Firebird Theatre Presents Audition Workshop for Kids and Teens

Firebird Theatre will hold class on preparing for musical theatre auditions

Phoenixville's Firebird Theatre is presenting "How to Survive an Audition", the second workshop in its Young Actors series, starting this month.  Kids and teens ages 8 - 18 will have lots of on-stage fun as they learn audition techniques  and other acting skills.


Workshop participants will learn everything they need to know to walk into an audition with confidence and stand out from the crowd.  Our professional theatre teachers will help students prepare one or two audition songs, master basic audition dance steps and practice script readings.  Theatre games, improvisation and other fun will be part of each workshop class too.


At the end of six weeks, students will have their own audition portfolio complete with professional head shot.  The workshop will be help on Saturday mornings, from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm at St John's Lutheran Church, 355 St John's Circle, Phoenixville PA, beginning January 19th through February 23rd.  Tuition is $120 and registration is due by January 12th.


Firebird's previous Young Actor's Workshop focused on musical theatre techniques and culminated in a Holiday Revue show attended by hundreds at the Colonial Theatre.  Firebird also produces an annual summer Broadway musical - past productions include The Wizard of Oz and Bugsy Malone.


For more information and registration forms, please go to http://www.firebirdtheatre.net/happening-now.html.


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