'Week of Wonder': Summer acting classes for young adults


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  • Melissa Iannucci of Monroe and Nick Barao of Chester engage in the repetition exercises of Sanford Meisner. (Photo provided)




  • From left: Allison Wernick of Highland Mills, Melissa Iannucci of Monroe, and Nick Barao of Chester with David Patrick Wilson of Goshen get ready for the “Week of Wonder." (Photo provided)



— Willy-Gilly Productions of Goshen is offering a summer program, called “Week of Wonder," to train young adults for the film and television industry,

There will be two workshops: ages 8-11 and 12-18.

The workshops will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. from July 21 through 26. Classes will include acting, voice, movement, stage combat, make-up and wardrobe, and on camera monologues. Each participant will receive a DVD with their on camera monologue edited and ready for job submission.

Other classes for youth and adults are being formed for acting, voice, and film production.

Willy-Gilly Productions is a full-service state of the art film, TV, and live stage production company with offices in Goshen and Tarpon Spring, Fla. They produced the feature film “Collar” the documentary for the Hambletonian Marathon, as well as talk shows, including “Empowering Women Everywhere” and “My Nigeria.”

For more information on upcoming classes and projects call 294-7500 or email info@willygilly.com.


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