Acting II

Students will continue to further develop the basic techniques of theatrical communication. Learning to externalize through stage movement. Scene study to utilize clues in the script to fulfill the author's or director's intent. Study of the director-actor-audience relationship. Practical application through rehearsal and performance of one-act plays. THIS COURSE CAN BE TAKEN FOR COLLEGE CREDIT, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE FOR DETAILS.

THE INSTRUCTOR

Christopher Tomaino2

CHRIS TOMAINO

Theatre Arts

Professional actor, director & educator for 32 years, with over 60 productions to his credit.  Mr. Tomaino has been happily involved with The Mottola Theater Project for the past 20 years, in addition to multiple theater companies in both New York City and regionally.  Mr. Tomaino teaches a variety of performance-based classes at Brookdale Community College.  The County College of Morris and The Count Basie Theater’s Performing Arts Academy, where he also teaches professional workshops for teachers and other teaching professionals.  He has been a proud member of AEA for the past 26 years.  Mr. Tomaino holds a BA in Communications from Monmouth University and an MFA in Acting from Indiana University