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East West Players

Introduction to Acting

with Dom Magwili

$350

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Although diversity has become a major concern in both theatre and the entertainment industry, actors of color continue to struggle with a predominantly white community of producers. As the longest-running theatre of color in the nation, East West Players continues its mission to produce artistic work and educational programs that advocate inclusion and equitable representation. 

This course is perfect for those who have always wondered what it would be like to be an actor, for those interested in enhancing presentation skills, and for those seeking personal discovery. The class will include theatre games and improvisational exercises as well as a survey of basic acting fundamentals that address specific issues for Asian American actors. As the educational arm of the first and foremost Asian American theatre company in the nation, this course maintains a safe, respectful, and proactive environment to explore the state of Asian American acting today.

Level: Beginner

Scholarships are limited and based on availability. For more information, please email classes@eastwestplayers.org  

INSTRUCTOR BIO:

Dom Magwili, award-winning actor, director, producer, and teacher for East West Players since 1974. Trained at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, with Darryl Hickman, and East West Players, Dom has guest starred on such TV shows as Close to Home, How to make it in America, and ER. He received critical acclaim for his work in the East West Players Production of Proof, as well as the Lodestone Theatre’s production of American Monsters 2, and the Center Theatre Group’s production of Dogeaters.

Dom wrote and co-directed Independent film, Much Adobo About Nothing, as well as directed Cine Excel Entertainment’s movie, MAGMA. He spent 20 years directing Cultural Nights for UCLA. His musical play, A Jive Bomber’s Christmas had a 10 year run at the Japanese American National Museum and throughout the southland. Dom received his Master of Fine Arts in Acting at Cal State Long Beach, is currently teaching Asian American Film & Video at Cal State Fullerton. He teaches his own acting class, the Acting Dojo.

 

  • Oct 5 - Nov 9th, 2020
    Mon for 6 weeks from 6:30 - 9:30 pm

Online Class

For more info, call us at 213-625-7000





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