Classes and Workshops
Part of EPIC's mission is to arm our company members with the tools to prepare them for a successful career in the arts, including skill based and professional development classes.
All classes are FREE for EPIC company members as a part of their training
With the Coronavirus upsetting all of our sense of normalcy, EPIC has decided to host classes virtually for our community.
You can find a list of EPIC remote classes here.
Remote Class Offerings:
EPIC Plays: Virtual!
EPIC Skills:Broadway Bound
Arts Careers and Leadership
EPIC Play Club
EPIC Musical Creation
EPIC Fun Fridays!
Meggan Dodd and Aubrie Therrien
It is important for every theatre company to have a home base community - and that is what EPIC Plays is for us. In EPIC Plays, actors get to be silly, be themselves, have fun through arts skills and simultaneously explore and devise original content while building a strong community. In the fall, we focus on devising - or creating our own content - around the theme of Independence, love, loss and the inclusion experience. We will perform together in December to showcase our original work. In the spring, our class will focus on building ensemble, learning different skill sets, improvisation, magic and music and preparing for our summer showcase. Our lifestyle classes will be built in to our EPIC Plays schedule.
Wednesday's, 138 South Oxford Street
January 18th to April 22nd, 2020
6:30pm to 8:30pm
The best way to learn about music is to make music! In this class we will explore musical concepts such as harmony, rhythm, and even acting through song, by examining and performing works by composers like Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephen Sondheim, and Alan Menken. Improve your music reading skills while singing songs from your favorite Broadway shows and expanding your Broadway musical knowledge!
Monday's, 138 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn
Spring: January 13th to March 16th, 2020
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Personal Narrative and Spoken Word
Talia Eapen and Jessica Saul
As actors, comedians, writers, directors, we can be asked by industry, fans etc... “so, what’s your story?”
Long winded explanations and streams of consciousness can confuse or disinterest casting agents, reporters and interviewers. This class will help you express yourself while keeping your narrative brief and meaningful.
This 5 week class will focus on editing your personal narrative for the stage and for written statements and bios. Hosting, public speaking, active listening and help you build critical thinking when you are in front of a live audience.
In each class everyone will give a 1-5-minute presentation on the subject assigned. Comedy students will also have a chance to present at our spoken word variety show in February 2018.
*Class requires heavy reading and writing*
January 2020, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
138 South Oxford Space, Brooklyn
Class Dates: Jan 14th 2020 to March 3rd, 2020
*Culminating Stand Up performance on March 3rd at The Tailor*