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Bits of the Bard

May 27 — May 28, 2017

Bits of the Bard


Bits of the Bard is a Shakespearean sampler which includes sonnets, monologues from the comedies and tragedies, ballet and songs based on Shakespearean works, plus some parodies that take light hearted fun at Shakespeare’s expense. The production is a patchwork quilt of talent, creativity, levels of experience, different ages, and people from different ends of Nassau County all pooling their efforts to produce this show.

We hope to leave you humming and thinking as you leave the theatre!


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Live Ink Theatre Announces Spring Acting Classes

Time To Stretch Your Creative Muscles At Amelia Musical Playhouse

Monologues & Storytelling – How to Engage Your Audience: This class is for both actors new to the stage and those with all levels of experience. Students will work on monologues and or storytelling, exploring basic acting skills such as vocal production, movement, dramatic action and text analysis. Students with experience will work on letting go of acting “habits”, taking risks and developing creative discipline. Students will have the opportunity to take part in an Actor’s Showcase on Monday, June 12 at 7 pm.  Class meets Mondays from 12 noon to 2 pm. April 24 – June 12

Scene Study – Comedic Timing & Dramatic Pauses: This class is for students with prior acting experience who want to explore in greater depth scene study and the acting process. Students will work on several scenes, both comedic and dramatic. Students will explore what … read more

2017 Season

ComingSoon

Take a look at the plays and musicals we have lined up for you so far next year.

January: THE BELLE OF AMHERST
January: SHREK
February: 12 ANGRY MEN
March: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
April: STEEL MAGNOLIAS
May: A NIGHT IN THE THEATRE, BITS OF THE BARD
June: FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, HEE HAW Y’ALL
July/August: 6 DANCE LESSONS IN 6 WEEKS, INTO THE WOODS
November: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN

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Classes and Workshops

comedy drama masks by Shannon Hodgson

New Acting Classes!

Monologues & Storytelling – How to Engage Your Audience

This class is for both actors new to the stage and those with all levels of experience. Students will work on monologues and or storytelling, exploring basic acting skills such as vocal production, movement, dramatic action and text analysis. Students with experience will work on letting go of acting “habits”, taking risks and developing creative discipline. Students will have the opportunity to take part in an Actor’s Showcase on Monday, June 12 at 7 pm.  Class meets Sundays from 12 noon to 2 pm. April 24 – June 12

Scene Study – Comedic Timing & Dramatic Pauses

This class is for students with prior acting experience who want to explore in greater depth scene study and the … read more