Continuing Education

José Amador

José Amador

José Amador is a local playwright/director/actor who has been actively involved in the Seattle Theater scene for the last two decades. As a playwright, he has written two solo plays, A Walk in the Dark and El Hijo Prodigo, along with numerous full-length, short- plays and sketches featured at or by 14/48, Disgruntled Bit Players, Death/Sex, Greetings from Styx, among others. As a director, his most recent productions include 14/48, Duels at Northwest New Works, Black Like Us at Annex Theatre and Katrina: I Too Am Worthy at the Langston Hughes Arts Center.

Courses Taught

Acting Essentials

Learn what it means to be an actor. Work on developing your acting skills: improvisation, auditioning, cold reading, scene development and how to collaborate with other actors and directors. Take this opportunity to work with a professional actor and coach to fine-tune your technique or explore acting for the first time.

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Mo 7pm–9pm Jan 22Mar 19 (8 sessions) $135.00
On Campus: LB Bldg, Room 1132 (Main Campus, Map)
9600 College Way North Seattle WA 98103
No class on 2/19/17 due to Presidents Day.
Winter Quarter
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