TUNE IN FOR OUR CAMP PENDRAGON SHOWCASE ON JULY 24th!
Attention theatre kids entering 8th grade through graduated high school seniors (approximately 14 through 18 year olds). Announcing our Virtual Camp Pendragon including on-line & socially distanced in person audition workshops & rehearsal time with the incomparable Elizabeth Cordes, Matt Sorensen & Terpsie Toon. Culminates in an on-line talent showcase at the end of July.
Audition preparation Workshop w/ Elizabeth Cordes, Matt Sorensen, and Terpsie Toon.
Campers will learn how to audition with 2 contrasting monologues and 2 contrasting musical selections. Movement and other *special performance workshops will be offered.
(* sock puppet music video, audience member dummy, etc) Sessions: Weekdays 9 am - 3 pm, June 29 through July 24
Camp Pendragon Showcase - Live stream presentation on July 24, of selected monologues and songs. Campers will perform live on the Pendragon stage (wherever that needs to be), one at a time, practicing social distancing, taking every safety precaution imaginable.
Sign up at https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?class=pdto for a Zoom Audition Interview.
AUDITION INTERVIEWS: June 15 & 16 from 11AM - 3PM- interview slots will be assigned upon registration.
Prepare 32 bars (a verse and a chorus) of a song that fits your voice and personality. We encourage you to use a backing track, which are easy to find on iTunes or YouTube.
We are interested in hearing about you as a performer; your stage experience, your strengths, and what you’d like to improve on.
FEE: $200 ($75 due at registration, balance due by 6/29)
(Full and partial scholarships available- email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.)
In a non- covid year, CAMP PENDRAGON is an intensive, month-long theatre workshop in July for students entering 8th grade through graduated high school seniors (approximately 14 through 18 year olds). Campers will experience what it takes to produce a professional musical from start to finish under the direction of Matt Sorensen, Elizabeth Cordes and choreographer, Terpsie Toon.