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The Theater Project is hosting a virtual audition workshop for actors aged 17-25

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originally published: 01/16/2022

The theater project, an emerging talent incubator and showcase for New Jersey artists, is offering a four-session VIRTUAL AUDITION WORKSHOP for young actors ages 17-25 from January 25-February 15. The courses are part of the company’s ongoing program. response to the dwindling number of opportunities available to actors during the current outbreak of Covid cases. Students only pay $30 for the four meetings.

Supervised by teaching artist and director TJ Bodnar, the actors will work alongside their peers and share their feedback in three one-hour sessions, refining the monologues they currently use or plan to use in professional auditions. , including auditions for college/university/conservatory programs. Animator TJ Bodnar has worked with students all over New Jersey. He is a co-founder of Monmouth County Youth Theatre, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing performance opportunities for students in the community.

The Theater Project continues to deliver programming in response to Covid as events unfold. Gaining regional recognition for its ongoing projects during the pandemic – including virtual productions of new plays, its annual Young Playwrights Competition, the ARK (Actors Reading with Kids) program and “The Theater Project Thinks About…” podcasts recently Launched – The Theater Project was one of 22 New Jersey organizations to receive prestigious NEA grants for fiscal year 2021.

Each section of the workshop is limited to six students; a virtual showcase for friends and colleagues will be presented during the fourth session, which will be attended by the artistic staff of the Theater Project and guests from other theaters. As the number of places is limited, early registration is recommended: HEARING WORKSHOP – The Theater Project.

The theater project was founded in 1994. For over twenty years, under the leadership of Artistic Director Mark Spina, they have provided well-rounded programs on a relatively small budget to audiences who relish and seek stimulating new theatre. Providing a forum to express ideas that spark the imagination and challenge the mind is what they strive to do. Encouraging their audience to think beyond the status quo and elevate discourses around important contemporary issues is tied to their goal. More importantly, their audience is ready to take a chance on a title or author they’ve never met before, knowing they’ll be engaged, challenged, and entertained.

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