Emilie Bachmann

Emilie B.

Frederick, MD

Lesson Details

Acting

Levels Taught:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Have an audition coming up? Exploring monologues or scenes for class or just for fun? Emilie is here to lead you to Imagine, create, and explore through text and movement.

We will start by going over your experience and your goals for the lessons. Then together we will create tangible path with milestone markers to lead us there. These milestones will include: Analyzing the text, analyzing the character, working on the dialect and voice of the character, then moving to the physicality of the character, followed with tying all elements together, and most importantly reviewing everyday what we went through.

With a passion for delving deeper into yourself and your text, Emilie can lead you on your next steps into the expansive world of theatre.
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About

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Emilie delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 8 to 25 and special needs

Teaching since:
January 2012

With a love for theatre, Emilie has been inspiring and spreading art enthusiasm for the past 5 years. She found her love for directing at the young age of 12 and has pursued sharing her passion since.

Throughout her career, Emilie has accrued many accomplishments including getting her BFA in Theatre for Youth at Shenandoah University. Directly after graduating, she plunged into the world of teaching children's theatre, this is where she has found her heart and her home. Emilie has been a successful lead teacher, has directed over 50 shows, hosted many auditions in three states and continues to grow her resume. Teaching students from ages 5-25, Emilie is able to provide skills that will help any student thrive in the ever changing world of today, such as: socialization, public speaking, creative problem solving, literary strength, confidence, and of course a love for the arts. Emilie can help your student be prepared for any audition: school, community, or professional theatre.

With a passion for creativity and imagination, Emilie finds a way to connect with all students with her positive and encouraging personality. She loves anything and everything that has to do with creating and sharing imagination skills. She is excited to meet and work with you or your aspiring artist.

Emilie can travel to locations in-home or a designated meeting place in Frederick, Hagerstown, Leesburg, Ashburn, Purcellville, Winchester, and surrounding communities. If you have any questions please email!!!

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Experience

Lead Teacher
Aug 2014 - Mar 2017
Theaterpalooza

Teaching Artist(2014-2017) Site Director(2015-2016)

In charge of organization, up keep, and improvement of the studio and programs, manage and train employees, create schedules, oversee classes and production work, organize and conduct productions, gather and create production elements (costumes, lights, sound, make-up, set), create curriculums and lesson plans, create new programs and events, represent company in off-site teaching, directing, and conferences, recruiting students and advertising.

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Teaching Artist
Sep 2015 - May 2016
Maryland Ensemble Theatre

In charge of creating curriculum, implementing created lesson plans, parent communications, overseeing safety and enjoyment of students, keeping a high paced and energetic class, final performance coordination and execution for class.

Education Intern
May 2014 - Aug 2014
Lexington Children’s Theatre

Create lesson plans, teach classes and workshops, maintain safe work place, clean work place weekly, coordinate sets, props, lights, and sound, work with different co-teachers and students every week, represent company in off-site teaching.

Assistant Teaching Artist/ Assistant Director
Jan 2014 - May 2014
Shenandoah Showmakers Improv Troupe

Responsible for co-teaching and leading classes in teacher’s absence, leading warm-ups, taking attendance, contacting schools for performances, creating rehearsal reports, organizing sequence of performance.

Education

Theatre for Youth
Aug 2010 - May 2014
Shenandoah University

Awards

Most Outstanding Theatre Student
Apr 2014
Shenandoah University
Theatre for Youth Student of the Year
Apr 2014
Shenandoah University
Theatre for Youth Student of the Year
Apr 2013
Shenandoah University

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