Writing Inspired by the Genius of Leonard Bernstein
This unique class, created in partnership with the Maltz Museum, will enable participants to experience a different kind of writing inspiration. In the first session, participants will tour the Museum's current Leonard Bernstein exhibit, guided by an experienced docent. The second and third sessions will explore how that exhibit can trigger new discoveries in each participant's personal writing.
INSTRUCTOR: Marc Moritz (AEA) is an actor, director, and instructor. He originated the role of Talk Show Host in the original Broadway production of the Sondheim/Prince musical Merrily We Roll Along and has worked in dozens of theaters across the U.S. Marc was also the Founder/Director of the Cleveland based Giant Portions Improv Troupe. His improv training includes stints at ImprovOlympic and extensive workshops with Paul Sills, Del Close and Charna Halpern. Marc was a Visiting Guest Artist at Cornell University, where he coached students and performed in productions as a professional mentor. Marc has taught Acting and Improv at AMDA, CAP 21, among many other professional acting programs. He received his MFA in Acting at Kent State University.
Writing Inspired by the Genius of Leonard Bernstein takes place Friday 2/7, 2/14, & 2/21 from 1-3pm at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (2929 Richmond Rd, Beachwood, OH 44122). Price is $60 for members and $90 for non-members, plus an $8 charge for the docent-led exhibit tour.