Author Topic: RAW Acting Workshops @ RAW Space Off Broadway, Oct. 18th, Oct. 25th, Nov.1st  (Read 887 times)

Aimee Greenberg

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October: 18th, 25th, November 1st 


Time & Space:
2:00-6:00 pm
RAW Space Off Broadway
923 1st Avenue
San Diego

The first sampler in a series of Master classes designed to access the imagination, develop vocal and physical technique and create bold, authentic characters.

Acting or physical theatre experience recommended.  Directors and/or playwrights are welcome to participate or audit.

October 18th:

Sing the BODY eclectic:

This movement intensive helps refine the actor’s physical technique through the practice of the five rhythms, mask work, archetypal characterization /gesture and Grotowski’s physical theatre exercises.

October 25th:

Speak the Speech

In this master class, the actor learns how to approach examples of classical, contemporary and poetic text through the connection between sound and meaning; breath and image.

November 1st:

Soul Food for the Senses:

This workshop teaches the actor how to expand their range and access the imaginary space. Meisner exercises, sensory improvisation, viewpoints and fantastic realism technique integrated with text allow the actor to try on roles they previously could not “relate to” or get cast in.


 $125 per workshop, $350 for all three
Contact:  Ariel @ for reservations and information. Scholarship and student discount available.  Space is limited.

Aimee Greenberg, MA

Aimee is a veteran theatre artist and master teacher whose work has been produced in Europe, Asia and the United States.  She has collaborated with Grotowski, Gentile and Boal.  She is a native New Yorker who trained with Sanford Meisner, Wynn Handman, Bill Hickey and Stella Adler.  She cut her teeth working in off-Broadway theatres such as Theatre for the New City, La Mama, Etc. and The Medicine Show. As Founding Artistic Director of the former Heijera productions, Greenberg has presented over 15 original solo and ensemble works at Sushi, COCO, Bumbershoot, Barnsdall Art Theatre, LACE, The Carpenter Art Center, LAWTF, HBAC, Seattle Rep,etc.  She is a recipient of multiple awards and fellowships including the Rockefeller Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council, Seattle Original Works and The Los Angeles Endowment. Aimee has taught performance technique and theatre at UCSD, CSUSM and SDSU. Recent local premieres include: Light Falling Down and Occupy the Rice Fields.   Her site-specific A Midsummer Night’s Dream played at Zoro Garden in Balboa Park this August.


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