Casting call have you scared? Everyone hates auditions. That's a fact, but they can be enjoyable! Come learn how in a fun, engaging way that will leave you in tears, but only from laughing!
Where do you go? What do they expect? How do you present yourself? Are you expected to bring anything? What if you get sweaty? What if you mess up? ....... These are the age old audition questions, so while there's nothing at stake let's tackle them! With lots of techniques and tricks you can try to make auditions fun and enjoyable, this workshop will help you feel confident and at ease with yourself in whatever audition (or interview) you might have!
Our workshops are for fun and personal development. There are no homework or performance requirements, just a fun time for busy people who enjoy acting and want to improve! Or for those who've never had the chance to try theatre before and have always wanted to!
The Teacher / Brooke Flood
Brooke grew up in Long Beach Wa, and blames her love of musicals on her role model, Barbara Poulshock, who started giving Brooke piano and voice lessons at age 6.
Besides starring in many of PAPA's own productions growing up such as Hodel in "Fiddler on the Roof" and the baker's wife in "Into the Woods" she also has credits such as Beatrice in "Servant of Two Masters" and Magdalena in "The House of Bernarda Alba". Brooke has also earned her BA in Theatre : Acting/Directing & Tech/Design from George Fox University as well as being accepted to the Open Jar Institute in New York, NY for their Broadway musical theatre intensive course.
Brooke is an accomplished theatre actor, choreographer and director who hopes to inspire students in their pursuit of theatre, and in their pursuit of life. She is excited to share a lot of what she learned at Open Jar, as a huge section of the course was auditioning for broadway. Please join her for a heartfelt and fun journey into the world of theatre!
Saturday | March 24th | 1-4pm | Totally Free | Fort Columbia, Wa | No discover pass required | Open to all*
*Not recommended for small children, be sure to keep updated on more age appropriate ones in the future!