Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Does your audition monologue need a fresh set of eyes & ears?

Audition Monologue Workshop in Chicago
Saturday, October 18, 12:00p-2:00p
Theatre Momentum, Studio C
(1800 W Cornelia Ave.)

From the second you walk into an audition room to the company's final, "Thanks for coming!" you have ample opportunities to make a positive lasting impression with casting directors and production staff. For 2 hours, we'll create a supportive and informative atmosphere working through monologues and audition techniques for up to 10 actors. We'll also have space in the room for those wishing to audit the workshop.

$15 to perform and work your monologue (10 slots available).
$5 to audit and not perform (up to 8 slots available).


Please prepare one 90-second contemporary monologue and dress as if you were attending a real audition. Come prepared to take some notes (recording devices are ok!), gain some advice, and have a fun afternoon.

To attend our monologue workshop, please book your slot here. Space is limited, so book while you can!

Picture M. William Panek (Executive Director/Workshop Facilitator) is a founding member of The Brown Paper Box Co. and graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with a BFA in Stage Direction. Most recently, he directed William Finn's A New Brain at Rivendell Theatre and coordinated & hosted "Proud at Mary's: A June Cabaret" at Mary's Attic. Chicago directing credits: Aloha, Say the Pretty Girls (BroadwayWorld Award nominee - Best Director, non-Equity), Godspell (BroadwayWorld Award nominee - Best Musical Revival, non-Equity), the world premiere of Aaron Golden's To Tree(BroadwayWorld Award nominee - Best New Work), Reefer Madness! The Musical in 2010, and its subsequent 4/20 remounts in 2011 and 2012. In addition, he has appeared in The Brown Paper Box Co.'s "Character Breakdown: A Miscast Cabaret" at Davenport's Piano Bar and Cabaret. William was an artistic associate with The Orchard Project in Hunter, NY, a production assistant for the 24-Hour Musicals at Joe's Pub, and the business management assistant at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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