Artist's Crossing to Offer Master Classes with Moore, Moran and Stifelman

News   Artist's Crossing to Offer Master Classes with Moore, Moran and Stifelman The Artist's Crossing, the theatre company founded in 2004 by Judith Blazer, Joseph Bates and Landon Scott Heimbach, will offer three master classes in the next few months.
Martin Moran
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On March 2 at Chelsea Studios (Studio 607), Broadway veteran Dana Moore (Chicago, Fosse) will offer "The Dance Audition." The 6:30-9:30 PM class, according to press notes, is "for dancers, as well as singers who move well, and will explore the audition process for the various styles of Broadway dance." Martin Moran — seen on Broadway in Titanic and Off-Broadway in his OBIE-nominated one-man play, The Tricky Part — will present "The Comedy Song" March 23 at Chelsea Studios (Studio 506). The 6:30-9:30 PM class, according to press notes, is described as such: "'Be funny!' – A two-word command that strikes terror in my auditioning heart. How do we unlock what is particular, organic, to our own sense of humor and wed it to comic material?"

And, on April 1 Leslie Stifelman's master class, entitled "Songs of Bernstein, Kander, and Sondheim," will be presented at Chelsea Studios (Studio 609) 6:30-9:30 PM. Stifelman, a conductor, pianist, producer and educator who is currently the music director for Chicago, will "share her insight from the music director's point of view in casting, rehearsing, and performing." Attendees will be asked to sing.

Enrollment will be limited to 15 participants and 10 auditors (no auditor's for Dana Moore's class). Each class is $60 for participants and $20 for auditors; there is a special discount for those participating in all three March and April master classes.

For more information e-mail theartistscrossing@yahoo.com or visit www.artistscrossing.com.

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