Join Us From July 18-24, 2021

Eager to experience university-level, professional theatre training?

Then join us this summer to immerse yourself in artistic collaboration and cutting edge performance.

Take the spotlight for bare-bones monologues and compelling small-cast scenes under the guidance of experienced professional actors and directors.

During this residential, intensive experience, you will explore characters that take you outside your comfort zone, and you’ll learn about yourself in the process. You’ll focus on the tools you need to improve your acting and your professional maturity.

Our acting training and arts leadership development workshops will help you prepare for the next step in your work as an emerging practitioner of the fine arts.

Students entering grades 10-12 are invited to register.

Registration for the 2021 Actor’s Institute is now closed.


Highlights

  • Participate in improvisation and monologue workshops
  • Practice movement techniques for the actor
  • Collaborate with peers and faculty in the performing arts
  • Develop skills in scene performance
  • Develop skills in monologue work
  • Participate in a devised theatre project
  • Get helpful tips in our auditioning workshop
  • Present final public performance of rehearsed work


Instructors

The Actor’s Institute cultivates your artistry to improve your skills as a performer and builds on the personal characteristics that will advance your career, both on stage and off. The institute is operated by Susquehanna University faculty with stellar résumés in the theatre industry and in performing arts education.

Anna Andes, Institute Director

Dr. Andes is associate professor of theatre at Susquehanna University. She is a director and dramaturg who teaches acting, directing and theatre history. Andes specializes in connecting contemporary actors to historical works of drama. She has directed plays and musicals for the College of Charleston and Susquehanna University.

Jeanne Tiehen, Institute Instructor

Dr. Tiehen is assistant professor of theatre at Susquehanna University. She is a director of both musicals and plays and teaches theatre history, directing and acting. Tiehen has a special interest in staging plays about science while also specializing in the vocal and movement training of actors at both beginner and advanced levels.

Contact Us

Summer Pre-College Programs

514 University Ave.
Selinsgrove, Pa. 17870

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Location

Degenstein Campus Center

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Phone & Email

570-372-4451
summerprograms@susqu.edu