Intensive Scene Study

For Ages 18 and up


This intensive acting course builds on introductory acting courses to ensure a personal commitment in the way an actor approaches and experiences scene work and techniques. Through exercises and improvisation, actors will increase awareness, strengthen their ability to actively listen to their scene partner and experience moment to moment work in their acting. Skills are then applied to dramatic scripts. Participants learn how to break down and explore given circumstances, relationships, and character needs. This course will culminate in a final showcase.

Instructor: William Deschenes

The Safety of our Stadium family is paramount. We are following the state of Rhode Island guidelines and recommendations to keep all participants safe. Mandatory safety procedures include health screenings of all participants upon arrival for every class, as well as mandatory mask wearing at all times. If you have interest in our education programs and have questions regarding our procedures please feel free to contact our Education Director at 401-762-4545 X104 or email at

When are the Stadium's Intensive Scene Study classes?

10 Weeks: Thursdays, January 7th – March 18th from 6 PM – 7:30 PM
(no classes held on February 18th)

Showcase will be held on Wednesday, March 17th at 6:30 PM (Students arrive at 5 PM)

What does the Intensive Scene Study course cost?

Tuition is $180 (Full tuition is due at registration.)

Save $25 on Sibling Discounts or Multiple Courses. Discount applied per each additional child or course. (Discounts can only be applied by calling the Box Office at 401-762-4545 or Jenn Webb, Education Director at 401-762-4545 X104)

How can I register for Intensive Scene Study?

Please use our online registration form below. Once you have completed the form, you will be directed to pay your tuition through our secure online system. Please note: Registrations submitted without payment will not be accepted. Payment is non-refundable.

Register and pay tuition for Intensive Scene Study