Business of Theater with Carol Roscoe at Freehold
Business of Theater will provide an overview of the practical aspects of seeking a career in the theater -- how to seek the work and how to get people to see the work once you get it. Topics covered will include developing a personal mission, strategic planning, resumes, agents, query letters, marketing and career development. This course is designed for actors who are ready to market themselves as actors and wish practical guidance on how to pursue the work. The principles covered directly relate to playwrights and directors as well and could be taken by any artist in the theater.
Freehold Theatre offers a 5% Early Bird Discount off of your full tuition if you pay at least the deposit before May 27. The discount is included in the prices below.
June 27 - August 8
Mondays 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Exceptions: No class July 4
2222 2nd Ave Suite #200
Seattle, WA 98121
Early Bird Full Course Deposit $ 75.00
Early Bird Full Course Fee $ 175.75
Early Bird Discount Deposit $ 75.00
Early Bird Discount Course $ 152.00To register or for more information: http://www.freeholdtheatre.org/summer-acting-classes-now-open-registration
or call us at (206) 323-7499
Carol Roscoe received her M.F.A in Classical Acting from the Shakespeare Theater and George Washington University. She holds a B.A. in English Literature with a focus on Renaissance Drama and Poetry from the University of Chicago. Carol has studied with Michael Howard in NYC and at The Actors Studio in Chicago. She has trained extensively in stage combat through the SAFD. As a member of the professional actors union, AEA, Carol has worked in theaters all over the country, in Seattle, Chicago, Tuscon, Pheonix, Washington, DC, and New York. Her work can be seen in the feature films Gamers: Dorkness Rising and The Dark Horse.
She has directed a variety of new, contemporary, and classical plays. Most recently she directed The Philadelphia Story at Cornish College of the Arts and Dead Man's Cell Phone at Arts West. Other credits include: End Days, Most Don't You Dare Love Me, The Vertical Hour, Retreat from Moscow, Stop Kiss, Halcyon Days, and Bug. She has served as the Associate Artist at Seattle Public Theater, Artistic Assistant at Seattle Shakespeare Company, a board member of Greenstage, and was a founding company member of Green Highway Theater (Chicago). Her original works include The Martini Bros. Holiday Showcase, Girl!, and an adaptation of Chicken Sunday for Book-It Repertory Theater's touring program. She teaches at Cornish College of the Arts and for various theaters around town.