SCHEDULE: Monday, February 19, 2018, 7—10 p.m.
LOCATION: Sidney Harman Hall, 610 F Street NW
REQUIREMENTS: Adults, ages 18 and older only
Tuition is non-refundable.
Uncover techniques to play the wit and biting humor of high comedy written by playwrights like Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward under the tutelage of Madeleine Potter, currently playing Gertrude in STC’s Hamlet.
Register for both this class and Madeleine Potters’s “Audition Master Class” to save $10.
NEW YORK: Broadway: An Ideal Husband (Gertrude, Lady Chiltern, dir. Peter Hall), The Master Builder (Hilde Wangel), A Little Hotel On The Side (Victoire), The Crucible (Abigail), Metamorphosis (Greta, dir. Stephen Berkoff), Coastal Disturbances (Holly), Slab Boys (Lucille), Plenty (Dorcas, dir. David Hare). Off-Broadway: Pygmalion (Eliza Doolittle), Abingdon Square (Marion, dir. Irene Fornes), Richard III (Lady Anne, NYTF), The Playboy of the Western World (Pegeen), Same Old Moon (Brenda), Philadelphia, Here I Come (Katie), Sea Marks (Timothea), Lydie Breeze (Gussie, dir. Louis Malle), Dead, a Love Story (Ruth Snyder, dir. Herbert Berghof), The Silver Fox (Joanna, dir. Herbert Berghof). REGIONAL: Ford’s Theatre: The Glass Menagerie (Amanda); Portland Playhouse: Hedda Gabler (Hedda Gabler); Williamstown Theatre: As You Like It (Rosalind). INTERNATIONAL: U.K.: Royal Court Theatre: The Kid Stays in the Picture (dir. Simon McBurney), 4:48 Psychosis (dir: James MacDonald); Edinburgh Festival: Tejas Verdes (one woman play); After Mrs. Rochester (Ella); Electra (Clytemnestra); All My Sons (Anne, dir. Howard Davies); Southwark Fair (Toni, dir. Nicholas Hytner); The Water’s Edge (Helen); The Internationalist (Irene); Madame Melville (Ruth); The Maidens Prayer (Cynthia); Shoot; Get Treasure; Repeat (Woman); Mother of Him (Brenda); An Ideal Husband(Lady Chiltern); The Plough and the Stars (Nora). FILM: The White Countess, The Golden Bowl, Slaves of New York, The Bostonians, Chosyu Five, Red Lights, Refuge, Muffin (short), Bloodhounds of Broadway, Two Evil Eyes, The Suicide Club, Hello Again. TELEVISION: Mr. Selfridge, Foyles War, Houdini, Holby City, Midsomer Murders, Dark Matters, Caught in the Act, The Girl in the Cafe, State of Play, The Whistleblower, Crime Story, The Equalizer, Svengali. AWARDS: Silver Peacock for Best Actress with Vanessa Redgrave (The Bostonians). TEACHING: British American Drama Academy (London, Oxford), Rose Bruford, Manchester School of Theatre, FSU study abroad program London.
* Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.