Gain a professional edge on your next great part.
Lifelong actors workshop specific characters over the course of a play.
Acting the Role: THE MACBETHS
with Susan Angelo and Bo Foxworth
Susan has played LADY MACBETH at American Players Theatre, Wisconsin; Workshop Theatre, NYC; and Theatricum Botanicum, LA. Bo has played MACBETH at UCLA, Will & Co and Antaeus Theatre, LA.
4-week session begins June 6, 2022
All sessions are VIRTUAL and available for replay. Sign up as an ACTOR (all genders, races, and ages welcome) or as part of the AUDIENCE.
Registration is now open through June 13th!
Acting the Role is a GREAT FIT for you IF…
You want to be an exceptional actor who stands out from the crowd at auditions and who has a reputation for professional and exciting work!
Being an actor like this can help you:
• book more jobs, which leads to more $$$
• be seen by more agents and casting directors
• have your choice of projects
• save time by learning these skills now
• gain confidence onstage and off
• avoid frustration, stress, and confusion by not knowing what to do with these texts
Perfect for actors in the first decade of their career!
What would it mean to learn all of this NOW instead of years from now?
How do you want to spend this time—especially during a “shutdown” pandemic? Be leaps and bounds ahead of everyone else!
Even if you’re sitting in as an attendee, you can learn just as much from observing an acting class—and imagine what you’ll understand by watching professionals rehearse! This is a CRUCIAL workshop for you to witness – don’t miss your chance!
What actors are saying…
“It was so enlightening to working with Susan on Lady Macbeth. She opened up complexities to Lady M I hadn’t considered, and to the language in a hands-on and tangible way that can be accessed for anyone desiring to deepen and expand their connection with her character.”
Tara BoppNew York City
“This was revelatory. Previous to working with Susan, I’d only looked at Lady Macbeth through the lens of her blood thirsty ambition for status and power, and her subsequent inability to deal with the consequences. But that was a gross and cartoonish characterization; now I see the woman in all her dimensions.”
Jeff LeBeauLos Angeles
What you’ll cover with Susan and Bo in 4 sessions exploring The Macbeths:
The complexities and psychology of these characters keep expanding against the background of a world both present and imagined. Their minds are inextricably tied and shaped by one another, in a relationship that Harold Bloom describes as “the best marriage in Shakespeare”!
The origins: source material, elements of the supernatural, 11th century Scotland, and the world of the play
The relationship: source of their ambition, the hopes, the dreams, the history, and how it begins to collapse
Sleep & Madness
The demise: how her mind is shaped by his, and his by hers, and when they veer away from one another.
And remember: you’re not just learning theory—this all comes from those who have been there and done the work. Night after night.
Join us for ACTING THE ROLE — 3 options available!
1) Audience – Sit in (or watch replays) of all sessions. Q&A if time allows.
2) Actor – be part of a small group discussing and dissecting this role.
3) Deep Dive – includes the Actor level, PLUS be part of an even smaller group to focus on specific speeches and scenes.
Your instructors and scene partners
Susan has performed the role of LADY MACBETH at American Players Theatre, Wisconsin; Workshop Theatre, NYC; and Theatricum Botanicum, LA.
Her career includes classical roles by Shakespeare, Moliere, and Shaw at Shakespeare Theatre DC, La Jolla Playhouse, American Players Theatre, A Noise Within, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, and Theatricum Botanicum. She has dozens of credits in TV/film, including a recurring role on the show Bosch.
She holds an MFA from George Washington University and The Academy of Classical Acting at The Shakespeare Theatre in DC. She also graduated with a BFA from The California Institute of the Arts.
Bo has played MACBETH at UCLA, Will & Co and Antaeus Theatre, LA.
Bo has been a proud member of the Antaeus Company for a decade. Other LA theater includes Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing with SOC and A Noise Within where he received two Ovation nominations. He won an LADCC and Stage Raw Best Actor Winner for Cloud 9.
