NEC Actor’s Training Program
WHO WE ARE
The NEC gives professional actors a unique opportunity to create partnerships with other high caliber performers through consecutive, low cost, 10-12 session training workshops, shows, showcases…
An Actor’s Testimony:
“It was a great honor to work with Marie McKinney – she is a well of information: historical facts. literature, theater, grants, voice, movement… like coming across a “rare groove” when that groove hits you for the first time, it stays with you a long time. Really powerful stuff, with a lot of layers drama/comedy/accents! She is very in touch with how to develop strong characters .I gained a lot of knowledge and confidence in her class, and I had it inside of me the whole time, but she helped bring it out.I was a little green to the whole classical theater that the NEC is famous for. Marie is a very strong actress herself so there are a lot of gems you get just by listening when she speaks.” Kymbali Craig in Film Low Low, Bailey’s Cafe, The Passage: Stories of the MAAFA, below
Marie McKinney-Director of Negro Ensemble Company Education Dept. and NEC Monthly Meet Facilitator
Call 347-560-3312 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for appt.
NEC Repertory is a department of Negro Ensemble Company
The Negro Ensemble Company is a New York City-based theater company. Established in 1967 by playwright Douglas Turner Ward, producer/actor Robert Hooks, and theater manager Gerald Krone. The mission of the Negro Ensemble Company, Inc. (NEC) is to provide professional and budding artists of African descent with the opportunity to learn, work, grow and be nurtured in the performing arts; and to provide live theatre by and/or about black people to a culturally diverse audience.
Negro Ensemble Company, Inc 303 W 42 Street Suite 505, NYC, NY 10036 212 582 5960