Over a full day intensive session, master actor and director Allegra Fulton will lead participants in a practical exploration of audition technique specifically geared towards the theatre.
The workshop will help actors strengthen a contemporary and/or classical speech of their choosing for theatre auditions, as well as equip the actor with tools needed to approach callbacks and sides where strong choices must be made with short preparation time.
WHEN: Sunday, October 1st, 10-5pm
COST: $140+ HST *20% discount for CAEA
WHERE: fu-GEN Theatre Workroom, 157 Carlton St., Toronto, ON
For more information or to register: Please send headshot and resume to Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Allegra Fulton:
Allegra Fulton is an award-winning actress and one of Canada’s most celebrated artists. Her professional life began at a young age and has led to work with extraordinary artists in Europe, the US and Canada, garnering numerous awards and extensive critical praise. Known to audiences for her portrayals of outsiders, iconoclasts, and dangerous women, Allegra has received glowing reviews in leading roles in major theatres across Canada and the US including the Stratford Shakespeare Festival and Soulpepper Theatre, The National Arts Centre, Canadian Stage, Tarragon Theatre, Factory Theatre Theatre, Passe Muraille, Buddies in Bad Times, Soho Rep (Off Broadway) and A Noise Within (Los Angeles) , among many others. Her solo tour-de-force and haunting portrayal of Frida Kahlo in FRIDA K. by Gloria Montero, led to a Dora Award as well as award nominations and international acclaim in Mexico City, Toronto, across Canada and in New York City, where the Village Voice hailed her work as “ One of the most extraordinary performances on the New York stage.” Ms. Fulton has also been nominated for ACTRA and Gemini awards for her work on screen and won a Genie award for The Hangman’s Bride in which she stars and shares a writing credit. In 2010 Ms. Fulton NOW Magazine. called a “National Treasure”Her recent Film and TV work include, THE SHAPE OF WATER, MAPS TO THE STARS, 19-2, STRANGE BUT TRUE, FARGO and SUITS.
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