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About the Teachers

ETP is excited to announce that we are returning to acting classes with a spooky theme! In the "Spooktacular Acting Series", students will learn acting techniques, such as Stanislavski and Uta Hagen techniques, by professional teachers while using scripts from famous horror movies and tv shows (like Silence of the Lambs, Misery, and Stranger Things). Whether you're a beginner curious about acting, or someone who is looking to brush up on their already-honed skills, this class will be a frightfully fun time!

 

Details:

 

Ages: 16 and up

Dates: October 6, 13, 20, 27

Time: 6:30-8:30 PM

Cost: $75 a student for all four classes

Location: Hilton Garden Inn Conference Room

15520 NW Gateway Ct, Beaverton, OR 97006

Teachers: Erik Montague and TS McCormick

Class size: minimum of 4, maximum of 10

**Scholarships are available depending on need. Please contact ddrerik@gmail.com for more information.**

TS McCormick 

TS McCormick (he/him) holds a Master of Fine Arts in Acting from Minnesota State University, Mankato and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from the University of Rhode Island. Over the past 20 years, he has performed professionally through the continental United States. TS works locally with Bag&Baggage Productions, where he serves as Operations Manager, and Clackamas Repertory Theatre, among others. In addition to his acting work, he has served as an educator at the university level, for numerous companies, and as a freelance acting coach. TS is a member of the Actors Equity Association (AEA), the union of professional Actors and Stage Managers, and the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). 

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ERik montague

Erik Montague is a seasoned actor and acting teacher. He traveled the country teaching acting to thousands of students, and has continued that in Portland with various organizations. He has taught with Northwest Children's Theater, Vision8Studios, Metropolitan Performing Arts, and more. He currently serves as the Development Director for Experience Theatre Project and the Outreach Manager for Northwest Children's Theater. Erik loves being able to encourage students to hone their skills while keeping an upbeat, fun, and positive environment in every classroom he enters.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will COVID-related precautions be taken?

 

Yes. ETP is dedicated to making our class experience a safe one for any students and teachers involved and will enact its company protocols and procedures when it comes to COVID-safety.

 

Do I need to bring anything?

 

Bringing an item that has a special meaning to you will be a part of the lesson plans that TS will implement. More details will be provided in class. Otherwise, wear comfortable clothing that you can move around in.

Do I have to attend all classes?

While attending all classes will ensure you get the greatest benefit from the series, it is not required that you attend all of them. No refunds will be given if you miss a class, however.

What if I can't afford the cost of the class? 

Apply for a scholarship! Everyone is eligible for a scholarship. Scholarships are awarded on an as-needed basis. Contact Erik Montague at ddrerik@gmail.com for more information.

Will the content of the class be graphic?

 

We will be working with some classic horror scripts, such as from Silence of the Lambs, Misery, and Stranger Things, so some graphic language may be included.

 

What is your refund policy?

 

Full refunds will be awarded if a registrant cancels before October 3rd and 50% refunds will be awarded if a registrant cancels before October 5th. If a registrant cancels after October 5th, no refunds will be awarded.