GRAND PARK’S OUR L.A. VOICES Feminist Acting Workshop with Gina Young

April 23, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Music Center Annex 
601 W. Temple St
Los Angeles, CA

Creative Practice Workshop Series

Feminist Acting Workshop with Gina Young

MON APR 22 + TUE APR 23 // 12noon – 2pm // The Music Center Annex  (601 W. Temple St, L.A. 90012)

Feminist Acting Class is a revolutionary approach to actor training that shakes the entire foundation on which it is built. Created by playwright and director Gina Young as a series of experiments to determine if the form and content of an acting class can both be made feminist, FAC incorporates scene study, feminist theory, consciousness raising and community building. Intended for actors who audition and perform regularly, this abridged version of the longer workshop aims to flip the script and expand possibilities for women, trans and nonbinary people in theatre and beyond.

REGISTER for the workshop by clicking here. Although walk-ins are welcome, please register to guarantee your seat.


















Gina Young is a boundary-pushing playwright, director, and proud new member of the Kilroys. In Los Angeles, her work has been presented by The Hammer, REDCAT, Los Angeles Performance Practice/LAX Festival, USC’s Visions & Voices Series, The LA LGBT Center & the Women’s Center for Creative Work. She is a winner of the Humanitas/PLAY LA Prize, was a finalist for Center Theatre Group’s Richard E. Sherwood Award and is an Associate Producer of Directors Lab West. Her play, Femmes: A Tragedy is a winner of the Jane Chambers Award for Playwriting and is included in the Jane Chambers Anthology published by NoPassport Press this spring. In addition to her writing and directing work, Gina is the creator of SORORITY, a performance salon for new queer and feminist performance in Los Angeles. She is also the creator of Feminist Acting Class.


Our LA Voices Workshops:
Monday, April 22, 2019 — Friday, April 26, 2019

As part of Grand Park’s Our LA Voices, Grand Park will offer free workshops on creative practice, as well as the business side of making art in L.A. Topics range from street dance activism and acting, to intellectual property and copyright protection, marketing, entrepreneurship skills and fundraising.

These workshops are free and open to all. Please pre-register for the workshop via the link below.

Parking validation will be provided for workshop attendees for LOT 10 only. Parking Lot 10 is located on N. Broadway between First Street + Temple Street. Parking lot address is 145 N. Broadway, with entrances on Broadway and on Hill St.

Information subject to change.


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