Advanced Acting Intensive
with Director & Teacher
Erin Galligan Baldwin
starts January 10th, 2023
An In-Person, 4-week (twice a week) class series
Tu/Thu Jan10–Feb 2, 2023
A perfect intensive for actors 15 - adult who are interested in a deep investigation of acting techniques, monologue & audition prep and scene-study work, culminating in a public showcase on Friday February 3.
Special guest artists will join the class throughout the series, including LNT Artistic Directors Kathleen Keenan and Kim Bent.
Scene-work will stretch and expand your capacities. Monologue work will provide you with first-rate audition materials and tools.
Class is designed for Teens-Adults.
Erin is resourceful, creative and passionate and one of the most patient and generous teachers and collaborators I have encountered in the arts. She is an absolute pleasure to collaborate with and holds herself and others to high standards.
~ Margo Whitcomb: Director/Educator/Performer;
Class minimum: 8
Class maximum: 16
Early Bird Discount: $200 if register by December 9th, 2022.
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If you would like to apply for Tuition Assistance, please complete this Scholarship Form
About Erin Galligan Baldwin
Originally from Michigan, Erin began acting and performing at a young age. She attended Interlochen Arts Academy, a fine arts boarding school, as a theater major in high school, and then studied acting, English, creative writing, and dance at the University of Michigan and New York University. Erin has an MFA in Performance Creation from Goddard College, and is the co-artistic director and resident playwright of Open Door Theater. She also leads the award-winning drama program "Stage 32" at Union 32 Junior-Senior High School. Erin has performed in Vermont with The Bread and Puppet Theater, The Blue Barn Players, The St. Johnsbury Players, Lost Nation Theater, and Open Door Theater.
Erin Galligan Baldwin - pictured in performance as Lady Middleton - with Leon Axt
as Lord Middleton in LNT's 2017 production of Sense & Sensibility.
(photo courtesy o fRobert Eddy, First Light Studios)
directed by Kathleen Keenan, choreography by Taryn Noelle, dialect coach Stoph Scheer
scenic design Kim A Bent; lighting design David Schraffenberger;
costume design Rebecca Stewart with Cora Fauser; stage management & props: Laura Gist.
technical director Janine Woods Thoma