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Audition Workshop for Children – NOVEMBER 5

Audition Workshop for Children – NOVEMBER 5

Audition Workshop for Children

Class cost: $30 

Min students: 5   

Max students: 14

Class Dates: Sunday, November 5, 2023

Time: 2 pm to 4 pm

Ages: 8-12 (grades 3-7)

The last day to receive a full refund is October 5, 2023.  After October 5, 2023, no refund will be issued. 

Advance registration is required. Registration deadline is Friday, November 3 at 5 pm.

Need-based scholarships are available upon application. Click here to apply. 

Class Description:

This audition workshop is designed for young actors who want to learn to audition or improve their auditioning skills. This workshop will take participants step-by-step through most theatre’s audition process and give young actors pointers to make the whole experience more relaxing and familiar. The workshop will cover techniques for better auditioning, including theatre etiquette, what to bring to an audition, how to make a great and memorable impression, cold reading skills, and how to find acting opportunities in our area. All actors, regardless of experience, ages 8 to 12, are eligible to attend.

Participants will have multiple opportunities to get up and perform short scenes during the workshop, as well as break off into groups. Actors need to come prepared for a high-energy, action-filled afternoon. 

About the Teacher:

Victoria Lamberth is the Artistic Director of Hendersonville Theatre and a professional actor with over 40 years of experience. She has been acting since she was a child, appearing on the stage, on television, and in film. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. She has worked professionally in Memphis, Nashville, Los Angeles and Western North Carolina. 

Victoria began teaching dramatic skills to K-12 students in the late 1990s while living in California. She then relocated to Tennessee and opened her own after-school and summer theatrical program called ACTion! After moving to Hendersonville in 2011, Victoria became a regular on Western North Carolina stages as both an actor and director. For the last 20 years, she has directed professionally, recently directing Rock of Ages at HT, Grimm’s Fairy Tales at Montford Park Players and The Sparrow and the Whippoorwill at The Magnetic Theatre.