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Theatre: Adults & Seniors

Williamson County Parks and Recreation is proud to offer theatre classes and workshops for adults and

Acting for the Ageless   more detailActing for the Ageless
Enrichment Center
9:00am - 3:30pm
Ages: 40+
Cost: $50
Click on date to register for that class:
Monday, April 22
Monday, May 20
Monday, June 17
Monday, July 22
Monday, August 19
Instructor: Rick Bernstein

Do you remember being a child and how much fun you had imagining you were someone else? Do you remember the secret dialogues you shared with your imaginary friends? Come do it again...with a whole group of people doing the same thing. Come find your “inner child” again!

“Acting for the Ageless” lets you practice the art of improvisational acting...telling other's stories and listening while others tell yours. In this one-day workshop, we’ll:

  • Talk about the art of acting and the structure of storytelling. 
  • Write down the story we want to tell.
  • Tell our stories to the group.
  • Have lunch. Please bring a sack lunch.
  • Cast your story and you will be an actor for someone else's.
  • Rehearse the skits.
  • Perform the skits for classmates.

THERE IS NO MEMORIZATION REQUIRED IN THIS CLASS.

About the facilitator, Rick Bernstein:

Since the early ‘80’s Rick has been invested in bringing his style of storytelling to the public. A Colorado native, Rick spent the last 24 years of his time in Colorado running the theatre he founded, The Morrison Theatre Company/Miners Alley Playhouse. Now, Rick and his wife, Paige Larson, find themselves in Nashville where they are surrounded by an amazing synergy of arts and culture.

Rick’s first love in the theatre has always been teaching. From 6-year-olds to senior citizens, Rick has always been passionate about sharing the art of storytelling with others. Be it actors or novices who just love to see plays, Rick’s believes that art is a quality in all of us and we should all find our personal way to express it. Whether it is to design furniture, write books, paint pictures, or cook great food…we are all artists looking for our way to tell our story.  Rick is also passionate about not qualifying Art. “All Art is art! Some Art will have a greater value to some patrons than other art, but art is art!  After producing and or directing and/or acting in over 175 productions, Rick still finds the collaborative process of creating theatre ‘Magical’.  He looks forward to sharing the ‘Magic’ with YOU!


Want to stay up to date with WCPR's Adult Theatre Classes/Workshops?  You can receive knowledge first-hand about any children's theatre auditions, classes or workshops by signing up for our E-News emails. (We suggest selecting "Adult Activities" and "Performing Arts Events.") If you have questions about any of our Adult Theatre classes/workshops, please contact Alison Worden at Alison.Worden@williamsoncounty-tn.gov or 615-786-0186 ext 2513.

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