Audition Monologue Workshop - October 21 to November 25, 2019

Participants will have the opportunity to sharpen their audition skills by presenting monologues and receiving feedback direction from some of the city’s leading directors and theatre practitioners.

TAKE THIS CLASS IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO:

  • Learn a new audition piece. 
  • Revitalize a piece you’ve had in your repertoire.
  • Sharpen your audition skills for the upcoming General Audition Season.
  • Work closely with leading Canadian directors, play-makers, and theatre artists.

CLASS INFORMATION:

Monday nights from October 21 to November 25 for a total of six sessions.  Sessions run from 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts.

Each session will feature guest instructors. Confirmed instructors include: Philip Akin, Maev Beaty, Founding Member Martha Burns, Daren A. Herbert, Jani Lauzon, and Founding Member Joseph Ziegler. Guest instructors are subject to change.

          

Cost: $200.00

Maximum number of participants: 16

HOW IT WORKS:

Each session will be divided into eight, twenty-minute presentations.

Participants will be able to sign-up for presentation slots one week before each session on a first-come-first-served basis. Participants are guaranteed a minimum of three presentation slots over the course of the workshop period, with the potential for future slots available depending on class size/availability.

Each session will be led by our rotating roster of guest instructors, and will be tailored to accommodate the needs of each individual participant. 

When participants are not presenting, they will be actively engaged in observing each working session led by the weekly guest instructor.

APPLICATIONS CLOSED

APPLICATION DEADLINE:  October 4, 2019 at 11:59 PM 

Complete the online application form by submitting your headshot, resume, contact information. 

Participation will be confirmed on October 7, 2019. Payment will only be processed upon confirmation of participation by phone. All applicants will be contacted.


ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

We welcome and encourage applications from diverse artists, including but not limited to ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, and/or disability status. If you need assistance or require accommodation during the application or selection process, we will work with you to address your needs. Information related to accommodations will be confidential.


QUESTIONS? Feel free to contact us at: trainingroom@soulpepper.ca 
The Soulpepper Training Room is coordinated by Gregory Prest, Soulpepper’s Baillie Fellow.