10:00:00 - 11:45:00
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Broadway guest teacher will work with students on how to select the right monologue and how to bring it to life. Each student will work in a small group setting and have the opportunity each week to build a strong monologue audition. Students will share in the process of self-discovery and personal growth as they bring their creative self to their material in a fun and safe environment.
Each session will begin with a physical warm up; students will then spend the session working on their monologue material in a group environment. During each class students will get one on one time to work on their pieces and receive feedback and direction.
Students should prepare one or two monologue pieces for the first session of this class. Our guest teacher will have additional monologue material to offer students if their pieces are not working for them. All monologues should be from a published play. This class is limited to 12 students
Location: Ripley Grier Studios – 520 8th Ave
(Between 36th/37th Street) – 16th Floor
Instructor: Hannah Shankman
Hannah Shankman is currently on Broadway in WICKED. Other Broadway credits include: Side Show, Les Miserables and Hair. Broadway National Tours; Les Miserables, Rent. West End: Hair. Regional theatre credits include: Funny Girl, Side Show, Company, Joseph…, Tommy and many others.
Hannah hold as BFA in Acting at The University of Michigan. She has also studied voice with Matt Farnsworth and Bruce Kolb, studied with Bob Krakower, Ted Sluberski., at NYU/s CAP21 Program, One on One, and other studios around NYC and London. Hannah has been part of the faculty of Broadway Workshop since 2015.