Classes, Camps & WorkshopsWCPR works with a variety of performance professionals to bring you performance related classes and workshops. Here you can find everything from Auditions to Improv, Puppets to Props, Stage MakeUp to Commercials. Classes are offered at several of the facilities year-round. Please check back for more information!
Musical Theatre Audition Workshop
Franklin Recreation Complex
January 20 - 21, 2019
January 20: 1:30 - 6pm (Students & Parents)
January 21: 10 - 6 (Students Only)
Ages: 9 - 18
Activity Code: 13470
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The Musical Theatre Audition Workshop is for young people who will be putting themselves out there to audition and for the adults who support their dream. This workshop will help students fine-tune their audition skills and material whether auditioning for a school play, community production, or just brushing up on audition skills. Participants will break into small groups to receive instruction in acting and singing as well as get one-on-one coaching from the teaching artists.
- Acting: Students will work on warm-ups, cold reading, character development, slating, projection, and more.
- Singing: Students will need to bring 2 audition song selections (digital recording of accompaniment music or sheet music) and will work on warm-ups, performance, projection, emoting, stage presence and more.
- Headshots/Resumes: A professional photographer will be on site to take several headshot poses. This will include high-res digital format emailed to participant for no additional charge. Also, acting resumes and formatting will be discussed.
- Mock Auditions: Students auditon in front of a panel of directors and casting directors. After, they will receive feedback from the teaching artists.
- Parent Workshop (Sunday afternoon): Parents will break off from the children to learn more about the Entertainment Industry as it relates to children. Learn how to pursue local commercial/film work, get an agent, and/or find the best local training. This is the perfect program for those just starting out and those slightly more seasoned. Parents will enjoy discussions that will fortify meaningful actions in strengthening and suporting your child's passion and layout out a plan for success.
- What to Bring: Water bottle, lunch (Monday), snacks light jacket, clothes/shoes for easy movement, notebook, pencil, and sheet music or digital form of accompaniment for 2 choices of songs.
Instructors: Julia Nolan and Shana Purkey with Center Stage Productions plus several other local industry professionals, guest artists, and casting directors.