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Sarafina Vecchio

Sarafina Vecchio

Sarafina has been working as a performer and teaching artist in Chicago for nearly 20 years. She holds a Post Graduate Award in Teaching Shakespeare from The University of Warwick, in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company, in Coventry, England. She also earned a Bachelor's from Roosevelt University and studied classical acting at Richmond College in London. She is the founder of "ShakesPlay!", an independent workshop for middle and high schools, which teaches an on-your-feet approach to connecting kids' worlds to Shakespeare's in a fun, friendly and fearless way. She has been seen on NBC's Chicago Justice, several feature and independent films and on many Chicago area stages. She is proud to be a member of the faculty of Acting Studio Chicago and to have the opportunity to share her energy and passion with others who recognize the incredible professional opportunities the Chicago performing arts community has to offer. 

Classes

GRADES 8-12: SUMMER INTENSIVE FOR TEENS

This one-week summer program was created for teen actors who want to experience training in a professional environment. Students will tackle scene work, monologues, movement exercises, on-camera, and more.

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LEVEL 2 SHURTLEFF TO SCENE

Continue your training with a deeper exploration of scene work.

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Testimonials

"The clarity that the Shurtleff method gave me definitely surpassed my expectations and gave me a definitive method to use when preparing scenes. Sarafina's (Sarafina Vecchio, Instructor - Level 2) feedback was very constructive. I 100% would take another class as well as recommend to a friend."

— Siubhan Stormont

Next Term starts May 1st

Look Who's Working!

ASC alum Sigrid Sutter and ASC faculty member Christina Gorman are performing in 3C with A Red Orchid Theatre, directed by Master Scene Study instructor Shade Murray.