Burning Coal’s Director of Education, Jason Tyne-Zimmerman, leads an eight-session class on acting and enjoying Shakespeare. Get up on your feet and explore the Bard’s language!
Suitable for anyone interested in Shakespeare, no experience necessary.
Burning Coal Theatre Company gives you a chance to Get up on your feet and explore the Bard’s language. New York actor and director Jason Tyne-Zimmerman leads a eight-week class on acting and enjoying Shakespeare. This class will run Monday evenings from 6:30 to 9:30 pm at the Murphey School, 224 Polk Street, Raleigh (unless otherwise noted) from January 28 through March 18 and is suitable for anyone interested in Shakespeare, no experience necessary. The class fee is $155. To register, give us a call at 919.834.4001. Further information may be obtained at www.burningcoal.org.
ABOUT JASON TYNE-ZIMMERMAN. Jason Tyne-Zimmerman is an improviser, director, and actor. He has performed Henry IV, Part 2 at American Theater of Actors, Romeo and Juliet with Shakespeare Showdown, Macbeth at The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, among others. He has directed The Tempest at Burning Coal Summer Theater Conservatory, Romeo and Juliet (drink the young wine) in the Exquisite Corpse Festival, and King Lear for Rising Sun Performance Company. Other directing credits include Head Games, The Cooking King, And That’s The Way It Is! (…if you think so), Baby with the Bathwater, as well as two operas for Empire Opera Company. He holds an MFA from Northwestern University in directing and an MA from NYU in educational theater.