Workshops

Overview of Upcoming Training Opportunities

SITI offers a biennial Conservatory, training studios in our New York home, a master class series in NYC, a yearly intensive at Skidmore College, and international and domestic workshops. Please see below for a listing of upcoming workshops. This list is updated as workshops are confirmed, so please keep checking back! 



Winter 2020 TRAINING STUDIOS - NEW YORK

       Beginner/Intermediate Suzuki & Viewpoints  
       January 13 - 24, 2020

       Experienced Suzuki & Viewpoints   
       January 27 - February 7 2020. 

Viewpoints for Singers Masterclass with Anne Bogart.

December 6-8, 2019

This program will consist of three sessions especially for singers who wish to explore the Viewpoints.

Movement Master Series with Barney O'Hanlon

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December 2 - 18, Monday & Wednesday: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Cost: $450 ($300 Alumni)

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Speaking and Scene Work Master Series with Ellen Lauren

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December 3 - 13, Tuesday & Thursday: 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Friday December 13: 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Cost: $450 ($300 Alumni)

Deadline to Apply: October 25th, 2019

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End your year with a short burst of energy and exploration. 

Chance and Form Master Series with Leon Ingulsrud

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November 5 - 16, Tuesday & Thursday: 6pm - 9pm, Saturday: 2pm - 6pm

Cost: $450 ($300 Alumni)

Deadline to Apply: September 27th, 2019

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Scene and Monologue Master Series with Gian-Murray Gianino

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November 4 - 16, Monday & Wednesday: 6pm - 9pm, Saturday: 10am - 2pm

Cost: $450 ($300 Alumni)

Deadline to Apply: September 27th, 2019

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Brand new offering from SITI Company!

Designed for Action Masterclass

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Febuary 8th & 9th
Saturday 1pm - 5pm 
Sunday 1pm - 5pm

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2020 Experience Suzuki & Viewpoints Training

January 27 – February 7. Monday - Friday, 10:00am – 1:15 pm.

Daily Training in Suzuki Method and Viewpoints. This course will quickly move through a refresher for artists with experience in Suzuki forms and Viewpoints vocabulary. From there, SITI Company will lead artists on a deeper exploration of both trainings and their applications for performance. 

Artists interested in this training are encouraged to apply for the Beginner/Intermediate Winter Training to reinforce a strong foundation in both trainings. Artists who pair the two are eligible for Alumni Pricing on both. Please see here for more information on the Beginner/Intermediate training.

This program does not include additional afternoon instruction. If you are seeking a course that also includes afternoon courses in composition, speaking, and movement check out our Skidmore Summer Theater Workshop June  - 29, 2019 in Saratoga Springs, NY.

 

Deadline to Apply: December 13th

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2019 Winter Beginner/Intermediate Training Studio - January

2020 Beginner/Intermediate Winter Training

 

January 13 – 24th. Monday - Friday, 10:00am – 1:15 pm.

Daily Training in Suzuki Method and Viewpoints. This course will include an introduction to the Suzuki and Viewpoints vocabulary.  More experienced artists will have the opportunity to return to the fundamentals to deepen their understanding of some of the basic concepts.

SITI LAB 2019

SITI Alumni have the opportunity to apply to this year’s SITI Lab, a 4 month residency designed to support SITI Alumni who make self-produced ensemble-based theater work. Each SITI Lab group will receive 25 hours of free rehearsal space over the course of the program. After a group uses its 25 hours, SITI Company will offer a discounted rental rate for the duration of SITI Lab. SITI Lab will culminate in an invited work-in-progress showing on October 4, 2019 in our Zeisler studio. The goal of this showing is to receive creative feedback from SITI Company Members and invited guests in support of further development.

2019 SITI Lab Residents  

Rebecca Jones is a director, actor, and compulsive researcher. She is a founding member and Artistic Director of August Corps, a collaborative training ensemble passionate about creating new works from old stories. A graduate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, she was awarded the National SDC Kennedy Center Fellowship for direction in 2014. She is an alumnus of SITI company’s intensive at Skidmore college and the Viewpoints Masterclass.  Transplanted from the farmland of Alabama, she still makes sweet tea by the gallon and has a natural proclivity to stand barefoot in the dirt.

 

 

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