SEA Talks is an interview, presentation and discussion series, which seeks to put our students’ artistry and career at the center of life’s biggest questions.
Working actors discuss their work in the context of the series three major themes. Every session ZBS will host a monthly screening that showcases the amazing success of our students.
Highlights from our S.E.A. Talk with Johnny Ortiz from American Crime
Highlights from our S.E.A. Talk with Sloane Morgan Siegel from Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street
Highlights from our S.E.A. Talk with Victoria Moroles from Teen Wolf and Liv and Maddie
Young Hollywood Discovers the Stories of Tomorrow
Every month Zak will pick three topics based on the ZBS signposts of Spirituality, Entertainment, and Activism. Students will then have the opportunity to create something based on these topics. This “something” can be anything: a short play or film, a piece of poetry, a song, a piece of art, an improv, a web-series (the possibilities are endless). At the end of the month we will have an informal showing of the students’ work as well as a discussion based on the themes.
All projects must be led by a registered student at ZBS. The piece however may use individuals who are not currently registered. Any currently registered student at Z.B.S. is welcome to come watch the showing and participate in the discussion.