Feb 23: Shakespeare Monologues with Maggie Hood and Annaliese Kirby

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Feb 23: Shakespeare Monologues with Maggie Hood and Annaliese Kirby

60.00

Ever heard that everything you need as an actor is already IN Shakespeare's text? Well, it's true! Unsure how to decipher it all? You're not alone! Join us for a workshop in text fundamentals to learn how what is already given to us can reveal action, environment and character! Whether you are a seasoned Shakespeare performer looking to brush up on the basics or an eager newcomer to the work, this class will equip you with the essential tools needed to delve into Shakespearean text and approach monologue work.

This workshop will take place on Saturday, February 23rd 12-4pm

Limited space available.

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Maggie Hood (Left) is an actor, teaching artist, creative, and co-founder of The NNC. Previously played Maria in Twelfth Night, Lady Macduff in Macbeth and Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. She most recently could be seen as Elizabeth in the all-female cast of Mary Stuart (Pigeonholed Theatre Company). Maggie, a Brooklyn resident, is a self-proclaimed lover of board games and British television. She fills her time auditioning, working with children, spreading the magic of theater and creating opportunities for women to make theater with NNC. BFA from NYU, www.maggiehood.com.

Annaliese Kirby (Right) is a NYC based actor / producer and co-founder of the No Name Collective. She is a graduate of NYU Tisch, where she double majored in Theater and Psychology and minored in Producing. Kirby has worked professionally in theater, television and feature films and is passionate about bringing classical texts to young audiences and producing theater for female led organizations. Recent productions include HVMLET (Dir. Tatiana Baccari and Wednesday Sue Derrico), Macbeth (NNC), and Twelfth Night (NNC). Favorite roles include Gretchen (Boeing Boeing), Helena (A Midsummer Night's Dream) and Macbeth (Macbeth).