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The price of this class is $400.00.
15 – 18
Students will practice and gain confident skills in every aspect of the college audition—from the monologue to the interview to the final exit. Each student will develop a collection of monologues that showcases their skills and will have the opportunity to examine deeply what they are looking for in their theater training.
During these Friday morning workshops, participants will rigorously rehearse monologues, practice interviewing, compose artist statements, and prepare to be competitive and have fun in the college audition process.
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Christine Marie Brown
Christine Marie Brown has made her home in Seattle for the last three years after nearly a decade in New York. Christine made her Broadway debut in the Tony-award winning production of both parts of William Shakespeare's Henry IV. She has also appeared Off-Broadway at the acclaimed Playwrights Horizons theatre company and in an award-winning New York International Fringe Festival production of Harold Pinter’s Ashes to Ashes. Nationally, Christine's theatre work includes leading roles at The Guthrie, The Old Globe, South Coast Rep, Baltimore Centerstage, Shakespeare & Company, Buffalo Studio Arena, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, American Shakespeare Center, Kansas City Rep and TUTA (Chicago). Locally, her work has been seen at Seattle Rep, ACT, Seattle Shakespeare Company, 14/48 Festival, Engaged Theatre Project, Sandbox Radio LIVE!, Endangered Species Project, Mirrorstage and Northwest Playwrights Alliance. She has been vocal coaching & teaching through Jack Straw Productions for the last two years, has taught at Cornish College for the Arts as part of their summer theatre intensive and she will be teaching acting at Freehold Theatre Lab this Winter. She holds an MFA from the Old Globe Theatre and a BA from the University of Maryland. Christine is a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA.