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Workshops Fall 2014
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Workshops Fall 2014

Whether you want to improve your professional skills, acquire new skills to help move forward in your career, or just get better at figuring out how to manage your work/life balance, you’ll find what you need at StageSource’sinspiring, motivating — and affordable — fall workshops.
Whether you want to improve your professional skills, acquire new skills to help move forward in your career, or just get better at figuring out how to manage your work/life balance, you’ll find what you need at StageSource’sinspiring, motivating — and affordable — fall workshops.

There are three workshop tracks this fall: Nuts & Bolts, Life GPS, and Actor's Toolbox - See below for more info (or scroll all the way down for the calendar!)

NUTS & BOLTS





Learn how to use these important basic tools to manage, track, and communicate. You know that you need to know this stuff, but you just haven’t gotten around to it. Well, now’s the time.

Tuesday evenings, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
15 Channel Center Street, Boston
$20/session, or $49 for the Nuts & Bolts series of three

Organizing Your Community: 10.07

Matt Wilson & Tracie Konopinski of MASSCreative
Strategies and tactics that are successful in the world of politics can be equally useful in building support for theater and arts activities. Thanks for Coming!

Unlocking the Mysteries of Excel: 10.28

Julie Hennrikus, StageSource
Excel is a powerful tool that can be used for planning, budgeting, tracking — even keeping mailing lists — and it’s much easier to use than you might think. Thanks for Coming!

Building Buzz with Social Media: 11.18

Mary-Liz Murray, Streamix Consulting
Keeping up with social media can seem like a daunting task. Which platforms are most appropriate for you to use, and how can you get the most impact out of the time you’re spending? Register here!



LIFE GPS




Sometimes we’re so busy worrying about work that we neglect important issues in our personal lives. These workshops will help you restore that balance.

Saturday mornings, 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
15 Channel Center Street, Boston
$20/session, or $49 for the Life GPS series of three

Networking for Fun & Profit: 10.18

Graham Wright, Opus Affair, & Julie Hennrikus, StageSource
You know the old saying … it’s WHO you know. Building your network of friends and colleagues can pay off in both your professional and personal life. And it can be fun! Really! **UPDATED 10.16** This event leads right into Fort Point Arts Community's Open Studios so come learn about Networking and then put it to the test when you visit the Open Studios! Thanks for Coming!

Paying Yourself First: Financial Planning for Artists: 11.08

Our speaker is a financial advisor for families and businesses – and also a professional actor! He will help you understand how to effectively budget and manage your personal finances, and to prepare smartly for the future. POSTPONED TIL SPRING - Stay Tuned!

Mastering Your Time: 11.22

Stever Robbins, Executive Coach
How can you make sure that you are devoting your time and energy to what’s really important? Stever Robbins will help you restore your work/life balance Regsiter here!!



THE ACTOR'S TOOLBOX



Acting is a skill that takes time, dedication, and the right tools. Our Actor’s Toolbox series includes some exciting new workshops that will help you expand your knowledge, experience, and yes, the tools in your personal toolbox.

Saturday mornings, 10:00 am –12:30 pm
Location Below
$30/session

Improv Master Class: 11.01

David Marino, ImprovBoston
Location: ImprovBoston Main Stage 40 Prospect Street Cambridge
Improv is a great tool for helping gain confidence and become more of who you are on stage. Even if you have never done improv before, this workshop is for you. Thanks for Coming!

Shakespeare Scene Study: 12.06

TBA, Actors’ Shakespeare Project
Location: TBA - Actor's Shakespeare Project Rehearsal Space. 191 Highland Avenue Suite 2B (second floor) Somerville, MA 02143 - Directions here

Let’s face it, Shakespearean text can be daunting. Whether you want a refresher, are preparing for an audition, or you are just curious about what the heck “wherefore” actually means, this workshop is a great way to explore and refine your knowledge of Shakespeare’s words. Register here!!



COMING WINTER/SPRING 2015:


The Actor’s Toolbox


continues with Headshot Day, GO!Audition prep workshop, and more. Stay tuned for details!

Basic Training: Strengthening Your Administrative Core

This popular series returns with five workshops for those who want to understand more about the business side of presenting theater, including marketing, fundraising, finance, legal issues, and more.

Playwriting Workshops

Playwrights and actors learn about creating and producing new work.

The StageSource Conference: June 6



Programming at StageSource is supported in part by the Cabot Family Foundation

 

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