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Shelly Lipkin's Film Acting Class - Start's March 10th - 7pm

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    Keep it real - Sunday 7-10pm- Film Acting Class with Shelly Lipkin  (Ages 18 & up) Starts:  Sunday, March. 10th,  7:00 to 10:00pm (8 week class) Cost
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      "Keep it real" - Sunday 7-10pm- Film Acting Class with Shelly Lipkin
       (Ages 18 & up)

      Starts:  Sunday, March. 10th,  7:00 to 10:00pm (8 week class)

      Cost $295.00

      Where: 1122 NW Marshall Street, Portland, Oregon

      How do you "Keep it real?"  It doesn't matter if you're a beginner or an experienced stage actor; acting for camera can be a baffling and sometimes terrifying experience. How to develop the inner emotional life of a character, how to react – not perform, how to feel relaxed, comfortable and focused when the director says "Action" is the key to a creative and natural performance. That's what this class is about. You'll be on camera each week and your final work will be transferred to a DVD for your actor's reel.

      Contact:
      Email: shellylipkin@ yahoo.com
      Cell:     (503) 803-6576        
      www.shellylipkin.com

      Shelly Lipkin is an actor, director, playwright. He was Co-Artistic  Director of Cygnet Productions from 2000 to 2003 where he co- authored, produced and starred in Vitriol & Violets – Tales From The  Algonquin Round Table which won the 2004 Oregon Book Award for Drama. His second play, Sylver Beaches, was also nominated for an Oregon Book Award. At Artist Repertory Theatre he has starred in The Clean House, Blue/Orange and Gross Indecencies; at Profile Theatre he starred in The Price and Sisters Rosensweig and starred in Twelfth Night with Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. He has also performed with Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Santa Fe Repertory Theatre, PCPA in Santa Maria, and other theatres across the country. Prior to moving to Lake Oswego he spent 20 years in Los Angeles as a television and film actor.  You can see him in "Grimm," “Leverage,” Portlandia and Harrison Ford’s film “Extraordinary Measures.”  Shelly also teaches acting and directing at The Art Institute of Portland and the Portland Actor's Conservatory.




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