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Upcoming Workshops

 

FALL 2013 THEATRE DANCE/MOVEMENT WORKSHOP Series-Prepare for auditions for the musical Chicago!

 

4:30 - 6:30 pm Rehearsal Hall


Viki Atkinson, choreographer for CHICAGOViki

 

October 16 - Acting with the Body – Learn how to create an authentic and fully developed character using gesture and movement.  Participants should dress comfortably.

October 30 – Tap Dance – Always wanted to try tap? This is your chance! Participants will be introduced to basic tap steps and learn a short combination. Tap shoes are not necessary, but participants should wear hard-soled shoes and comfortable clothing.

November 13 – All That Jazz - Take Two – Another chance to experience the jazz styles of CHICAGO!  The choreography for this workshop will not be the same as in the September workshop, so students should feel free to attend both workshops. Participants should come dressed to move (dance/yoga clothes, sweats). Jazz shoes preferred. Girls should also bring character shoes if they have them.

 

Come to one or two workshops, or all of them. Limited to 30 participants each.

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TECH WORKSHOP SERIES CONTINUES!

 

October 14 3:30-4:30 pm

Join us for an introduction to sound design and live performance mixing as well as hearing about the business of sound as we welcome local sound designer Brian Hunt to University Theatre.on Oct 14 in the Titmus Theatre from 3:30-4:30

 

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Brian has previously designed The Drowsy Chaperone, Altar Boyz, Nerds, Legally Blonde,  Oliver!,  Evita, Hairspray, Hello Dolly!, The Producers, and The Sound of Music for North Carolina Theatre, as well as The Who’s Tommy, All Shook Up, In the Heights, and Fame for the Conservatory Master STAS Program. 


Other credits include head audio for the national tour of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, former sound designer for Hot Summer Nights at the Kennedy, as well as many other local productions. 

 

Presently Brian works as Production Supervisor at Meredith College in the events department.

Free, no registration required.

 


How Did He Learn All Those Lines?

 

Mark Filiaci

 

Come join SEMINAR's guest artist Mark Filiaci for a conversation about acting as a profession and tips and tricks for line memorization.


6:00pm, Monday, April 7 in the Kennedy-McIlwee Studio Theatre.

 

This is free and open to all students. Theatre minors, Acting students and anyone planning to audition for University Theatre shows are strongly encouraged to attend.