Michael Chekhov Acting Technique Certification Conference

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Michael Chekhov Acting Technique Certification Conference


The Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium Presents…

The 9th Annual Michael Chekhov Acting Technique Certification Conference


Nephew of Anton Chekhov, whom Stanislavski dubbed his “most brilliant pupil,” Michael Chekhov developed a visceral, practical and profoundly inspired acting technique.

Enrich your craft and free yourself with Certified Teachers in this empowering technique!

Michael Chekhov Acting Technique
Certification Conference 2019

MODULE 1 (first time students)
June 3-8, 2019
Mount Union University, Alliance, OH
Resident Option: $1095 (includes lodging & food)
Commuter Option: $875 (Includes food)
Payment plan available

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jqlsI6SGkY

Registration Link: https://www.mountunion.edu/michael-chekhov-acting-technique-certified-actor-and-teacher-program

Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium Website: http://greatlakesmichaelchekhovconsortium.com

Email questions to GLMCC President and Producing Artistic Director MARK MONDAY at mmonday@kent.edu

-Jamie Koeth
Director, Jamie Koeth Studio
Associate Teacher, Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium

“There can be no art without joy.”

-Michael Chekhov

“The consortium is an opportunity to play, to exercise all the many tools I continue to perfect as a professional actor. Focused over a week within a nurturing inspired environment with fabulous teachers, I’m reminded of what brought me to acting in the first place, and filled with the many possibilities that are ahead.”

–LAURA PERROTTA (Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland Playhouse, Dobama Theatre, etc.)

“The Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium is an incredible, immersive experience.  The program teaches practical, useful tools for the actor that can be applied in any and every theatrical experience.  It is an amazing opportunity that I would recommend to any actor who is interested in furthering their craft.”

–SCOTT ESPOSITO (Ensemble Theatre, Blank Canvas, Beck Center, Lakeland Theatre, etc.)

“Just a few months out of the first module, I’ve already witnessed the Technique shape and mold the way I act and direct. I feel myself becoming a different and better theatre artist. More importantly, I find myself connecting with a joy and passion for the craft that I’ve never experienced. I’m having more fun and I’m carrying that spirit of play and discovery into my rehearsals which, quite frankly, is way more enjoyable than feeling like I need to have all the answers…”

–CRAIG JOSEPH (Seat of the Pants Productions, Ensemble Theatre, Weathervane Playhouse, Playwrights Local, etc.)


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