CLASSES AT GAMM STUDIO
“Unlike most of your students, I’m not an actor and don’t want to be. But I’m a public speaker, podcaster, and television host. I’ve learned more from Gamm Studio classes than any other workshops or oration courses that I’ve taken in the past. Most public speakers might not think to take an acting class, but they should! The Gamm made me better.”
Jeff Belanger, public speaker and Emmy-nominated host of PBS' New England Legends
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SLIDING SCALE PRICING
In an effort to make our classes more accessible, we offer scholarship funds on a sliding scale. Please reference our chart and use your household size and combined income to determine your tuition rate. Limited scholarships are available for each class.
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Aug 16 - Sep 27
7 IN PERSON SESSIONS
Instructor: Fred Sullivan Jr.
Explore the craft of acting in a class formatted to suit actors of varying levels of experience through partnered scene work. Students will explore the work of great American contemporary writers. Scenes will be suited to individual needs and rehearsed beat by beat, focusing on actor coaching. This class culminates in a showcase of student work. Rehearsal outside of class time is required. Please prepare a monologue for the first day of class. This class is not suitable for beginners.
Creative Recovery Through The Artist's Way
Sep 9 - Nov 18 (Final Class Tuesday, Nov 23)
12 IN PERSON SESSIONS
Facilitator: Susie Schutt
Join the Gamm's Education Director and Drama Therapist on a journey of creative recovery. Using Julia Cameron's tools and principles, participants will work to unblock and rediscover their artistic practice. Students should purchase their own copy of The Artist Way and have read the introduction and Week One chapter prior to the start of class.
Please note: The tuition for this class is to cover the cost of the facility. Our aim is to "graduate into free, peer-run clusters" (p. 215) as Ms. Cameron recommends. Limit 12 students
Questions? Contact Susie Schutt at