Introduction to Acting

Introduction to Acting

MAR 27 – May 1

Mondays, March 27 through May 1
6:45–9:15 p.m. ET
In-Person: 516 8th Street SE, 3rd Floor Rehearsal Studio

Reserve by March 26, 11:59 p.m. ET

Instructor: Travis Xavier
Prior Experience: Not required.

You have always thought about what it takes to act. Practice the basic skills required to be an actor. Begin your fun journey with an exploration of the actor’s vocal, physical, and psychological instrument while playing entertaining games, creating characters, and performing with an ensemble.

Travis Xavier, is an actor and hip-hop artist. Born in Baltimore, MD, and raised in Tampa, FL. In the D.C. community, his works include: REGIONAL: Imagination Stage: 10 Seconds | Shakespeare Theatre Company: The Merchant of Venice (US) | StageWorks: Superior Donuts | Ira Aldridge Theatre: Spell No.7, Urinetown: The Musical. | Tampa Shakespeare Festival: Romeo & Juliet/ Macbeth | STC Academy: Two Noble Kinsmen, The Winter’s Tale, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore | OTHER: Library of Congress (National Book Festival), Theatre J & Mosaic: Plays From the Front Lines, STC: Virtual GALA, Hidden Valley (Web Series), The Closet (Gasparilla International Film Festival)| Teaching: George Washington University, Imagination Stage, Shakespeare Theatre Co. | Training: George Washington University/Shakespeare Theatre Company: MFA in Classical Acting, Howard University: BFA in Acting, British American Drama Academy: Midsummer in Oxford Program | PERSONAL: he/him/his | “The purpose of the ART is to Praise” | Instagram: @freegracetrizzy |