Registration is now open for

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Registration fee

$100 (must sign up by January 31st)
$125 after January 31st

(registration fee will be collected at the start of the first session
via cash or check made payable to Creative License)

Class dates & times: February 13th, 20th, 27th, & March 6th (6:30-8pm)
Classes will be held at the Albany Barn (56 Second Street, Albany)

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What did our audition class participants have to say about their experience?  See for yourself!

" would definitely recommend this class to my acting friends"
"I wish it was longer!"
"[I loved] the chance to practice and get feedback from both directors and other actors in a relaxed, friendly environment"
"The small class size offered a lot of opportunity for individual attention and feedback"

Class Syllabus

Week One: Getting Started & Monologue prep

For our first session we will go over how to choose the best monologue for you to use at your local audition.  We will also cover the importance of a first impression at your audition, going over the casting notice and determining what role is best for you, what the director is looking for, and basic tips and tricks to help you succeed.  We will also discuss how to choose an appropriate monologue and start building your monologue.

week two: Mastering cold readings

Our week two session will cover everything you need to know to prepare for cold reading auditions, including how to handle director requests/adjustments and how to overcome difficult circumstances.  We will also practice cold readings.

week three: Auditioning for film & Television

Week three will cover the world of film, television, and webinar auditions, including what director's look for and how these monologues differ from traditional stage auditions.  We will wrap up the class by checking in with monologue preparations. 

week four: mock audition & wrap up

To conclude the series we will hold a mock audition, where you will get the chance to perform your monologue and perform a cold reading-style audition in front of local directors.  Directors will give feedback and suggest adjustments, and you will have a chance to make adjustments and check in on your work.