Tailored for the immigrant community, this course melds the fundamentals of acting with public speaking techniques. Participants will work on voice and body language, empowering them to articulate themselves with confidence both on stage and in day-to-day interactions. At the end of the course, there will be a public showing where you can invite your friends and family to see your work!
4 Weeks (One class per week, 1.5 hours each session)
Session one: Every Sunday, 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM Starting from 1/7/2024
Session two: Every Saturday, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Starting from 1/6/2024
Theatre Puget Sound, Armory, 305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
$100 for the entire 4 courses
This class is taught in English
Iveliz is a Chilean actor who recently graduated from the MFA in Acting program at the UW School of Drama. Iveliz is also a science journalist and has developed a career as a radio journalist in Chile where she interviewed public figures and scientists. She is passionate about using her acting training to provide tools for public speaking to members of the immigrant community whose voices are not usually heard. Some of her acting credits include Justice Salvo in The Merry Wives of Windsor at Seattle Shakespeare, Alegrías in Chalk at Yun Theater, Cassandra in The Oresteia at the UW School of Drama, and Buda Errante—a solo show created by herself along with Bradley Wrenn.