Our Mentorship Program
Every year HERO Theatre selects a small group of actors to be part of our Mentorship Program. Unlike traditional internships, we offer young actors the chance to train with our seasoned company members who carefully guide them in all aspects of their career choices. In exchange, Mentorship Program participants work in different areas of our production development. To be considered for this program please send a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
HERO welcomes Kat Belinfante,
the newest member of our
The Contemporary Working Actor & Shakespeare
Classes & Workshops
May 4 & 5
Sunday 3-7pm & Monday 7-10pm
This 2 day workshop is geared towards mid-level to advanced working actors who want an accessible approach to Shakespeare without having to attend a long-term program. Taught by HERO Producing Artistic Director Elisa Bocanegra, participants are given practical tools to approaching Shakespeare’s work through monologue, voice work and script analysis. Perfect for working actors who have always wanted to explore Shakespeare but haven’t had the time. Also a great workout for classically trained actors!
Cost: $100.00 per student.
Elisa Bocanegra's many theatre credits include the Roundabout Theatre Company, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, South Coast Rep, the Center Theatre Group, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Hartford Stage, Huntington Theatre Company and Mabou Mines. She has taught for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, New York University, the Silverlake Conservatory of Music in addition to many other arts organizations. She has been a guest speaker at USC and Columbia University.
To apply for the class please send your headshot/resume and a letter of interest as soon as possible to email@example.com
Class size is limited, students are encouraged to sign-up immediately.
Classes will be held in the Los Feliz/Hollywood area.