Auditioning tips: How do you best do a cold read at an audition? March 7th at 6:30pm.
Theatrikos 1st Sunday Drama Club Workshop
Topic/Title: Pointers on How To Do a Cold Read of a Script
How do you best do a cold read at an audition? Theatre auditions come in as many shapes and sizes as there are directors. That said, one of the most frequent is the cold reading. What is that? How do you do it well? This is the most frequent form of auditions at Theatrikos and many other similar size theatres. At the audition, the director is rooting for you. We want you to succeed. This free 1st Sunday Drama Club workshop will give you some good pointers. These pointers will revolve around Arthur Miller’s famous play The Crucible. We’ll do a community reading of The Crucible starting later in the month. You don’t need to attend this drama to attend that community reading. But the tips will be useful and it’ll be fun
Workshop Leader: Theatrikos Director John Propster
Arthur Miller’s 1953 play, a dramatized and partially fictionalized story of the Salem witch trials, was written as an allegory for McCarthyism and touches on themes that are pertinent in today’s America where the very definition of truth is challenged.
Admission is free
2021/03/07 - 2021/03/07
Additional time info:
Put your newfound cold script reading skills to use. March 28–April 11, Theatrikos will host a community reading of The Crucible. You can be the audience. You can be the actor.