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*COVID got you down?
*Missing the camaraderie of your fellow actors?
*Technique getting rusty?
BE PREPARED FOR THAT FIRST AUDITION!
Composer Ted Kociolek (Abyssinia, The Age of Innocence) is currently enrolling students for the Fall 2020 session of his Musical Theatre Audition/Performance Technique Workshop. The structured, six-week course runs Mondays September 21-October 26, 7-10 PM, at a midtown studio location TBA.
The workshop, suitable for beginner and career veteran alike, offers the singing actor the opportunity to learn/refine a technique of activating/interpreting musical theater materials and build your audition portfolio, with the objective of communicating the individual--you--through strong and “unsafe” acting choices. Students are provided with practical techniques and guidelines that promote self-confidence and spontaneity, liberate the voice and enhance the audition experience.
I initially assign a song to the group (performed individually) so that everyone is on the same page with the process. I then recommend audition material of both standard and contemporary vintage, tailored to the individual's vocal/physical type, etc. You'll be up and singing before the class every week in a safe and supportive environment. Other topics, such as 16-bar cuts, audition protocol, etc., are covered as a matter of course during the workshop.
All distancing/masking/sanitizing protocols strictly enforced. Individual face shields provided for performance.
The workshop fee is $350. Limited enrollment.
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