“If I were to name a major influence on my acting, it would be the Mastery.”
- Ted Danson, Emmy Award-Winning actor
What if you could spend a long weekend taking a deep dive into exploring the source of your own creativity? Of your own humanity? Of your own power?
What if you didn’t let your fear stop you as it has time and time again?
What if you could take back your power and reignite the excitement of how you express yourself?
To rediscover your passion and your dreams?
The MASTERY of Self-Expression is an immersive 2 1/2 day weekend workshop where you'll experience an authentic connection with the power of your creative self. It’s a unique opportunity for you to explore what it is like to jump forward from where you traditionally stop, allowing you to expand your creative self to new levels of expression. To experience a deeper sense of your humanness and relationship with yourself and others.
Throughout one’s career, whether you are just starting out or have been working for years playing it safe, this workshop is an opportunity to challenge you to reach beyond where you stop and to move beyond your safe patterns to discover a new level of expression and commitment to your work.
The MASTERY workshop uses a variety of theatrical techniques and individual and group exercises that allow participants to experience themselves, their passion, and their power, as the source of their own creativity, humanity, and to discover the joy of full self-expression.
MASTERY Workshop Information
Dates: August 5, 6, and 7, 2022
Times: The MASTERY starts with check-in on Friday evening at 5:00 pm and continues all Saturday and Sunday starting at 9:00 am until late evening on Saturday and until 9:00 PM on Sunday. Times may change based on group and number of participants.
Cost: $595 *Special post-pandemic pricing for 1st-time enrollers in this workshop only
$300 *Special post-pandemic pricing for Mastery graduate reviewers
Location: Victory Center Theater - 3326 W Victory Blvd. Burbank, CA 91505
Click here for Victory Center Theater map, free parking info, and nearby restaurants.
What to Prepare: Participants need to prepare a 2-minute monologue – from something that you have a connection with from a play, screenplay, a song, an original work, a poem, a speech.
In order for all of us to be safe, all staff and participants must be vaccinated and will be required to show proof of vaccination and boosters and a PCR test taken within three days of attending. Additionally, everyone attending must do a rapid test on-site each day.