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The Changing Room Opening Night is February 26th…nDon’t Miss Out!!! nFor reservations call 212.352.3101 or visit our websiten

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…Join us after the show on the 26th for the nOfficial Opening Night PartynatnMustang Sally’sn(324 Seventh Avenue at 28th Street)

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*All are welcome! Even if you can’t attend the show*

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Looking Forward to the Conference

nI am very honored to be part of the upcoming conference, Perspectives in Criticism, hosted by the American Theatre Critics Association. Thank you so much to Sherry Eaker for inviting me to be a part of this event.nnI will be speaking on the panel How Critics Can Enhance Their Theatre Experience alongside Bill Esper and Sabra Jones, co-moderated by Sherry Eaker and Ronald Rand. We will be discussing acting techniques which help actors enhance their understanding of character.nnThe conference will be from February 4th-6th and is open to the public. Click here for information. n

Auditions for You Never Can Tell

It’s Audition Time Again…

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You Never Can Tell nby George Bernard ShawnDirected by Robert Verlaque

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Please review the information provided on the website and the callboard at the studio.

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You must sign up for an audition in personn(DO NOT CALL THE OFFICE TO SIGN UP).

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For the rehearsal and performance schedule and character breakdowns click nHERE

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*Auditions are only open to T. Schreiber Studio alumni or current students who have completed 3 months of classes (or the equivalent number of class sessions-12) before the date of the first rehearsal.

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*Sign-up sheets are posted on the audition board at the Studio. Auditions will be held at fifteen minute intervals. Be certain you can make the audition date before you sign-up, and IF NECESSARY, please cancel well in advance.

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Note on the play:

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The play is in the public domain and you can save a few dollars by downloading it from our website

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***PLEASE NOTE: This is the rehearsal version we will be using, and all page numbers refer to this version only. Keep in mind when looking for your audition scenes-these are the pages being referenced.

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nnAuditions:nnFriday, Feb 11thn2pm – 8pmnnSaturday, Feb 12thn11am – 6pmnn

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Sunday, Feb 13thn

11am – 6pmnnMonday, Feb 14thn2pm – 6pmnnCallbacks:nSaturday, Feb 26thn11am – 5pmnn

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Performances:nMay 12-June 19, 2011nThur.-Sat. – 8:00pmnSun. – 3:00pm

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Terry to Speak on American Theatre Critics Association Panel

Terry Schreiber teaches a scene study class.
nnTerry Schreiber will join other influential acting teachers on a panel discussing techniques they use to help actors create a role and understand a play. The panel is part of a mini-conference hosted by the American Theatre Critics Association which will explore “How Critics Can Enhance Their Theatre Experiences”. The conference will be held February 4-6, 2011 at the Baruch Performing Arts Center in New York City, and will feature a ‘Brunch with the Stars’ at Sardi’s Restaurant. Other confirmed panelists who will join Terry in discussion include: Bill Esper, William Esper Studio for Acting, Sande Shurin, Sande Shurin Acting Studios, and Sabra Jones, Co-Founder of New York’s Mirror Repertory Company, adjunct professor at Pace University, and member of the Actor’s Studio. T. Schreiber Associate Artistic Director, Peter Jensen, and Producing Director, Barbara Kielhofer, will join Terry in attending the conference.

Put Your Voice to Work!

“Jeff Dreisbach is phenomenal! Jeff takes away the ‘mystery’ of a professional voice over career and replaces it with a clear and practical step by step process that empowers the actor.” – D. Rose

May 17-June 21, 2011

Tuesdays 2:00-5:00 pm Fee: $375/6 classes ($300 w. scene study technique)

This six-session workshop teaches the actor the best way to audition for voice-over commercials and the essential ingredients to get the voice-over gig. Each actor is recorded with in depth evaluation in each class and specific work includes the audition process, how to cast yourself, narration vs. natural, character voices, scoring the text, looping, and examples of successful demos. Final takes will be done in a recording studio. A raw demo of all your class work will be provided at the end of the course. Open to all levels. Interview Required. Instructor: Jeffrey Dreisbach

Here’s What They’re Saying About Our New Voice-Over Class…

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“I just loved this class. Getting a skill that I can actually use is fantastic.”n

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“Jeff is so knowledgeable! If you want to learn about performing as a voice actor, or about the business in general, Jeff has an answer.”

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“The course makes you want to get out there and take over the Voice-Over world!”

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*Starts January 25th*n

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Voice-Over Workshop

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w/ Jeffrey Dreisbach

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Tuesdays 2:00-5:00pmn

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January 25 – March 1, 2011

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Fee: $375/6 Classes ($300 w. Scene Study)

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Open to all Levels.

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Call the office for more information 212-741-0209

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Body & Voice

*Finalizing Enrollment*nVocal Productionn w/ Page Clements

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“Page taught me how to find my real, true voice, which I possessed in childhood but lost somewhere along the way.¬† And her coaching isn’t just technical.nThe voice work has helped me become more emotionally available thannI have ever been in my life.”n– Jonathan Orsini, published in Backstage

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*Voted Favorite Vocal Coach- 2009 Backstage Readers’ Choice Award*

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Thursdays 6:00-8:00PMnFee: $165/month (4 Classes)n*Starts January 6th*

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Fridays 10:00AM-NoonnFee: $165/month (4 Classes)n*Starts January 7th*

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Body Dynamicsn w/ Carol Reynolds

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Thursdays 6:30 – 10:00 p.m.

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*Starts January 13th*n January 13- March 31, 2011nFee (12-week session): $590 ($525 with Scene Study)

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“Carol clearly conveys her wealth of wisdom…in an amazingly accessible way that’s immediately applicable in one’s work and life. “n– Robert D.

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