*Lacking confidence in your musical theatre auditions?

*Uncertain of your approach to material?


*Choosing inappropriate repertoire for your type?

*Suffering from performance anxiety?


Composer Ted Kociolek (The Age of Innocence, Abyssinia) is currently enrolling students for the Winter 2017 session of his Musical Theatre Audition/Performance Technique Workshop, now in its 10th year. The structured, six-week course runs Mondays, March 6
– April 17, 7-10 PM (no class April 10), at a midtown studio location TBA.

The workshop, suitable for beginner or career veteran alike, offers the singing actor the opportunity to:
*develop or refine performance skills

*discover new repertoire or refresh the old

*assemble a song portfolio tailored to the individual

*gain interpretive insights into material

Emphasizing the selection, analysis, preparation and presentation of musical theatre repertoire in a safe and supportive atmosphere of creative exploration, the workshop provides students with practical techniques and guidelines that promote self-confidence and spontaneity, liberate the voice and enhance the audition and performing experience.

Current/recent bookings by students include:


Jekyll and Hyde (Korea)

Company (Lyric Stage)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Sacramento Music Circus)

Les Misérables (Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre)
Soul Doctor (Off-Broadway)
If/Then (Broadway)
The Sound Of Music (Live)

The workshop fee is $300. Limited enrollment.

Also available for private coaching. Reasonable rates.

To book the class or for more information:     Serious inquiries only, please.

“Ted’s audition workshop is a great place for actors, young or seasoned, to stretch and strengthen their musical theatre talents. He is a walking encyclopedia of songs and shows and can guide you to unique, well-suited, memorable audition pieces that will get you noticed!”
—Suzanne Adams, Artistic Director, Opening Doors Theatre Company


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