Actors Repertory Theatre
An Improv Show!
Come join us for this one time only event! Directed by the renowned and inherently funny Mario Baldessari, the Third Year Ensemble proudly brings you a night full of side splitting improv comedy!
Don't miss out on this Saturday night of entertainment!
Date & Time:
August 9th @ 7:30pm
Suggested donation ticket @ $10
All proceeds will go toward the ART filming class
Our ensemble includes:
Kaylynn Creighton, Shayla Garfield, Davon Harris, Brian Kraemer, Ashley Lyles, Britney Mongold, Jonathan Palmer, Reginald Richard, Devon Ross, and Taylor Payne
Seating is limited. Reserve your seats by calling 202-333-2202 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Second Year Ensemble
Absolute Acts of Absurdity
By David Ives, Christopher Durang, and Garrison Keillor
Rehearsal Project Instructor Christopher Herring
A collection of comedic one-act plays as the final showcase of the Second-Year Students including Sure Thing, Philadelphia (David Ives), Medea, DMV Tyrant, Funeral Parlor (Christopher Durang), and The Prodigal Son (Garrison Keillor).
Don't miss this night of fast paced FREE fun!
Jordan Couick, Terrence Davis, Thomas Ellis, Gary Pilgrim, and Antonio Sellers
August 22nd, 23rd @ 8pm
August 24th @ 3pm
ADMISSION IS FREE. Seating is limited. Reserve your seats by calling 202-333-2202 or emailing us at email@example.com
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As an accredited actor-training academy, the Conservatory operates under the oversight of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, and the US Department of Education; and its students are eligible to receive federal student loans and grants. The Conservatory’s two-year, intensive, actor-training program – which is firmly rooted in the teachings of Michael Chekhov, Michel Saint-Denis and Constantin Stanislavsky – provides students with 1,800 hours of instruction, practice and rehearsal in 16 months. The Conservatory’s faculty consists of actors, directors and playwrights who are actively employed in the DC-area theater and film community. The Conservatory has been training people for careers in acting since 1975.
Funded, in part, by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts.