David Caparelliotis

Undergraduate Discipline

Theatre

Graduate Program

MFA Theatre Program

Undergraduate Courses 2017-2018

Theatre

Audition Conference

Advanced , Component—Fall

This class meets once a week.

This class is for the serious-minded actor who, after graduation, anticipates pursuing a career as a performer. Predicated on the idea that auditioning is a learned skill at which one gets better with more experience and practical knowledge, the class will focus at its core on the only unalienable factor: the individuality of the actor him/herself. As much time will be spent on material selection as on execution; actors will be asked to make necessary friendships with the dreaded “monologues” and, hopefully, come to regard them as necessary filters through which they can express themselves as both people and artists. Cold-reading prep will also be covered. The hope is for the actor to leave class with not only one or two terrific audition pieces but also a better understanding of the casting process itself and what is in and out of his/her control.

Faculty

Graduate Courses

Theatre 2017-2018

Audition Conference

Advanced , Component—Fall

This class meets once a week.

This class is for the serious-minded actor who, after graduation, anticipates pursuing a career as a performer. Predicated on the idea that auditioning is a learned skill at which one gets better with more experience and practical knowledge, the class will focus at its core on the only unalienable factor: the individuality of the actor him/herself. As much time will be spent on material selection as on execution; actors will be asked to make necessary friendships with the dreaded “monologues” and, hopefully, come to regard them as necessary filters through which they can express themselves as both people and artists. Cold-reading prep will also be covered. The hope is for the actor to leave class with not only one or two terrific audition pieces but also a better understanding of the casting process itself and what is in and out of his/her control.

Faculty

Previous Courses

Audition Technique

Advanced , Component—Fall

This class meets once a week.

This class is for the serious-minded actor who, after graduation, anticipates pursuing a career as a performer. Predicated on the idea that auditioning is a learned skill at which one gets better with more experience and practical knowledge, the class will focus at its core on the only unalienable factor: the individuality of the actor him/herself. As much time will be spent on material selection as on execution; actors will be asked to make necessary friendships with the dreaded “monologues” and, hopefully, come to regard them as necessary filters through which they can express themselves as both people and artists. Cold-reading prep will also be covered. The hope is for the actor to leave class with not only one or two terrific audition pieces but also a better understanding of the casting process itself and what is in and out of his/her control.

Faculty