January 27, 2022
Major Tom to Ground Control
Our Weekly Recap, Resources & Recommendations for Actors, Directors & Creatives
"Find danger in your work!"
Thanks to those of you who joined us yesterday for the Saturday Workshop featuring Master Voice & Speech Coach, Paul D'Agostino!
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COLD READ AUDITION
Carolyn Kennedy and Emmitt Butler
TAMING OF THE SHREW
by William Shakespeare
by Christopher Durang
Rosemary Thomas and Kevin Copps
I NEVER SANG FOR MY FATHER
by Robert Anderson
Brad Thornton and Pippa Winslow
by William Shakespeare
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Here are the latest additions to your video library from our session on Saturday January 8th:
- Cold Read Exercise "E.R. - Hypothetically"
- "Little Foxes" by Lillian Hellman
- "Romeo & Juliet" by William Shakespeare
- "500 Days of Summer" by Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber
- "Hamlet's Advice to the Players" from "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare
- Paul D'Agostino's Voice & Speech Workout
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Music This Week
INTRO: "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" Meatloaf & Ellen Foley
OUTRO: "You're all I need to get by" by Aretha Franklin
Recommended This Week
In honor of Meat Loaf
LEAP OF FAITH
Fake faith healer Jonas Nightingale is stranded in a small town where he finds he can't fool all of the people all of the time.
Director: Richard Pearce
Writer: Janus Cercone
With Steve Martin, Debra Winger, Meat Loaf, Liam Neeson, Lukas Haas, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Lolita Davidovich
Available on: YouTube, Amazon Prime and Apple TV
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SEE YOU SATURDAY JAN 29TH!
New York Professional Actor Training comes to your home next Saturday!
Our international, intergalactic acting jam continues next weekend featuring Voice & Speech Expert - Patrick Mulryan!
Patrick Mulryan is an actor, director and teacher based in New York City. He is a Core Faculty member (Voice & Speech) at the Tom Todoroff Conservatory in New York City. He is also on faculty at Brooklyn College MFA Acting Program and LIU BFA Program with The New Group. Patrick has also been a frequent guest lecturer on Voice & Speech at Pace, SUNY Purchase and Fordham. He developed work with Tectonic Theater Project, TFANA, Fiasco, Lark, New Georges and at the O'Neill Center (NMTC).
As an actor, Patrick appeared in Fiasco Theater's acclaimed production of Into The Woods Off-Broadway at Roundabout Theatre in NYC (Lortel Award for Outstanding Revival) as well as the Menier Chocolate Factory in London and on the national tour (L.A. Drama Critics Award). Other performances include: Fiasco's Cymbeline (Barrow Street, TFANA); Bum Philips: All-American Opera (La MaMa); As You Like It (Happy Few Theatre Company, NYIT Award Nomination); Fiasco's Into The Woods (McCarter, Old Globe); Cabaret and Importance of Being Earnest (Trinity Rep); Chain of Fools (Guthrie). As a director, Patrick's productions have premiered throughout New York City and the Edinburgh Theatre Festival in Scotland.
Patrick received his MFA in Acting from Brown University/Trinity Rep and completed additional training at Moscow Art Theatre and The Guthrie. Patrick is a member of The Actors Center resident company, the National Alliance of Acting Teachers and Voice and Speech Teachers Association (VASTA).
Todoroff Technique Flashcard Set
These beautiful cards were created by NYC Studio Director, Mark Guerette. An excellent way to learn and swiftly and joyfully integrate all elements of the Todoroff Technique!