Winter Classes

Oregon Contemporary Theatre offers a variety of courses for adults of all experience and training levels. Our classes are taught by professional instructors and cover a number of topics, including Acting Technique, Scene Study, Playwriting, and more. Classes are generally 4-8 weeks and are taught in the Autumn, Winter, and Spring.

  • Know Thyself with Inga R. Wilson
    Sundays, January 26 - March 15; 6:00pm - 8:00pm

    Feeling stuck in a rut, miscast, or worse - overlooked? Through monologues, cold readings, and physical exploration, this eight-week class will help you make the most of every moment on stage. Students are asked to prepare a monologue suitable for auditions prior to the start of class.


  • Plotting Along with Paul Calandrino 
    Tuesdays, January 28 - March 17; 6:00pm - 8:00pm

    Crafting a good plot is one of the most difficult tasks a playwright faces. In this 8-week course, we will practice the fundamentals of plot-craft, including where to start, how to create obstacles, and how to arrive at an inevitable yet surprising resolution. Open to writers of all levels.


  • Saturday, March 28, 12PM - 3PM

    Interested in playwriting but not sure where to start? Get your creativity flowing with this workshop, led by Northwest 10 co-founders Paul Calandrino and Connie Bennett. Learn about structure, character, dialogue, and theatricality, and be on your way to writing your 10-minute play!

    This class is not available at this time.


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