Stephanie Feury's Method Acting Workshop

events & workshops · stephanie feury studio theatre · Ages 18+ · United States of America

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JAMES ROBINSON certified reviewer · June 13, 2017
The fringe-goers in attendance couldn't get enough.... full review

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MARCUS CHAVEZ certified reviewer · June 15, 2017
This was a gift to actors! ... full review

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CRISMAN COOLEY certified reviewer · June 21, 2017
Stephanie Feury knows more about a person after hearing (and seeing) them speak a few words than most people do after years of relationship. Combine this clairvoyance with emotional intensity she brings and you can see why a class with her is like walking through a hurricane. Be prepared to be vulnerable and exposed! Of course, this extraordinary personality is what allows actors to find themselves in her presence. ... full review

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RACHEL RATH certified reviewer · June 21, 2017
tagged as: Talent · intense · warm · method
Stephanie is a hot, 'fiery' force of nature. Class was intense but fun. She worked passionately through a monologue and a scene using objective, personalization, "action verbs", "as if", wound/color and pointed out performer shadow moves. Great to see the revelations within the sublimely talented class participants. Stephanie is hyper observant and pulls no punches. If you wish to practice your craft and concentrate on deep work this seems to be a safe place to do it. ... full review

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