The FLOW of Acting

//The FLOW of Acting
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Instructor Owen Robertson
Cost $300
Sunday Evenings 6p-8p
For Beginning to Intermediate Students

FLOW is the mental state of operation in which a person performing an activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment. 

Performing in front of an audience doesn’t have to be scary. With practice, anyone can gain the presentation skills and confidence to act, sing, or dance onstage. The key is finding a nurturing environment where you can hone your craft — a place that encourages you to try new things without fear, and lets you explore your talents and creativity in a fun, encouraging setting. That’s who we are, and that’s what we do.

Whether you’re an aspiring performer or you simply want to increase your comfort level with public speaking, Stageworks has the classes that will give you skills to perform with confidence.


Owen Robertson is a veteran actor, director, producer, and playwright. He has worked in regional theater since 1995 starting in Washington D.C. at Theatre for the First Amendment, then on to The Shakespeare Theater, The Folger Library, Shenandoah Ensemble Theatre, Brunswick Theatre, and The Oatlands Theatre Company. He has been part of the central Florida theatre community since 2010. He has appeared on both sides of the bay and in Orlando at Jobsite Theater, Stageworks, Venue Theatre, Cornerstone Theatre and Lab Theatre Project. Mr Robertson has appeared in over 100 shows in his 30 year career and has directed, to date, 34 shows in professional theatre. In 2015 Mr. Robertson founded Lab Theater Project, a developmental theater company focused on the development of new works and new theatre artists. He received his acting and directing training at George Mason University, he holds a BA in English with a specialization in Dramaturgy from Saint Leo University, an MFA in Writing for Stage and Screen from the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and is currently pursing a Doctor of Education at USF where his research is in professional development, adult education, and curriculum theory in the field of Theatre.