Conservatory Presents: Let the Script Be Your Guide with Bobby Weinapple

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Conservatory Presents: Let the Script Be Your Guide with Bobby Weinapple
Start: 02/18/2016 - 2:30am
End: 02/18/2016 - 5:30am

When:  6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17

Where:  Phoenix Annex/ Seydways Acting Studios (Native Sons Building)
414 Mason Street, 4th Floor – Suite 406,
San Francisco, CA 94102
(Cross streets are Geary and Post).

Class Description:  This is a hands-on workshop which includes scripted scene work, and will give practical tools for preparing for a film shoot, script analysis during rehearsal, ways of getting off-book quickly, making strong choices for cold reading, finding the tempo of a scene and much more...

This workshop is designed to explore the foundations of a practical approach to unlocking the secrets of any script for actors at all levels and will help participants create a foundation for a way of working no matter what one’s approach or training may be. 

Note: Class size is limited to 40 members

RSVP: To the SAG-AFTRA San Francisco-Northern California Local by email to Vicki Balich,  Please include your name, phone number union membership I.D. number.

  • Participants will be randomly selected from those who respond, with preference being given to those who have not attended Conservatory events in the past year.
  • As a courtesy to members on the waiting list, if you have reserved a space in this workshop and cannot attend, please cancel your reservation by Monday, February 15. Failure to do so may result in the inability to attend future workshops.
  • We appreciate your enthusiasm to participate in conservatory classes, anyone who shows up without receiving written confirmation will not be granted access to the class. If you arrive late, it is up to the discretion of the teacher as to whether or not you will be admitted.
  • There is no charge for this event.

Bobby Weinapple is a professional actor, director and teacher in the San Francisco Bay Area. On-camera credits include dozens of commercials, industrials and many independent films, as well as guest starring roles on Nash Bridges and Trauma and a featured role in La Mission with Benjamin Bratt. He has also worked at many of the region's major theatres, including the Tony award winning Berkeley Repertory Theatre. In 1996 he received a Drama-Logue Award for Principal Performance for his performance in Lady Be Good with 42nd Street Moon. As a teacher, he has been a faculty member for 8 years with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and currently heads the San Francisco branch of Seydways Studios, one of San Francisco’s premier acting studios.