Workshops

The Royal Mexican Players offer various workshops for all levels of students.  Workshops can also be catered towards specific needs.  Private coaching is also available.

Examples of workshops/classes include:

  • Writing the 10-minute play
  • Vocal Power & Presentation
  • Dialects
  • Docu-drama
  • Adaptation
  • Devising Theatre from Personal Stories
  • Storytelling
  • Theatre for Young Audiences

Current & Previous Workshops or Masterclasses:

Casa Ramirez Folkart Gallery.  Houston, TX.  Fall 2017.  "Start Writing Your First Play."  Playwriting Workshop

The Landing Theatre Company. Houston, TX. Summer 2016.  Adaptation playwriting workshop.

Texas Education Theatre Association's TheatreFEST. Dallas, TX.  January 2016. "Adaptating a Folktale into a play" workshop.

Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival Region III.  Milwaukee, WI.  January 2016.  "Adaptating a Folktale into a play" workshop.

Milwaukee Repertory Theatre.  Milwaukee, WI. Winter 2013.  Docu-drama workshop for "Neighborhood Project."

Grandview High School.  Milwaukee, WI.  Spring 2012.

Texas A&M University. College Station, TX.  Fall 2011.  Week residency.

Texas Thespians Festival.  Corpus Christi, TX.  Fall 2010.  Voice & writing workshops for high school students.

United Community Center.  Milwaukee, WI.  Spring 2008.

University Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Milwaukee, WI.  Summer 2007.  6-week writing & voice workshop.

Houston Community College.  Houston, TX. Spring 2006.  Writing & voice workshop.

Residency at Texas A&M University. Fall 2011

More info to come.

Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Historia Workshop

In 2007, The Royal Mexican Players received a grant from UW-Milwaukee’s Roberto Hernandez Center to create Nuestra Voz, Nuestra Historia.  For six weeks, The Royal Mexican Players offered free voice and writing workshops to the Milwaukee community.  Participants were guided through various exercises to create performance pieces based on their own life story.  The pieces were then developed into a play performed at UW-M and within the Latino community at Walker's Point Center for the Arts.