Monthly Archives: October 2009

Brush Up Your Shakespeare (or Mamet)

I have been casually coaching actors for auditions for roles in regional and off-Broadway productions, graduate school auditions and commercial callbacks for the past few years, and now I’m making it (slightly more) official! Read the blurb below for details.

Lauren Keating (Al’s Business Cards, The Confidence Man) is available for audition coaching. Lauren has directed Off-Broadway and regionally. Her client was booked in a leading role at the Wilma in Philadelphia last season, and she has worked with actors at The Public Theater, Shakespeare in the Park, Classic Stage Company, The Flea and many more. Recently, her work has been called: dazzling genius, Gothamist; breathtaking, Time Out NY; beautifully simple and perfectly timed, The New York Times.

Prepare monologues for graduate school auditions. Be your most confident for commercial auditions. Analyze and hone sides for callbacks. Simply tune up those old monologues so that you’re ready to pull them out on a moment’s notice. Or, let me help you cook up a completely new monologue to get you to the next level at auditions.
Fee is $60/hour plus room fee. This is per session, not per individual. Split the session with a friend and split the cost!

FALL DISCOUNT! If you are a blog subscriber and book prior to December 15th, receive a 25% discount off the fee of your session.

For information on Lauren’s directing work or to contact her with any questions, please visit www.Lauren-Keating.com or email to keatlo@gmail.com

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Posted on October 23, 2009

West Coast Cruising

I spent the last week traveling on the West Coast (San Francisco, Oakland, Seattle and Orcas Island).
For a population of only 4,000 residents, Orcas has an incredible Theatre Center as well as an active community theatre. I was able to observe rehearsals for the impending Orcas Theatre Center production of GREAT EXPECTATIONS, a co-pro with Book-It Repertory Theatre from Seattle.
If by any chance you’re up in WA, check it out!

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Posted on October 8, 2009
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