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      January 7, 2020

      Tuesday   7:00 PM - 10:30 PM

      195 Arizona Avenue Northeast
      Atlanta, Georgia 30307

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      The Film & TV Class for Advanced Actors

      In this class, you will practice and develop the skills necessary for acting in films & television. You will learn how to break down a script, build believable characters, work with directors, and execute every shot from the master to the close up. Each week, you will shoot scenes in class, utilizing playback to learn how to improve your acting work. Teaching Artist Grant McGowen invites special guest Directors to work in collaboration with Actors, giving students invaluable on-set experience and a chance to work with seasoned professionals. You are also encouraged to take home your footage and edit your scenes, helping you better understand the process of filmmaking. "Teaching Artist Grant McGowen, and the hardest working man in the theatre business, conducts courses into the finer points of acting, in this class he centers on the Meisner method... These actors are believable and do a good job of being vulnerable... For those of you that have a bucket list or are seeking a shift in careers, join in the fun and take a course from Pinch 'N' Ouch Theatre." -The Backstage Beat "Director Grant McGowen has gotten fine, sharp performances from all his actors, in every play. As an observer of the Atlanta theatre scene for quite awhile now, I must say that I'm excited by what Mr. McGowen and Pinch 'N' Ouch are offering to Atlanta. It appears that more and more of the city's finest actors want to work with him. Live theatre needs a sense of being on the edge, unafraid of new ideas, new plays, new actors. I think Mr. McGowen is the real deal, and I hope he sticks around." -Atlanta InTown Paper "McGowen's gutsy actors give naturalistic, powerhouse performances... The name, "Pinch and Ouch, honors legendary acting coach Sanford Meisner, who taught that acting had to be absolute truth fully from the heart and soul... That, ultimately, could prove to be the strength of this theater group." -East Atlanta Patch "Edgy is the best word to describe Pinch N Ouch Theatre, a youthful group of dedicated actors shaking up the Atanta theatre scene since 2010. The unusual name is based on a quote from the legendary acting teacher Sanford Meisner, who guided students to act truthfully. Founded and led by Grant McGowen, this troop of youthful artists lives up to Meisners standards, earning them the title of "The Hippest Theatre Company in Atlanta." -Showguide Magazine "Pinch N Ouch Theatre's Producing Artistic Director Grant McGowen teaches an intensive fourlevel approach to the Sanford Meisner acting techniqueknown for producing incredibly raw and authentic acting turns. Here, actors learn to trust their own creative instincts and develop the skills for truthful, truly vulnerable acting on stage and screen ...McGowen has ushered in an acting revolution in the Southeast with his intensive four-level Meisner Acting Immersion course. -Backstage


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