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Monologue Repertoire & Audition Techniques

College Audition Workshop ages 15-20 teens, college undergraduate theater audition

Fall 2020 registration is open!

MONOLOGUE REPERTOIRE & AUDITION TECHNIQUES ONLINE

 

Level Up Your Theater Performance in a Fun, High-Energy Environment!

Students will be guided through finding, selecting, and developing monologues to showcase their personal strengths. Students will also take part in additional activities and exercises to help prepare for live or pre-recorded (self-tape) auditions and for the accompanying interview process. The class will also spend time exploring the creation of an audition book and considering how auditions should be approached.

This informative, animated program is perfect for students with an interest in acting and theater, and for any students planning to audition for special programs, school shows/groups, or universities.

Students should “bring” (have access to) any current or potential monologues in their repertoire during the first class.

Note: Openings are limited, so early registration is encouraged.

 

Ages:  12 – 18
Dates:  Oct. 1 – Nov. 19 (8 weeks)
Times:  Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:15 pm EST
Tuition:  $285 (A $10 late fee will be added after Tuesday, Sept. 29)
Location:  Zoom (Details provided in Welcome Letter)

 

Sample Schedule

4:00 pm – 4:05 pm
Welcome and Warm ups
4:15 pm – 5:10 pm
Monologue Work and Discussion
5:10 pm – 5:15 pm
Wrap up

 

Requirements

9 Spots Remaining

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PROGRAM FACULTY


 


Rebecca Wahls
Read about Ms. Wahls

Rebecca Wahls is a Washington D.C.-based director and actor, currently pursuing an MFA in Directing as a John Wells Fellow at Carnegie Mellon University.  Some recent professional directing work includes Pippin (Monumental Theatre Company) Spills, Midnight Tracks, and We Found the Wild Things (Who What Where Theater Collective, where she is co-founder and co-artistic director), and Billy Shakes and the Big Screen (AFYP, director and playwright). Rebecca holds a BFA in Acting and Directing from George Mason University where she graduated as Most Outstanding in the Major and received the Students as Scholars Excellence Award for her undergraduate research work on Dido, Queen of Carthage. Rebecca has worked as a teaching artist, director, actor, and playwright with Acting For Young People (AFYP) since 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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