Workshops

 

*Lacking confidence in your musical theatre auditions?


*Uncertain of your approach to material?

                                                                                                  

*Choosing inappropriate repertoire for your type?


*Suffering from performance anxiety?

WALK INTO YOUR NEXT AUDITION PREPARED, CONFIDENT AND COMPETITIVE!

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:
tmk649@gmail.com     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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