Are you nailing your auditions, but flunking the sides?
Or maybe you just want to get back to (acting) basics, so you don’t feel like a #basic actor?
Introducing MONOLOGUES, COLD READS, AND SIDES.
WHEN: TUESDAY NIGHTS, 6PM, APRIL 16TH - MAY 14TH.
MONOLOGUES, COLD READS, AND SIDES will give students an opportunity to work one on one with Broadway Vet, KIRSTEN WYATT, on book material.
Students will be allowed to bring in and workshop monologues and sides they have been given for an upcoming audition, material they have been given in the past they want to work on and improve, or would LIKE to receive one day.
This offers students a wonderful opportunity to work on their dream roles and get a head start before getting into that audition room!
Cold Reads? What’s that? Bring in something NEW! Work through it from scratch with Kirsten, or even ask Kirsten to bring in material FOR you to read on the spot in class!
As always, this class can be as much the student’s design as they wish! Or they’ll be able to ask for a little extra guidance and direction from our faculty.
There's no audition for this class!
For all students, new and returning to AT , MONOLOGUES, COLD READS, AND SIDES costs $300 including a $99 deposit! Pay the deposit to reserve your spot and pay the balance due on the first day!
KIRSTEN WYATT is an award winning actress who has been seen on Broadway, in theaters around the country and on television. To date, she’s appeared in nine Broadway shows – the most recent being Annie the Musical where she portrayed villainess Lily St. Regis. Wyatt has also been seen on Broadway in A Christmas Story the Musical (Crusty Elf/Mrs. Schwartz), Elf (Santa’s Elf), Shrek The Musical (Shoemaker’s Elf), Grease (Frenchy, 2007 revival), High Fidelity (Anna), The Pajama Game (Poopsie), Urinetown (Little Becky Two Shoes), and You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy/Sally standby). Favorite regional roles include Agnes Gooch in the Goodspeed Opera House’s production of Mame for which she won a Connecticut Critics Circle Award, Ellie Mae Chipley with San Francisco Opera, Charity in Sweet Charity at the Cape Playhouse, Miss Adelaide in Guys & Dolls at the Great Lakes Theater Festival, Paulette in Legally Blonde at The Cape Playhouse, Peter in Peter Pan at Pioneer Theater and as Dulcie on the national tour of The Boy Friend directed by Julie Andrews. She’s also performed regionally at Baltimore Center Stage, American Repertory Theater, St Louis MUNY, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park and Alabama Shakespeare Festival. TV credits include Blue Bloods, Naked Brothers Band, As the World Turns and All My Children. Proud graduate of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. She is the creator and host of the new web series Broadway Nosh. You can also check out her website at KirstenWyatt.net or follow her on Twitter @KirstenWyatt.