5-week ongoing scene study class
with acting coach sarah baskin
This is a continued exploration of how to become more present and alive in your work. The pre-requisite is taking Becoming a Present Actor, or having studied with Sarah privately. The focus will be a blend of: continuing to move through each actors' personal challenges, exploring moment-to-moment work, and investigating story.
Dates and Times:
First class meets Monday, November 27th, 2:30pm to 5:30pm
All remaining classes meet Fridays, December 1st, 8th, 15th, & 22nd, 10:30AM-1PM
Location: AGR, 15 West 28th Street, 9th Floor, NYC 10001
Limited to 8 students
Ages: 16 and up
Must have taken "Becoming a Present Actor", or having studied with Sarah privately.
Men: Please bring 2 copies of a Male/Female scene and 2 copies of a Male/Male scene.
Women: Please bring 2 copies of a Female/Male scene and 2 copies of a Female/Female scene.
Sarah will likely pair everyone up the week before this class starts.
You may cancel and receive credit up to 7 days before the start date of the class. However, within 7 days of the start date of the class, no credit will be issued. Due to the nature and structure of this class, you will not receive credit or be able to make up any portion of this class for any reason if you cancel or miss a class after the start date.
Please note: You will not be able to schedule a make up date if you miss one week of a multi week class! Please only register if you can make all of the class dates.
Sarah Baskin is an actor, teacher, & private coach who has worked professionally in NY for close to a decade. She is a Master Teacher at the LA's #1 acting school, Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop, helping build the NY studio into the thriving school it is today. In her classes, she guides her students to the next level of their work and career - everything from booking their first co-star to series regular roles. In the past year alone, her private coaching clients have booked roles on shows including, "Madame Secretary", "New Girl", "Untitled HBO/Rock&Roll Project", "The Following", "Power", "Law&Order: SVU", "The Blacklist" as well as several feature films including Stereotypically You and Price for Freedom.
As an actor, Sarah has worked Off-Broadway (Roundabout, 59E59, Theatre Row), Regionally, and in Independent Film. She is passionate about new work. Favorite original roles include Dorothy Norman in Retrospective, written and directed by the esteemed Joan Tewkesbury. She is an artistic associate with the film production company Subway Token Films (Official selection in Tribeca Film Festival, 2014). Sarah wrote and starred in the company's upcoming film, AMELIA, which is currently in post production. She is a proud member of The Actors Center Workshop Company, where she continues to study with Master Teachers including Olympia Dukakis and Ron Van Lieu. She earned her MFA in Acting from ART/MXAT Institute at Harvard University and a BA from Vassar College.