Monologue Workshop for Actors

Learning how to perform a MONOLOGUE — a one or two minutes piece in which you are the only actor speaking (while picturing another character listening and responding to you) — is an essential step for actors of all levels.

Many auditions are based around monologues. Stage auditions usually start off with one. Directors aiming to cast films also often ask actors to submit to link to a filmed audition, to be submitted along with your headshot and resume when applying to audition for a particular role.

In this intensive four-week class, students will learn how to choose, memorize and perform both comedic and dramatic monologues, have an opportunity to rehearse them with the help and guidance of the instructor, then perform them in class.

The instructor, Rick May, has been involved in the production of over 300 stage plays, as an actor or director. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is NOT a Beginning Acting class; if you are a beginner, take ACTING 101 first.

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Class 99951 - MONOLOGUE CLASS - Sundays - Jan. 6, 13, 20 and 27, 10 am-noon
University of Washington campus
Instructor: Rick May.
Maximum enrollment: 12. Enrolled so far: 0

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