Scene x Scene Acting Intensive Application
The Scene x Scene Acting Intensive will meet weekly, beginning in mid February, at a day & time to be determined. The program focuses on basic acting skills, techniques and exercises, and will culminate in a free public performance of scenes presented on Thursday, May 2. The sessions will be conducted by Jessica Nunn, founder of The Phoenix Theatre Company and director of the Jordan-Matthews fall musical.

Scene x Scene applications are open to all current Jordan-Matthews students, and no previous stage or acting experience is required. The workshop has space for fifteen participants. The application is due Jan. 31; please complete the questions thoughtfully! Applicants will be emailed with decisions during the first week of February.

This workshop is sponsored by JMArts, with support from a Grassroots Grant by the Chatham Arts Council. This project was supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources.

Email address *
First name, Last name *
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Grade this school year *
What conflicts do you know you will have this spring, including sports, work, or other activities? (NOTE: This won't affect your selection, but it will help us schedule the sessions) *
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Tell us about your on-stage experience to this point (for information only; remember none is required). You can go as far back in your life as you like! *
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What skills would you like to develop as part of this workshop? In other words, what would you like to be able to learn to do or improve as a result of this experience? *
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Tell us about an actor whose work you admire whether from theatre, television or movies. What are some things this person can do that make you a little jealous of their skills? *
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What's exciting to you about performing on stage? Or what do you think will be exciting about performing on stage? *
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Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about yourself? *
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