Harbor Lights Theater to Offer Spring Courses in ENTER STAGE RIGHT Program, 3/1-4/26
The Harbor Lights Theater Company, a professional not-for-profit company dedicated to illuminating the human experience through the highest quality theatrical production and arts education, announces its professional theater training program, "Enter Stage Right," and its Spring Semester courses, for youth ages 11-18.
Spring Semester offerings:
"Honest Acting" - an eight week course that distills acting down to its simplest, most direct expression with improvisation and script analysis.
Taught by Broadway veteran and Harbor Lights Co-Artistic Director Jay Montgomery.
The class will conclude with a culminating project - a showcase for family and friends.
Time: Saturdays from 10 AM - 12 PM
Dates: March 1 - April 26th, with April 19th off for Spring/Easter break.
Fee: $265, early registration (Before March 1) $250
Private coaching, private voice lessons, and audition preparation are also available.
Call 718-273-7516 for more details.
Jay Montgomery made his Broadway debut as 'Whizzer' in the Tony Award-winning musical Falsettos, opposite Mandy Patinkin and Staten Island native Randy Graff. He played 'Whizzer' in the national tour of Falsettos, and also appeared in the Los Angeles production. Mr. Montgomery has twice toured the country with Heart Strings, the landmark AIDS benefit, which raised millions for local AIDS charities, hospices, and volunteer organizations in cities all over America. The original cast featured Christopher Reeve, Sandy Duncan, and Tommy Tune; the reprise production added Oscar winner Lou Gossett, Jr. and the late Nell Carter as guest stars.
Regionally, Mr. Montgomery has appeared in over seventy Equity productions, among them 'Antony' in Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, starring George Hearn and Judy Kaye,' the 'Gentleman Caller' in The Glass Menagerie, starring Kathleen Nolan as 'Amanda,' and 'Robert' in Company, as well as 'Che' in the Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster Evita, 'Curly' in the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic Oklahoma!, "Anatoly" in Chess, "Joe Hardy" in Damn Yankees, "Harold Hill" in The Music Man, "John Barrymore" in I Hate Hamlet, and the off Broadway revival of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well.