Young Actors Company
The Young Actors Company is an elite training program for students who show exceptional talent in the areas of acting and wish to advance their skills.
Each May, students audition to be accepted to the two-week Summer Intensive where they attend daily classes focusing on ensemble-building, physical and vocal training, character development and professional stage etiquette. These classes are taught by professional actors who provide the highest level of training.
Auditions for the Spring production will be held in the Fall, and those cast will begin rehearsals in early January for a one-week performance on Neptune’s Scotiabank Studio Theatre stage.
Joining the Young Actors Company Intensive is by audition only and students must be between the ages of 13-18 to be accepted into the program. Audition requirements: Prepare a contemporary monologue under two minutes in length.
Summer Intensive: AUGUST 4-15, 2014 $425+HST
Spring Production: JANUARY-MARCH 2015 $425+HST
**Auditions will be May 24, 2014, 10am for Summer Intensive
Please prepare one monologue under two minutes in length for your audition.
Be prepared to stay until 1:00pm. No appointment required. Entrance located at Neptune Studio Theatre (not the main Box Office entrance -- these doors are directly adjacent to Argyle Bar & Grill restaurant at Blowers St).
Please contact Chuck Homewood Director of Education for further information: email@example.com or call (902) 429-7300.
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