Saturday, February 22, 2020
1:00 – 3:00 pm
Have you always wanted to act, but the thought of auditioning makes your heart jump into your throat? It’s understandable. Auditions can be nerve wracking. Especially if you have no idea what to expect when you walk-in.
Ignite! Community Theatre is excited to offer a special, one-afternoon-only, audition technique workshop. This FREE workshop is designed for new actors who have little or no auditioning experience AND for those who just want to hone their skills.
Learn from veteran actors and directors how to survive and thrive at an audition. This friendly and relaxed workshop will teach you what cold reads are and how to be great at them. We’ll cover the do’s-and-don’ts of stage etiquette, give you simple but effective acting strategies, explain the auditioning process from beginning to end, and answer any questions you have.
No registration necessary.
If you would like more information, please contact us via email by using the Contact page in the above menu. Or our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ignite! Community Theatre
10814 E. Broadway, Spokane Valley
Facilitator: Scott Doughty
Scott Doughty knows what an audition looks like from both sides of the desk. He is a professional director and actor with over 20 years and 200 shows of experience. Scott has worked with the Ensemble Studio Theatre (New York), the iD Theatre (New York), Seattle Repertory Theatre (Seattle), Hand to Mouth Theatre (Portland), and dozens of professional and academic theatres across the Pacific Northwest.
Scott holds his MFA from the University of Idaho. While he loves creating theatre, he also has a passion for teaching. He is a former instructor of acting and directing at Gonzaga University. He spent 5 years as performance faculty and technical director at Spokane Falls Community college.
He continues to organize scene study groups out of his home and offers private coaching to anyone who wants to learn.