Adult Theatre Program: Registration now open!
Registration is now open for our Adult Theatre Program! This will run on Saturdays from September 18 to December 11 and participants will be doing a live production at the end of the program!
For more information, pricing & scheduling contact us today at:
250-782-9325 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Your Instructor for the program: Marc-Antione Kelertas
“Marc-Antoine has studied and worked has a performer for over 10 years. He graduated from the intense conservatory training at the prestigious Bristol’s Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol, UK. He studied Meisner Technique for 2 years with Lifelong Productions & is a recurring student at a hybrid Lee Strasberg studio for the last 5 years based in LA & Toronto. He believes acting is above all, a craft and like any craft, the learning never ends.
He is perfectly bilingual and has worked in both English and French markets.
Roles include: Sean-Michel Daviaux in 19-2 directed by Louis Choquette, The Prince in The Just For Laughs Special with Howie Mandell; Frazier in JFK: The Smoking Gun
produced by Muse Entertainment; Performance Capture for the role of Nikias in the the AAA game Assassins Creed: Origins ; TV Mini-Series Bullet in the Face directed by Eric Canuel to name a few.
Marc-Antoine is also a skilled stage performer, playing roles such as Proteus in The Two Gentlemen of Verona directed by Chris Donnelly, Odysseus in The Odyssey and finally Brick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof under the direction of Sam Ellis.
Along side is acting career, his passion for directing & film editing is clear. Having re cently completed editing on the award winning documentary “Women of Resilience” which received “Best Women Film” at the Cannes World Film Festival, Award Winner at the New York International Film Women’s Festival & “Best Documen tary short” at Toronto International women film festival to name a few. His film di recting credits include the short film “A night in” & “In my bones”. His theatre directing credits include “the imaginary invalid” by Moliere & assistant directed the epic “Peer Gynt” by Henrik Ibsen.”