On August 4, 2011 from 7:00pm-9:00pm at the Japanese American National Museum, EWP faculty members and Arts Education Director Marilyn Tokuda will be on hand to give an overview of classes offered and to answer questions.
AaronTakahashi (On Camera Commercial Audition class)
Daniel Reano-Koven (Beginning Voice &Speech)
Dom Magwili (Scene Study)
Will Tiao (“What’s Your Pitch?”
Leslie Ishii (Advanced Voice & Speech andFundamentals of Acting)
“This is a great way for prospective students to learn about our classes and meet our instructors. Many people are aware of EWP’s mainstage programming, but are not always aware that we offer educational programs. Past students have gone on to pursue careers instage, film and television as well as continuing their artistic education, honing their artistic skills. We also have students enroll for personal exploration or creative fulfillment,” says Marilyn Tokuda, EWP Arts Education Director.
EWP Literary Manager Jeff Liu will also be available to answer any questions related tothe David Henry Hwang Writers Institute. The David Henry Hwang Writers Institute, named after Tony Award winner David Henry Hwang, is a nationally recognized force in the creationof new plays that embrace the voice of multi-ethnic America. Countless works have gone onto be read and produced by theatres around the country and numerous institute students have won writing awards and fellowships.
RSVP to Marilyn Tokuda at (213) 625-7000 x15 or firstname.lastname@example.org.