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SPECIAL AUDITION WORKSHOP OPPORTUNITY FROM POLARIS NORTH!
Usually the Wednesday Night Audition Workshop is open only to members of Polaris North.
Non-members interested in participating should e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Audition Workshop meets on Wednesday nights from 7-9PM.
See our Events Page for the current schedule.
We also encourage our directors and playwrights to audit the sessions to learn more about our actor members.
This workshop is a learning experience.
It is for educational purposes and is not an audition or employment opportunity.
Lead industry guest participation is for instructional purposes and does not connote offers of employment to class participants.
POLARIS NORTH AUDITION WORKSHOP GUESTS
Sign up/info: Damien Bosco at firstname.lastname@example.org
All sessions begin promptly at 7pm
December 4 @ 7pm:
Howie Cherpakov, Howie Cherpakov Casting
Requested Material: Theatre Monologues
Broadway & Tour credits include: Bright Star, Next Fall (Artios Nomination), The Seafarer, Coram Boy, Chicago, Annie Get Your Gun, Dirty Dancing, South Pacific. Off-Broadway/Regional productions include: Benny & Joon and October Sky (Old Globe), Midnight Street (Theatre Row), Found (Atlantic -Artios Nomination), Atomic (Acorn), New York Stage & Film (five seasons), Marry Harry (NYMF). Dangerous Beauty (Pasadena Playhouse), Fault Lines (Artios Award, Cherry Lane), The Glorious Ones (Lincoln Center), The Opposite of Sex (Magic Theatre), This Is Our Youth. www.hccasting.com
December 11 @ 7pm:
Jennifer Tuttle, Theatre Director
Requested Material: Theatre sides are best
Jennifer Tuttle is a theatre artist and educator. Recent directing projects include: Apple, Table, Penny which headlined Emerging Artists Theatre’s New Work Series, an original devised work called Immigration Stories for Culture Project’s Women Center Stage, An Incident at Peniel a new play by Daniel Beller at Alchemical Theatre Lab for Crossways Theatre, a bilingual version of Much Ado About Nothing called Much Ado Para Nada, for Shakespeare in Detroit, and Ruined at The City College of New York. She is a member of Name of Bird Theatre Company, a Michael Chekhov based acting ensemble in New York City, and played the role of Lennox in their recent production of Macbeth. And she recently Co-Chaired the StateraArts Foundation’s national conference for advancing women, women identifying and non-binary artists in the arts and theatre.
Jennifer is an Assistant Professor of Acting at The City College of New York/CUNY, where she teaches all levels of Acting, Directing and Voice. She received her MFA in Theatre/Acting from the Hilberry Theatre at Wayne State University, and her Certification as a Teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique from the Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium, where she is an Associate Teacher. She has been a professional actor and director for over 20 years, and is a proud member of Actors’ Equity.
Jennifer lives in Queens, NY where she lives with her husband, Ryan and their son, Noah.