|Date:||June 4, 2016 - June 5, 2016|
|Time:||Saturday 9:30 am-4:00 pm | Sunday 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm|
45530 Spadina Avenue, Chilliwack BC
|Price:||Adults: $30 for members, $45 for non-members.
Students and Seniors: n/a
|Tickets:||Contact Sandy at email@example.com to register.|
Just a reminder that a Players Guild membership costs $15 (single or family, September to September), so consider joining to take advantage of the special pricing and all the other membership benefits. Contact Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- Are you a beginner who has no idea as to what to expect at an audition?
- Are you an experienced actor who feels that you’re not getting all you can out of your auditions?
- Does the whole topic just fill you with horror?
Help is at hand! Don’t miss this chance to learn from UFV’s longtime theatre instructor Ian Fenwick, whose years of theatrical experience make him a fascinating facilitator. Maximum enrolment is 18, so contact Sandy at email@example.com right away to reserve your spot.
Session One: Saturday, June 4 — 9:30 am to noon
Preparation for auditions, best practices described, script assigned and read.
Session Two: Saturday, June — 1:00 to 4:00
Simulated audition (please put aside this time, however, you may not be required for the full session).
Session Three: Sunday, June 5 — 1:30 to 3:30
Feedback, advice and discussion.
“It is essential to commit to participating in all three sessions of this workshop. Please do not enroll if you don’t feel you can do this.”
“If you want to play a part in a play, musical, commercial, TV show or film, you have to audition. All actors, even the seasoned pros, know how stressful and demanding auditions can be. Learning to audition well is as important as learning to act well. Without the former, you won’t be doing much of the latter.
“In this two-day workshop you will learn valuable skills that will improve your chances of landing a part in a future production. The workshop is divided into three parts: in session one, you will be introduced to proven methods for preparing for an audition; in session two, you will participate in an audition simulation; in session three, you will receive useful feedback and points to practice to help you with your next “real” audition.