Actor's Workshop

For ages 13 and up! August 6-23, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. 

August 25, Saturday Recital 7 p.m.

This workshop is an actor's workshop put on by actors. Throughout the duration of the workshop, we would like all participants to come to and understand the hard work and dedication needed to pursue a future in acting. They will all learn many useful skills such as: how to score a script, how to write a critique of a fellow actor, and how to develop a character fully. We would like all of our participants to find themselves out of their comfort zone in our workshop and open up to a new experience.

 

The cost of the workshop is $75 (with an additional convenience fee of $5 if paid online). To sign up for the workshop, please fill out the attached registration form and either print it out or email it back to Kelly Crawford at Kc1464@txstate.edu. NO FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT PAYMENT. There will only be 20 applicants accepted into the workshop, so please return the form as soon as possible. If you have any further questions, please direct them to Kelly at the above address.

MEET THE DIRECTORS:

 

Kelly Crawford- Co-Director: Kelly Crawford grew up in Dallas, Texas. She moved to Corpus Christi in 2007 where she began competitively participating in acting. In 2009, she went to the State UIL One Act Competition with Gregory-Portland High School. She now attends Texas State University pursuing a degree in Production and Performance. She is set to graduate in 2013. She became involved with NBTC two years ago when she was cast in White Christmas. She was last seen on the NBTC stage in Bye, Bye Birdie as the mayor's wife. She has also begun to act in San Antonio and was last seen in the Woodlawn Theater's production of Legally Blonde as Enid Hoops. She is thrilled to be putting on this fabulous workshop with her best friend Tyler and is honored to be able to help her community with their love for theater!

 

 

Tyler Askins - Co-Director: Tyler Askins moved to the San Antonio area in 2010. He went to middle school and high school in Castleberry ISD, where he began his theatre journey. Mr. Askins started college at Tarleton State University in Stephenville majoring in Theatre Performance. He then transferred to Northwest Vista College mentoring under Tim Hedgepeth from Trinity University. Last semester, Tyler transferred to Texas State University, where he changed his major to Theatre Education. Tyler currently serves as Education Director for the New Braunfels Theatre Company. He has worked with NBTC for the past 2 years. He has been seen on stage recently as Fred Gaily in Miracle on 34th Street and Conrad Birdie in Bye, Bye Birdie. He is ecstatic about working with Kelly and helping others grow in the art that he loves.