G.A.T.E. PROGRAM AGES 16 AND UP
Auditions only will take place at the Gilbert Theater at 116 Green Street 2nd Floor August 12th from 10-12pm.
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GILBERT G.A.T.E. PROGRAM
Gilbert Actor Theatre Ensemble
The Gilbert Gate is a competitive program devoted to young actor’s training, ages 16-25. The “Gate” represents the passage from young actor to adult actor.
Our program is dedicated to performance training in Movement, Voice/Speech, Scene Study, and Acting. While in the program the student will become grounded in a myriad of period styles including Restoration comedy and Shakespeare, as well as acting for film and television, audition prep, and musical theatre. With this training, students will learn about the business side of Acting along with college entry counseling, a major part of the program.
The Gate Program consists of 2 units:
1. Acting for Classical or Contemporary plays
2. Acting for Film
Students will complete each unit with a performance/showcase of their work. These performances will be open to the public.
Entry to Program is by private audition only. Please see below for audition requirements.
Students will meet twice a month for 9 months. 18 sessions!
Class: One Saturday a month 10am to 1pm
Actor's Lab: One week night a month 6pm to 8pm
Detailed Schedule TBD
UNIT SHOWCASE will consist of a panel specializing in Acting, Movement, Voice, Dance in conservatory setting to observe performances. Students will receive a report on their progress directly following the performance.
Upon completing our program students will go on to a major university, conservatory or the professional market. A letter of recommendation from each teacher will be provided upon graduating the program.
Cost of Program: $200/9 Months (18 sessions) plus performances
Present two contrasting monologues.
Read the plays from which you are selecting monologue material for presentation. This will allow you to make appropriate choices for the material as well as demonstrate an understanding of the play and the characters.
Hand props such as a letter or handkerchief are allowed but nothing on a larger scale.
Wear audition attire (nice and casual, but comfortable daytime attire); no costuming.
To make an appointment for a PRIVATE AUDITION or if you have any questions regarding auditions, please contact Brian Adam Kline, at email@example.com