We had a great time with The Winter’s Tale last month and now onto Henry V!
Get access to watch the REPLAYS of all sessions for only $5 per month!
Sessions will be held on Mondays May 8, 15, 22 and Tuesday, May 30. Recordings typically available the following day, for 30 days!
Want to be in the Room where it happens? 😉
These sessions are always filled with amazing scene work, and you’ll learn:
- how professional artists approach material
- what questions to ask
- what the director expects from actors
- how to find character clues from the text
- how the exploration never stops!
The great joy of these programs is that we get to:
- spend SO much time diving deep on a scene and characters
- bring together lifelong professionals with newer/younger actors
- cast roles while being totally open to race, gender, and age
Henry V Team for Act 3, Sc 4 and Act 5, Sc 2 (selection):
- DIRECTOR: Elizabeth Dennehy
- DRAMATURG: Gideon Rappaport
- HENRY: Kwana Martinez
- KATHARINE: Erika Rolfsrud
- ALICE: Michele Schultz
Elizabeth Dennehy has been acting for 30+ years, across theatre, tv, and film. She has over 50 film/tv credits and has also worked as a dialogue coach on TV shows. Elizabeth enjoys collaborating with actors to create exciting auditions and has been an audition coach for years. (Hear Elizabeth on the podcast, and she has also been part of several previous workshops.)
Gideon Rappaport is San Diego’s premiere Shakespearean dramaturg; he has worked as an English, humanities and Shakespeare teacher in high school, college, graduate school and professional theater. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in literature and art history at Cowell College, University of California, Santa Cruz, and his Master of Arts and Ph.D. in English and American literature at Brandeis University. He is the author of the book Appreciating Shakespeare and host of a podcast under the same name.
Kwana Martinez regularly appears in national commercials, on stage, and in TV/film. In Los Angeles, she is a board member and company member of the Antaeus Theatre Company. She studied at Vassar, British American Dramatic Academy, and Harvard. (She also played Hamlet in a previous workshop.)
Erika Rolfsrud has appeared on Broadway in The Coast of Utopia, Rabbit Hole, Exit The King. She has appeared Off-Broadway and in regional theatre. In films, Erika has appeared in Alone and Dream Date, and in television she has appeared in Law & Order, Third Watch, All My Children, As The World Turns. She has an MFA from Old Globe Theatre/USD.
Michele Schultz is an actor and business affairs consultant and entertainment attorney in Los Angeles.
Both Erika and Michele participated in our Repertory workshop!