ONSITE SHAKESPEARE COMPANY
NEXT OSC MASTERCLASS
…TO BE ANNOUNCED
OSC MASTERCLASSES are announced as they arise. They are generally two-part classes consisting of a one-hour acting class by an OSC director, followed by an hour Q&A with a world-acclaimed artist, such as our recent guests DAME DIANA RIGG, JEREMY IRONS, and GLENDA JACKSON. They are held at various studios in Manhattan.
If you missed these classes, you can now buy the book.
The Shakespeare Masterclasses, published by Routledge, is now available as an eBook, hardcover or paperback on Amazon and other sites. Learn from the masters in this extensive and revealing collection of in-depth classes, interviews and acting exercises with many of the world’s most renowned Shakespearean actors. Each masterclass was conducted by Ron Destro, who put this book together.
Featuring insight, character & text analysis, personal anecdotes, and some humor from:
SIR DEREK JACOBI
DAME DIANA RIGG
F MURRAY ABRAHAM
Plays covered include:
Hamlet King Lear
Richard III Much Ado About Nothing
The Winter's Tale The Tempest
Twelfth Night Henry IV Pt 1
Class Photos by Andrew Fingland
THE NYC MASTERCLASSES
are presented a few times a year, when actors appearing on Broadway meet with our students for a class and/or Q&A. These classes are announced as they arise, and anyone is welcome to register.
Those interested in our Programs should email us to be placed on our periodic list.
Sir Derek Jacobi
Dame Diana Rigg
Class Disclaimer: Because classes are held with working artists, there is sometimes the possibility of a schedule change or cancellation. In the unlikely event this should happen, participants will receive a full refund of the admission fee only, as we are not responsible for travel or other inconveniences. Otherwise, fees are non-refundable. Please note that agreeing to participate in OSC events implies consent to use your likeness in OSC promotional photos, website, videos and OSC documentary.
The US-based Onsite Shakespeare Company
is not affiliated with the
summer resident company at Wadham College, Oxford
F Murray Abraham