“Life Lessons” by Malachy Sreenan

Posted on May 26, 2011

I thought some of our Belltown neighbors would be interested in hearing from some of Freehold’s students and their experiences in our classes.  Malachy Sreenan writes an insightful piece on the life lessons he’s learned as a student at Freehold.  He begins:

Life Lessons by Malachy Sreenan

You don’t always know or appreciate how much someone or something means to you until you wake up one day and can’t imagine your life without them. Likewise, you don’t always realize when embarking on a new project or adventure that it will wind up filling a need or void in your life that you scarcely realized existed. These are just two of the important life lessons that I have learned over the last couple of years attending classes at, and working with faculty and peers at Freehold Theatre.  

The rest of the article can be found here: http://freeholdtheatre.blogspot.com/2011/05/life-lessons-by-malachy-sreenan.html

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Acting for the Camera with John Jacobsen

Advanced Clown with George Lewis  

Alexander Technique Intensive with Cathy Madden  

Business of Theatre by Carol Roscoe 

Movement Intensive with George Lewis

Rehearsal and Performance with George Lewis 

Shakespeare Intensive with Amy Thone

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Playwriting I with Dickey Nesenger   

New Play Lab with Elizabeth Heffron  

Voice Over Workshop with Gin Hammond   

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