He has appeared in regional theatre’s through out the country including The Long Wharf, Yale Rep, The Shakespeare Theatre, Vienna’s English Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, The Old Globe and many others. He has numerous film and television credits including Modern Family, VEEP and the HBO movie All The Way starring Bryan Cranston. He is a graduate of UCLA and received his Masters at Yale School of Drama.
BONUS: Q&A with director Jessica Kubzansky (June 15th)
Jessica is the Artistic Director of the Boston Court Pasadena theatre, and has directed MACBETH several times, including Bo at Antaeus Theatre, as well as a site-specific production in Edinburgh, Scotland!
In addition to her work at Boston Court, she has directed The Father with Alfred Molina at The Pasadena Playhouse, at A Noise Within, San Diego Rep, Arena Stage, South Coast Rep, and ACT (Seattle).
Kubzansky teaches graduate playwrights and directors at UCLA, has her MFA in Direction from the California Institute of the Arts, and her undergraduate degree in Creative Writing from Johns Hopkins and Harvard. She has received many awards and honors, among them the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s Margaret Harford Award for Sustained Excellence in Theatre.
If you’re looking to challenge yourself, this is a wonderful opportunity!
Truly taking the time to focus on a specific piece of text while actively working with professionals is not something we are all afforded. Sign up for the chance of a lifetime!
Working with and watching more experienced artists was incredibly valuable.
The back of my script is absolutely covered in notes! This has reignited my drive to work towards goals in my artistic endeavors.
What would all this cost on its own?
This kind of work can save you YEARS of spinning your wheels and DOZENS of frustrating auditions.
How many MORE classes will you take, hoping you learn what you need to know that will set you apart?
Private sessions to cover all this material could easily cost $700-$1000. Here, you can sign up for a FRACTION of the cost, and learn from others.
If you can stand out from the crowd as an actor because of your WORK, then producers, directors, and casting reps WILL take notice and bring you in!
And the more you go in, the closer you get to booking the job!
Nowhere else can you get ALL of this in the SAME place in ONE series!
Accelerate your growth as an actor today! Don’t waste more of your time and money.
Sign up for Acting the Role:
with Susan Angelo and Bo Foxworth
MONDAYS @ 5 – 7 pm PT / 8 – 10 pm ET
June 6 – 27, 2022
Registration is now open through June 13th!
Registration for all levels ends on 6/13/22 at 11:59 pm PT.
Please make your selection below. On the next screen, you’ll choose any specifics items.
We value your investment.
Here’s our no-questions-asked refund policy:
There’s absolutely no risk to join. Every enrollment is backed by our 14-day money-back guarantee. Sign up for the workshop today, and if you don’t feel you’ve learned anything new from the rehearsals or sessions, simply let us know before the second session, and we will refund your entire fee.
You may be asking…
Why does this cost more than a usual acting class? +
You’re receiving much more individual attention and focus than you would in a normal class; there’s no waiting your turn to act—you’re always in the scene!
Plus, instead of watching other actors do scenes for the majority of class time, the instructor is spending more time in discussion and teaching, sharing valuable and real-world lessons learned from actually playing the role professionally.
Can I sign up as an actor if I’ve never done Shakespeare before? +
Absolutely! No time like the present to begin, and you’ll have some wonderfully supportive and skilled individuals to start you off!
How does the Unlimited ticket work? +
You will receive access to a list of all the sessions so that you can “drop in” as you like. Be sure to leave your camera off and your mic on “mute” so that you can just be a silent fly on the wall!
I’m a union/non-union actor. Can I participate? +
Yes! As you are “being yourself” and are not cast in a role, there are no union requirements or paperwork. We’ve spoken with SAG-AFTRA reps in both the Education and New Media departments.
Will anything be recorded? +
YES! We plan to offer limited replays (7 days) for all the rehearsals. Of course, everything will happen LIVE so to get the most out of this series, show up for as much as you can!
What if my question hasn’t been answered? +
Send us an email at workshop AT workingactorsjourney.com and we’ll get back to you!
PS: Don’t miss out on becoming a GREAT actor that people take notice of! Increase your skills, confidence, and network while working at a PROFESSIONAL level!