617-426-0863 (ext. 6)
All's Well That Ends Well performances are free
·Rent or bring a chair - rentals $7 + $3 deposit
·Reserve a spot close to the stage click here
Parking Boston Common Garage
·Bring a blanket to sit on
Shakespeare and... Leadership
Wednesday, May 29, 2013 5:30pm
The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University
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The Two Gentlemen of Verona
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The Last Will
June 3rd - July 29th, 2013
The CSC Apprenticeship Program is an intensive summer training program for young professionals who are actively pursuing a career in theatre. Besides invaluable training, CSC offers a unique opportunity to work alongside theatre professionals on a truly massive scale. Our summer programming reaches over 100,000 audience members every year, and our Apprentices are an integral part of every aspect of the production.
For eight weeks, six days a week, Apprentices participate in a series of skills-building classes and activities. CSC’s nationally recognized faculty focuses on the fundamental skills necessary to unleash Shakespeare’s text onto the modern stage. From morning classes to afternoon rehearsals and evenings on the Boston Common, an Apprentice’s life is never dull.
Master classes supplement the training with work in special topics essential for the classical actor. Past master classes have included:
Training with CSC is put to an immediate, “real world” test with ongoing performance opportunities throughout the summer.
"Along with the solid classical acting foundation I gained, the relationships I developed are indispensable."
"I have grown increasingly comfortable with a genre of theatre assumed 'un-masterable' by many, including myself."
"Truly a summer I will never forget."
"Speaking of transformative, the ending of the program allowed me to step back and truly appreciate what I had gone through that summer. It was hard to go, but it was such a great experience that I will carry with me as I move forward into my career."
Applicants must submit the following:
There is also a required audition consisting of two contrasting monologues, one Shakespeare and one contemporary, not to exceed five minutes.
Auditions for the Summer 2013 program will be held in the CSC offices January 27, February 23, March 9, March 23, and April 21, all from 10am-2pm BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call or e-mail to schedule a specific time or for information on how to audition remotely.
Acceptance notifications are issued on a rolling basis within two weeks of your completed application submission.
TUITION & FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION
Tuition for Summer 2013 is $2,000.
CSC has a very limited number of partial scholarships available to applicants demonstrating financial need. Scholarships are available in $500 and $1000 denominations. The majority of scholarships awarded will be $500. If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please submit a separate financial aid application posted below.
**CSC does not provide housing, although we may be able to assist in finding accommodations.**
APPLICATION AND ENROLLMENT CALENDAR
Jan. 27: 10:00AM - 2:00PM Boston Audition
Feb. 2: 12:00PM - 3:00PM KCACTF auditions in Hyannis, MA
Feb. 23: 10:00AM - 2:00PM Boston Audition
March 9: 10:00AM - 2:00PM Boston Audition
March 11: Application for Work-Study Due
March 16, 17, & 18: NETC auditions in Natick, MA
March 23: 10:00AM - 2:00PM Boston Audition
April 21: 10:00AM - 2:00PM Boston Audition
May 3: Final day to submit applications
May 7: Final decision notifications (including financial aid offers) released
May 20: Deposits due
June 3: First day of classes; all remaining tuition owed due at top of class