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THEATER OF THE IMPOSSIBLE: HOW TO TURN "UNPRODUCIBLE" INTO "EXTRAORDINARY". In the process of making theater, the hurdles can often feel insurmountable. Creative, logistical or financial obstacles too often make the work seem impossible. Studio 42, the home of “unproducible theater”, sets out to prove that a project worth realizing can be
For this workshop, Paul will have received your headshot, profile and resume ahead of time and "cast" each actor in a theater scene, which you will be emailed in advance as well as a full script of the production and breakdown. You'll start off the night with a Q&A, and then he will begin working with you with a reader in a group format. Paul g
The evening will start off with a Q & A, and then each actor will perform for Kaitlin using your prepared material in a group format. She will coach, give direction and offer possible recommendations of material to "check out" if what you are currently using doesn't "work".For this Master Class, please prepare 2 contrasting songs and bring your
Casting Director will have received your headshots ahead of time and "cast" each actor in a theater scene, which you will be emailed 2 days in advance as well as a full script of the production. You'll start off the night with a Q&A, and then she will begin working with you as your reader in a group format. Along with your role assignment, she may
Camille will have received your headshots ahead of time and "cast" each actor in a theater scene, which you will be emailed in advance as well as a full script of the production. You'll start off the night with a Q&A, and then she will begin working with you as your reader in a group format. Along with your role assignment, she may assign
For this Master Class, please prepare 2 contrasting songs and bring your book as Eric may want to hear something additional. The evening will start off with a Q & A, and then each actor will perform for Eric using your prepared material in a group format. He will coach, give direction and offer possible recommendations of material to "chec
Tonight's guests include:Katie Murphy, Agent, Meg Pantera - First Time Guest!Josh Pultz, Agent, DGRWDiane Riley Agent, Harden Curtis AssociatesFor this showcase, we'll call the day before with appointments starting at 6:30 pm.The night of, we ask that you arrive 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment and please remember to bring 3 headshots a
Stephen is currently CD for once, Violet, On the Twentieth Century and Beautiful for Broadway as well as many Off-Broadway and Regional shows. He is also currently casting for the new Broadway productions of Amelie, Witness Uganda - the new Diane Paulus musical, the national tour of Beautiful, and the revival of The Unsinkable Molly Brown.For this
After three decades as the preeminent career development and training program for professional theater directors,Project Fellowship program has never seen more competition for its coveted places. In this informative, insightful workshop, Artistic Director Roger T. Danforth offers prospective applicants a rare glimpse into the criteria used for sele
This 10-week course offers practical tools for preparing audition monologues. Audition RequiredClass work concentrates on tricks to relax you, helping you focus more on storytelling. Co-Artistic Director Lee Brock will help you put together a repertoire of monologues for any audition.
This ongoing class is meant for acting students who have taken Scene Study I and Scene Study II and wish to continue to practice their craft.Prerequisite: Scene Study Intensive 1 & 2
At the end of this class, the students will be comfortable in singing and performing on stage.The focus in this class is on all classic and contemporary musical theatre genres, acting, and how to feel comfortable singing and performing them. Work on Singing and Acting Technique and also performance skills. After 2 sessions (24 classes and eve
This class will be perfect for dipping your toes into storytelling waters for the first time, or a quick brush up on your skills if you’re a seasoned pro. This workshop is a compressed version of the 6-session class, with a smaller class size to allow for maximum stage and feedback time for each student, and a break between sessions to allow stud
This ongoing class is a follow-up to the Intensive I, and encourages actors to practice the art of self-diagnosis. Participants will begin to evaluate their own work, with the guidance of TBG’s Artistic Directors and make adjustments as needed. The goal of the course is to foster independency. This course will prepare actors for the “on-the-jo
Theatrical clown teaches us many things about ourselves as performers: how to begin from a place of simple yet energized presence, how to sustain the pleasure of playing in the moment, how to mine the power of doing one thing at a time, and above all, clown helps us accept our own unique ridiculousness, which in turn may transform our habits of res
An 11-week course on directing for the stage. Participating directors work with actors throughout the entire course and learn techniques on how to communicate with actors and evoke natural, spontaneous performances. Directors focus on detailed scene work as well as the practical and technical aspects of directing. Please note: directors are requi
This is a 6-week course taught by Seth Barrish. Here you will learn how to get more from reading a script, so that you can tell the story better. Your enhanced understanding of the script will improve your performance. It is a great course for directors and designers too. You will explore specific techniques that allow you to decipher inciting eve
Students develop the necessary skills needed for success in the Musical Theatre, including dance, voice, acting and performance skills. From the classics of the “Golden Age” like My Fair Lady, Sound of Music, and The Wizard of Oz to contemporary movie musicals like Moulin Rouge, Chicago, and Hairspray, there is a long and varied history of Mus
In this fun, informative class, you’ll learn the basics of “yes and”, stage presence, blocking, interactivity, and working in front of a live audience. Through theater games and exercises you’ll build solid skills initiating scriptless scenes, keeping alive and active within text, and connecting with your scene partners and the audience.
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