“Here’s an opportunity to work with one of the great artists of our time!” – Terry Schreiber
The legendary singer/actress, Betty Buckley, is returning to T. Schreiber for her eagerly awaited SONG INTERPRETATION & MONOLOGUE MASTER CLASS. Open to both actors and singers who want to learn the skills used by a performer synonymous with Broadway. Ms. Buckley shares her expertise and guides actors and singers through a methodology that facilitates audience connection through songs and monologues. Her emotional connection to songs and audiences is renowned, and that very connection is at the heart of what Ms. Buckley imparts to her students.
A teacher for over 40 years, Betty Buckley’s workshop is a must for performers who want to perfect their ability to effectively communicate in their performance, their work and their relationships. The workshop also welcomes observers who participate in all aspects of the class except the individual coaching by Ms. Buckley.
Betty Buckley is one of a small handful of performers synonymous with Broadway Through her dazzling work in such musicals as Cats, Sunset Boulevard’ 1776, Song & Dance, The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Pippin, it is evident she possesses one of the finest, and perhaps the most unique, instruments in the musical theatre
And it is a voice that has been stopping the hearts of concert and theatre goers for years. “Buckley has a real Broadway voice,” New York Daily News critic Howard Kissel elaborates, “which has, in recent years, become oddly a rare commodity. A Broadway voice has a penetrating quality that belongs to the theatre and projects the energy of the city itself.” Stephen Holden of The New York Times says “Ms. Buckley has never been in better voice…[Her] show is a witty, powerfully sung female occupation of male territory, waged with good humor and gusto.” “There’s an unbridled joy in listening to her tackle completely new additions to her repertoire… Her finest outing ever,” raves Brian Scott Lipton, Theatremania.com. And then Andrew Gans, Playbill.com joins in, “Buckley proved that she would be equally adept at playing just about every major male role in the musical theatre.” “Like entering a Rolls Royce, taking your seat in Feinstein’s at Loews Regency to see a headliner, is your start of an unparalleled ride. Betty Buckley is that kind of experience,” adds Stephen Sorokoff, BroadwayWorld.com