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SPRING 2020 

ONLINE MASTER CLASSES

(Free With Summer Registration)

JEN WALDMAN is the director and founder of Jen Waldman Studio, one of NYC’s most highly regarded actor training studios. In 2017 alone, students of Jen Waldman Studio have appeared in 21 Broadway shows. Jen’s directing and choreography credits include George Street Playhouse, Hangar Theatre, Finger Lakes Music Theatre Festival, Cape Playhouse, B-Side Productions, Depot Theatre, Wanderlust Theatre Company, and more. She has served as the Artistic Director of the Hangar Theatre and Breaking Bread Productions and recently completed a 5-year term as the Theatre chair for the National YoungArts Foundation. As an actor, Jen made her Broadway debut in Maury Yeston’s Titanic. She went on to appear on Broadway in the smash-hit musical Wicked, also touring the US as Nessa Rose, the Wicked Witch of the East. Other acting credits include the original Off Broadway casts (and cast recordings) of Heat Lightning, Dreams This Way, and John and Paul. She has appeared onstage at the Westport Country Playhouse, Bay Street Theatre, Pioneer Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Weston Playhouse, and more.

JEN WALDMAN STUDIO

BROADWAY MASTERCLASS:


White Heron Student Company is teaming up with Jen Waldman Studio to connect White Heron students with current Broadway actors. In 2019 alone, students of Jen Waldman Studio (one of NYC’s most highly regarded actor training studios) appeared in 26 Broadway shows. Join us for this unique experience of training, intimate conversations, and friendships with Broadway's best. 

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BUILDING AN AUDITION BOOK

SONGWRITING

CYBER-CABARET

Participants will learn how to select and prepare audition materials for college and professional theatre auditions. This process includes current information on headshots, resumes, monologue prep, musical theatre audition cuts and callbacks techniques. Students will learn directly from our professional teaching artists, and will be supplied with information on careers in theatre, marketing yourself as an actor, networking and the business side of our craft.

 

Individual meetings are being scheduled.

Please contact Jenna at jenna@whiteherontheatre.org to schedule today!

Led by Teaching Artists Jimmy Calitri, Joe Short, Emily Turtle, and Caprial Harris

Collaborate with artists Ed and Dan Barton online to express yourself through song. Our student artists will learn about all aspects of songwriting. From lyrics to form and function in both dramatic and popular songwriting contexts. We are excited to have Ed back for his tenth summer on the island!

 

4 classes, Tues 4/21,4/28 & Thurs 4/23,4/30  4pm-5pm

Led by Teaching Artists

Ed Barton and Dan Barton

For all students who participate in our spring online courses, you are automatically registered for our Cyber-Cabaret. The theme for the cabaret is The Art of Self Expression, and all participants will be coached through musical theatre and a variety of genres expressing the importance (especially today) of expressing ourselves through art and its healing powers. The cabaret will culminate on Nantucket as a season opener on our White Heron stage. Through this online experience, students will be instructed and coached in aspects of musical theatre and the audition process.

Individual meetings are being scheduled.

Please contact Jenna at jenna@whiteherontheatre.org to schedule today!

Led by Teaching Artists Chelsea Cook, Jimmy Calitri, Ed Barton, and Caprial Harris

Email Jenna Tremblay for any registration questions

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508-228-2156

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HAMLET, Act I, Scene 3

"This above all: to thine own self be true,

And it must follow, as the night the day,

Thou canst not then be false to any man."

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