A sneak peek behind the weird and wonderful world of auditioning.
**This workshop is now at registration capacity**
In this workshop, 8 participants will have an opportunity to workshop an audition piece one-on-one with Hannah, explore ways of building audition confidence, and how (and why) to bring their authentic selves into the audition room. Participants will also explore new ways of thinking about auditioning, in the hopes of mitigating audition nerves before, after, and during an audition.
Want to perform? Performance slots will be granted on a first come first serve basis to the first 8 participants who register and indicate a performance slot upon registration.
Want to watch? All students looking to learn through osmosis can attend, registration is still required. There are 12 slots open for observation. Please state whether you would like to perform or watch on your registration form.
Priority registration will be given to U of T students. Remaining workshop spaces will then be opened to the public.
Hannah Wayne Phillips
Hannah is an actor, arts educator, and emerging playwright. Her recent performing credits include Boeing Boeing, Crimes of the Heart (Watermark Theatre); King Lear, Twelfth Night (Canadian Stage); Living With Olivia (RedWit Theatre), Trojan Girls and the Outhouse of Atreus (Factory Theatre/OtM), and Ballad of the Motherland (Neptune Theatre). Hannah is a graduate of York University with an MFA in Performance and McMaster University. She teaches performance at Young People's Theatre, Sheridan College, and the University of Toronto.
Any questions please contact the Hart House Theatre U of T Work Study Students at: [email protected]