AUDITIONING FOR THEATER
A 5-week Acting Class for Teens!
(Grades 6 and up).
Saturdays from 10am – 12pm
February 24 – March 24, 2018
Instructed by Theatrical Outfit Education Director, Mira Hirsch, and featuring sessions with Clifton Guterman, TO Casting Director, Theatrical Outfit’s AUDITIONING FOR THE THEATER Class is open to young actors of all levels of experience. Students will learn best practice techniques in multiple audition formats, including prepared monologues, audition sides and cold reads. Additionally, participants will receive guidance in auditioning for musical theater productions, with instruction in preparing audition songs and performing dance audition choreography from guest musical directors and choreographers.
The class will culminate with a mock audition for Theatrical Outfit’s artistic staff on March 24.
All classes are held at Theatrical Outfit, 84 Luckie Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303|
QUESTIONS? Contact Mira Hirsch at email@example.com
SUMMERSTAGE AT THE OUTFIT
Theatrical Outfit’s signature program for young actors!
Theatrical Outfit offers 2 Summer programs for young actors (rising 3rd through 10th graders).
Click HERE for 2018 SummerStage
show announcements, camp dates, and registration information!
Theatrical Outfit solidified its commitment to theater education for youth with the inaugural season of SummerStage at the Outfit in 2015. By the following year, enrollment had doubled for this four-week summer program which emphasizes skill building, musical theater production and love for the art form of theater.
This season, TO Education is introducing a series of Masterclasses for young actors which are thematically tied to each mainstage TO production. Each workshop focuses on a different style of theater creation, and enrollment includes a ticket to that day’s show.
Our philosophy of theater education begins and ends with a focus on story. Everything we teach, everything we model, everything we practice is centered on the idea that clear and inventive communication between actors and audience of a given or devised story is what makes theater “work.” All of our instruction – be it in blocking, scene creation, character development, choreography, vocal work, design or improvisation – is rooted in this simple yet crucial idea.
Additionally, we place a high value on ensemble-building in both our camp and workshop environments. The camaraderie that exists amongst our students is extraordinary and largely derives from the emphasis we place on ensemble building, mutual respect and a shared love for the creative process.
For questions and/or additional information – contact Education Director Mira Hirsch at: firstname.lastname@example.org