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RPG Acting Class

Have you ever wanted to expand your acting skills in a new way but weren't sure how? Luminary Arts has a unique workshop that uses a popular tabletop role-playing game. As an actor playing the game, you will use and develop skills such as Improv, Character Development, Problem Solving, and much more!

Through the power of your dice, you will navigate through mysteries, solve puzzles, fight to survive, and meet many unique characters along the journey. Roleplaying as Adventurers, you decide how the story unfolds, knowing that every choice you make has consequences.

Overall, This class is geared to be both fun and challenging, allowing students to develop their acting skills while exploring their creativity and imagination.

When: Sunday | 10:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Luminary Arts Studio
Who: Ages: 16+
What: Role-playing games, or RPG, are popular because they allow players to inhabit different characters and explore new worlds and scenarios.
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In an RPG, players often spend a lot of time creating their characters, developing backstories, and imagining how they would act in different situations. This class will begin by having students create their own characters, complete with personalities, motivations, and quirks. We will practice improvisation exercises and scenes that allow them to explore how their characters would react to different situations.


RPG are essentially collaborative storytelling, with each player contributing to the overall narrative. This class will focus on storytelling by having students work together to create a story. They will be interacting with different characters, experimenting with different emotions and motivations, learning about the world they travel in, and building a cohesive narrative together.


RPG often involve a lot of improvisation, as players make up their own dialogue and actions based on the situation at hand. We will be exercising these skills by encouraging students to think on their feet and come up with creative responses to prompts. For example, students will be given a scenario (such as "your party is lost in a haunted forest" and asked what their characters would do in this scenario.


Many RPG involve combat and action scenes, which can be exciting and dramatic. Sometimes, the solution to conflict doesn’t always have to be violence. This class will explore these scenes by placing the student’s characters into combat scenarios and working together to find creative solutions to avoid encounters or work together to choreograph elaborate fight scenes. This will allow students to practice their out-of-the-box thinking and learn how to create mind blowing action scenes.

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