5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Alex Brightman Online Workshop
Broadway Workshop Studio (Ages 18-25)
Wednesday, November 11th, 2020
5:00pm – 7:00pm ET (Eastern Time)
Alex will work with each student on audition technique and song interpretation in this special online master class. We will focus on giving actors the opportunity to bring their audition and performance skills to the next level and how to better connect to their audition material. Students will also take part in a Q&A with Mr. Brightman and the Broadway Workshop team.
Each student should prepare one musical theatre song of their choice for this workshop and have an accompaniment track in the correct key. This is an online workshop through Zoom.
Students should be prepared for honest feedback and be ready to work in depth on their song selections. Students should have a high level of vocal training and have professional aspirations.
Class is limited to 10 students.
Alex Brightman most recently starred as the title role in Broadway’s Beetlejuice where he received his second Tony Award nomination. Before Beetlejuice, Brightman received his first Tony Nomination as Dewey in School of Rock. Other Broadway credits include: Matilda, Big Fish, Wicked, and Glory Days. Along with being a performer, Alex is also an accomplished writer and is currently working with Drew Gasparini on a musical adaptations of the film It’s Kind of a Funny Story as well as the award-winning children’s book The Whipping Boy.
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Things you’ll need to participate in our Broadway Workshop Online Workshop Series:
- A computer or device (such as a phone or tablet) with internet connection
- A 16-32 bar accompaniment track for your song
- A second device (phone or tablet) to play your 16-32 bar accompaniment track
- Zoom – available through download at www.Zoom.com
Students will need one (1) musical theatre or pop/rock audition song in the correct key for this workshop. We will only be focusing on ONE 16/32 bar musical cut in this class. If possible please have a second song to be used as backup. We suggest that you do not sing songs currently on Broadway. You need a track to sing along with, you can try to find a track on-line or you can feel free to email our musical directors to create a track for you (INFO BELOW).
If you are looking for song suggestions – Click HERE to browse for song cuts.
We have put together a list of helpful places to find tracks for your musical theater/pop songs.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions at all about this workshop.
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