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G7 Theatre Academy

2020/2021 Virtual Workshop Series

Welcome to the G7 Theatre Academy

Ken Hildebrandt

We're excited to be offering a number of theatre courses as part of our G7 Lite: Service Pack 29.5 theatre season. Starting this autumn, enjoy a number of training opportunities, all from the comfort of your home. Coming up, we're offering courses in Performing Shakespeare, Stage Management and Playwrighting, and we're looking forward to announcing another performance-based course for the New Year.

Regardless of your experience level, these courses will offer both a refresher and something maybe you didn't know about the topic. We're recruiting top-notch professional, even award-winning, instructors who are looking forward to sharing their knowledge and experience with you.

If you're looking for a good artistic fix for VIRUS 2020, or your looking for ways to build on your skills so you can hit the ground running when the pandemic ends, be sure to enroll today.

Stay well. Stay healthy!

Ken Hildebrandt
Executive/Artistic Director

Winter 2021

Scene Study for Film & TV

A film slate with actors in the background

3 Tuesdays: March 30, April 6 & 13, 2021

Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Instructor: Anette Reilly

Expand your acting skills by diving in to this practical, performance-based short course. Designed for film actors but applicable to stage performers as well, this hands-on workshop will explore important acting techniques such as breaking down a scene, playing your notes, making strong character choices, acting for the camera, and learning the infrastructure behind every good performance. Participants will have the opportunity to work on a short monologue and receive helpful feedback from the instructor.

Cost: $90.00/person + order fees


Click the Register Now button. Max 10 participants.

Annette Reilly

Annette Reilly

Annette Reilly

Annette is an award-winning filmmaker and actor, known for her role as Diana Spellman, Sabrina’s mortal mother, in the Netflix original Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Growing up in small town Alberta, she pursued her love of theatre with a BFA from UVic and was eventually led to film in an effort to bring pressing social justice issues into cinematic storytelling. Her most recent film, A Typical Fairytale, was nominated for 4 Leo Awards and won awards at the Burbank International Film Festival, Children's Film Festival Seattle, Okotoks Film Festival, and NSI Online Film Festival.