Theatre Roundtable is committed to education and developing talent in our community.  Annual workshops are held that allow participants to hone their skills, learn from experts, and network with other performers/producers/directors.

2014 Theatre Workshops

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Featuring NYC Casting Director  Michael Cassara


Date: 4/12/14

When: 9AM-3PM

Where: King Avenue United Methodist Church

299 King Avenue

Columbus, OH 43201

Cost: $25 – Non-Members 

$15– Students & TR Members

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8:30AM – 9:00AM – Coffee and Registration

9AM– 10:25AMActing Audition Techniques – AEA Actor Steve Black 

Professional actor, director and educator Steve Black helps you uncover audition techniques that will build skills and instill greater independence and artistry.

9AM– 10:25AMMusical Theatre Dance Techniques – Dionysia Williams 

Professional Actor, Choreographer and BalletMet faculty member Dionysia Williams will teach/review fundamental dance training techniques for the two styles most traditionally associated with musical theatre: tap and jazz.


10:30AM – 12:00PMdo’s and don’ts – Michael Cassara

10:30AM – 12:00PMStage Combat 101 – Jason Speicher

Fight Director and Artistic Director of Patient Zero Theatre, Jason Speicher walks and talks you through the do’s and don’ts of  unarmed stage combat


***12PM-1PM –  Lunch Discussion – Michael CassaraThe Business of the Business***


1PM– 2:30PMMusical Theatre Master Class – Matt Clemens

Broadway veteran Matt Clemens will help you prepare an effective musical audition — selecting the right piece, honoring the etiquette, and delivering a memorable performance.

1PM– 2:30PMHow to Get an Agent – Michael Cassara 


 ***Space is limited to 100 participants. Register early to reserve a space***


Our Mission

Theatre Roundtable is committed to the belief that knowledge of, and participation in, the theatre arts is central to human existence. The Roundtable shall act as a lobbyist, promote cooperation among local theatre, encourage the development of theatre-in-education, foster theatrical diversity, work to expand the general theatre-going population, and endorse the development of professional standards.

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