JANUARY 2020 WORKSHOPS
Individual Workshops are $75 each
TRIPLE THREAT COMBO: take all 3 for $200 ($25 savings!)
228 N Main Street
Mooresville, NC 28115
MASTERCLASS WITH ISAAC JOSEPHTHAL
Saturday October 12 at 2pm OR Sunday October 13 at 4pm
War Memorial Building
220 N Maple Street
Mooresville, NC 28115
Private Session by appointment only
45 mins each
Isaac Josephthal is a New York based actor and artist. Originally from Mooresville, NC, as a youth he studied and performed with many local Charlotte companies such as Children’s Theatre Charlotte, Theatre Charlotte, the Davidson Community Players and the Mooresville Children’s Theatre, among others. Upon graduating high school, he went on to higher education at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. While at Tisch, he studied extensively in the Meisner program (under the tutelage of Victoria Hart; a first generation Sanford Meisner disciple) and then went on to the Stonestreet Film Conservatory to study acting for the camera. Since graduating, he has toured throughout Europe with the French National Theatre three times, and was lucky enough to help bring their production of Julius Caesar to the States in 2019. He has also worked with The Pearl Theatre Company, one of off-Broadway’s few singular classical stage companies. He also continues to work outside of New York, having last been seen in the regional premiere of If I Forget at Barrington Stage Co. in Massachusetts; a piece by the writer of the acclaimed Dear Evan Hansen. In the past year, Isaac has gained leverage in the TV scene — co-starring in HBO’s Divorce and finally in Starz’s Hightown, which will premiere in 2020.
Join choreographer Emily Hunter in a Master Class on Musical Theatre Dance. Musical Theatre has gone through many transformations since the 1st musical in 1866. This class will explore the classical style of Rodgers & Hammerstein, the Fosse style created by the one and only, Bob Fosse, contemporary dance through new musicals and the integration of hip hop into Musical Theater.
Lakeetha Blakeney is an actress, director, and playwright in the Charlotte area. She received her BA in Acting from UNC Greensboro and her MA in English Creative Writing from Southern New Hampshire University. Lakeetha has worked with theatre companies all over the United States and internationally. Most recently she was a member of the Resident Touring Company of the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and is the Current Theatre Arts Director at Lake Norman High School. She is also touring her original work Sweet Jenn A Living Exhibit: Narrative of a Female Slave.
In Acting 101 students will learn the basic FUNdamentals of acting. Students will explore character development and get the opportunity to get step out of their comfort zones and learn various acting methods.
I started with Musical Theatre when I was about 14 years old. Every year since then, I’ve been involved with theatre – on or off stage. I’ve been the director of the annual high school musical at SouthLake Christian for three years now, and I have appeared in shows at The Warehouse and The Greenroom.
For our workshop, we are going to learn about how to give a good audition. What you need to prepare, and what to do during the audition. We will dissect a few monologues to practice how to deliver one for an audition. Get ready to have some fun!