The art of acting: 'It's teaching that feeling of fearlessness'


A monthly series of conversations with UC San Diego Extension instructors

Topic: “Overcoming Stage Fright: What’s So Scary About Acting Classes?”


As casting director and artistic associate at the San Diego Repertory Theatre, Jacole Kitchen welcomes all those students who desire to gain confidence as public speakers. Her goal: cultivate a devotion to what she describes as “having a certain fearlessness.”

Quotable: “You put on a face every time you walk out the door, and every time you walk into a different door. That’s why a lot of business people take our Acting and Improv classes. It’s teaching that feeling of fearlessness, learning that it’s OK to say what you need to say without being judged. It gives you permission to have a voice.”

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