As part of ESPAfest, a week of exciting collaborative opportunities and networking events, ESPA is opening its doors to newcomers and ESPAtriots alike. On Tuesday, February 9, come by our Mixer for an evening of food, fun, and artistic inspiration, and meet some of the many people who call ESPA home! Have a drink, meet our faculty, and join us for a couple of free workshops to get a real taste of some of the classes ESPA has to offer.
All ESPAfest events are FREE and open to the public unless otherwise noted.
ESPAfest 2016 Mixer!
Tuesday, February 9
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Primary Stages Studio A
Want to learn more about our ESPAfest events?
Go to www.primarystages.org/espa/our-community/espafest to find out about our free Master Classes, Workshops, Mixer, and Performances, or click on the links below to register for these ESPAfest Mixer events:
FREE ESPAfest WORKSHOP: Alexander Technique with Karen Braga
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Primary Stages Studio B
Learn how to release tension, warm up your instrument, and overcome your nerves in those tense moments before an audition! Karen Braga, ESPA’s Alexander Technique expert, will guide you through a few quintessential exercises to give you the freedom to take bigger risks and make stronger choices.
FREE ESPAfest WORKSHOP: Getting It Written with Joshua Harmon
8:00pm - 9:00pm
Primary Stages Studio B
Hang out after the mixer with Joshua Harmon, writer of Significant Other and Bad Jews at Roundabout! Get your creative juices flowing with a series of writing exercises designed to push you outside your comfort zone, banish writer's block, and break all the rules.
When & Where
Primary Stages ESPA
Primary Stages Marvin and Anne Einhorn School of Performing Arts (ESPA) is a multidisciplinary school with departments in writing, acting, and directing. Now in its ninth year, ESPA has refined actors who have been seen on and off-Broadway, developed writers whose work has won awards and received workshops and productions, and served as a professional and artistic home for emerging talent. ESPA is defined by its strong commitment to collaboration through programs such as Detention, a monthly series that partners ESPA writers, actors, directors, and a faculty advisor in the creation of highly original performances. Having provided a home to over 2,500 students, ESPA has become a leader in performing arts education through its excellence in training, collaboration and networking opportunities, and strong professional community. ESPA is open to all artists, in all stages of their careers.