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Core Craft Class Info Session
Core Craft Class Info Session

Mon, Sep 12


Arts for Lawrence's Theater at the Fort

Core Craft Class Info Session

Core Craft utilizes five acting exercises to help actors create full, vibrant, engaging lives onstage. This FREE info session is an opportunity to learn more about the 7-week course, ask questions, and watch a brief demonstration of one of the exercises.

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Time & Location

Sep 12, 2022, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Arts for Lawrence's Theater at the Fort, 8920 Otis Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46216

About the Event

About the Class:

Core Craft utilizes five core exercises outlined in Uta Hagen’s A Challenge for the Actor to help the actor create a full, vibrant, engaging life onstage. Students will be challenged to observe and recreate three-minute scenes from their own lives to bring richness and honesty to their onstage life. Each practical exercise is designed to work on specific behaviors to apply these techniques to enhance and enrich their work.

The class will meet on Monday evenings, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The class dates are October 10, 17, 24, 31, and November 7, 14, and 21. The 7-week course is $100.

About the Instructor:

Eric Bryant studied with Oscar-winning actress Sandy Dennis and Senior Teacher Carol Rosenfeld at HB Studio in New York. After touring the country in two separate productions of The Three Musketeers, Eric began studying at Circle Rep Lab under the instruction of Michael Warren Powell and Peg Denithorne, initially focusing on the works of Lanford Wilson. From this experience, Eric was asked to become a member of The Lab Theater, which focused on artist development and developing new scripts.


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Refund Policy

As a reminder, all class registrations and ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, tickets may be exchanged for another performance date or event. If a class is canceled, refunds or exchanges will be made available to registered participants.


Arts for Lawrence has a number of accessibility options for our patrons.  If you have any questions about parking, or seating, or have a specific request, please contact the Program Manager, Lecia Floyd at or at (317) 875-1900 ext. 100

Parking / Finding Our Facilities

Parking for Arts for Lawrence is anywhere next to the blue stars on the map below. Amphitheater parking is also available EXCEPT during concerts and festivals. Parking is also available next to 56th Street after 6:30 PM. The parking lot next to our facility is NOT for Theater or FBCC parking. 

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