first class and schedule an evaluation, email email@example.com
with your name and phone number.
*Does not include Theatre of Women, Special Events, or Opening/Closing.
Having been acting almost exclusively with Dream Theatre since 2008, I can personally vouch for Jeremy Menekseoglu's teaching abilities. I am 100% certain I'm a better actor because of the Dream Theatre style. I can't recommend a class with him highly enough.
I also can't recommend Dream Theatre as a company highly enough. It's a wonderful group of people – hard working and incredibly passionate about putting on a good show. Any knowledge and experience an actor can get at Dream Theatre will help in any avenue. I guarantee it. If you're serious about acting as an art form, take this class. Jeremy will not just teach you things about the style; he'll teach you how to make your own discoveries, and therefore you will continue to learn long after the class is over.
If there's one thing I want to say about the Dream Theatre style to differentiate it, it's this: acting goes up, not down. If you want to raise your mind and body up to a higher level of art instead of bringing a character in a play down to a lower state of being, come to Dream Theatre. This is where actors play.
If you're not interested in acting but would like to see some acting in action, I recommend coming to see a show! "Downward Facing" is now playing, and will be through February 20. Audiences have been telling us that this show seems familiar, but – true to the spirit of Dream Theatre Company – also lets them make a discovery or two.