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Friday
27
APR

An audition workshop with Andrew.

19:00
17:00
The Humanist Project
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To thine own self be true." An audition workshop.

How to walk in and out of an audition with self care.

Auditioning is a necessary evil. What story are you telling yourself and the room when you walk in and walk out? What are you communicating? What information are you unconsciously or consciously transmitting about yourself as an artist and a human? Is there any way to shift that experience?

We will look at what pieces we choose, what clothes we wear, how we handle being seen, and what masks we wear through a series of exercises both written and performed. We will do research on what makes you ‘you’, and we will see if it’s possible to distill that and present it in the odd strange frame of the audition process.

This exciting and successful workshop has running twice a year for several years. We have been uncovering some difficult truths with lots of laughter, playfulness and enlightenment.

Don't Miss Out on this exciting opportunity!
Space is limited so apply today by sending an email to
Thehumanistproject@gmail.com

December 8-10
Friday 7-10
Sat 10-10
Sunday 10-5

Location
Midtown Manhattan
NOLA Rehearsal Studios (Friday, Sunday)
Clinton Cameo Studios (Saturday)

Cost
$300
A non-refundable payment is due on the first day of class. For those with limited resources it may be possible to set up payment plans.

Contact Andrew Borthwick-Leslie at Thehumanistproject@gmail.com to apply or for more information.

Andrew Borthwick-Leslie is a member of Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox, MA where he has taught, directed and acted for twenty years. He has taught acting and voice at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Emerson College, DeSales University and the University of Maryland among others. Andrew has run workshops for the Center for Renaissance Studies, the American Bar Association, the New England Homeless Veterans shelter and many more. He has successfully coached actors for admission into most of the major MFA programs. He has directed, devised, or assisted on over fifty productions - from Cymbeline to Perestroika. Most recently he directed Double Falsehood for Letter of Marque Theater Company at the Irondale Theater, the Merchant of Venice for the Shakespeare Forum at the Gym at Judson in Washington Square, and Macbeth at the Secret Theater for the Humanist Project. He lives happily Brooklyn.