Destiny Martino will be playing Nora in A Doll's House at Theatre on the Hill.
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"Taking Kate's (Kate DeVore, Instructor - Voice Workshop) workshop gave me so much to work with. She knows her craft very well. She was direct and very detailed. The class was very motivating, and she made me realize how important our body as an instrument is! I thank Kate for giving us the recipe we need to take our talent to the next level!"
— Jerod Haynes
"The first-day conversation was beautiful! I like the repetition of ideas and the different ways he (Shade Murray, Instructor - Master Scene Study) illustrated them in action, i.e. active listening, not diminishing your scene partner, accepting the offer more. The atmosphere that encourages respect for the craft and the safety to take risks."
— Master Scene Study with Shade Murray Student
"I learned a lot about putting a relationship together in a scene and what certain cues scene have. I always approached a scene better the second time around due to Jack’s (Jack Bronis, Instructor - Level 1 Introduction to Shurtleff) feedback. Regardless of how bad I felt I did, Jack would push to me that I did well and that’s the purpose of the class, to learn. Jack also had some really good one-liner tips."
— Level 1 Student
"Having a break from acting in musicals as a kid, this class helped bring back my confidence and challenge my skills. I thought Jack (Jack Bronis, Instructor - Level 1 Introduction to Shurtleff) was an outstanding teacher. I enjoyed learning the 12 Guideposts and also loved how helpful they were for every scene. I really enjoyed the class and will continue to use your feedback for the future. Thank you for bringing back my confidence on stage!"
— Meaghan Nelson
"Great class, great teacher. I will be back to take more. She (Janelle Snow, Instructor - On Camera 2) is very knowledgeable and challenged us without going overboard. She understood everyone’s needs in the class and what we wanted out of it. She could always answer any of our questions."
— Chrystal Brown