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Sun, Jun 09


University Heights Center

Audition Workshop

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Audition Workshop
Audition Workshop

Time & Location

Jun 09, 2019, 2:00 PM – 4:30 PM

University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA

About The Event

Global Works Productions presents an

Audition Workshop


Margaret VandenBerghe


Bob De Dea


Do you feel prepared?

Having trouble choosing what material to audition with?

How do you bring genuine emotion into a monologue?

Are your audition pieces right for you?

You generally have two minutes to make an impression (the most common audition format). All the people in the room know about you is what is on your resume and how you look you’re your picture is taken by a professional photographer. How do you show them more? And how do you make the best of that brief time?

With Bob and Margaret guiding you, you will learn how to:

Ø Be prepared;

Ø Use nerves to your advantage;

Ø Enter the room;

Ø Slate properly;

Ø Trust the material (if you’ve done your homework);

Ø Give a dynamic, authentic, and memorable audition;

Ø Connect with the material and display truth in your depiction of character; and

Ø Respect the words given to you by the composer/lyricist and use the music to express them.

In this session, conducted in a group setting, you will be given individual attention, direction, advice, and the chance to ask any questions you have about the process of auditioning, your material, or protocols.

June 9 from 2:00-4:30 pm

University Heights Center, 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, Room 109

$10 per person, limited to 15 people

A little about us:

Margaret VandenBerghe has been an Actor, Producer, and Director in the Seattle area for 25 years. She’s performed in most all the major houses in Seattle. Margaret studied with Uta Hagen in the Bank Studio in NYC and later trained here in Seattle with the Seattle Rep . She was a company member and Director with the Bathhouse Theatre under Arne Zaslove, as well as a founding member of the Idaho Shakespeare Festival in Boise.

Bob De Dea is a writer, composer, actor and director whose work is well known among Seattle theatergoers. Bob did graduate studies in directing and performance at NYU, and studied speech and dialects with Milenko Radosavljevich at HB Studio, where he was also an acting student of the late Uta Hagen. Local directing credits include productions at CenterStage, Rain City Productions, Bellevue Civic Theatre, Seattle Public Theater, Puget Sound Energy), Driftwood Players, the International School, and Imagination Theatre. As a professional actor and member of SAG-AFTRA and Actors' Equity, Bob has been seen at the Village Theatre, 5th Avenue, Showtunes, Wooden O, Bellevue Civic Theatre, and Centerstage.

For the past 20 years, Bob has been the tenor/arranger for the a cappella vocal group Kitchen Sync. He is also a prolific songwriter and plays his original songs frequently with his band, Schrödinger's Cats.

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