We’re back at it again, inviting you to join us for another exciting week of Opening Act for All events – including the launch of our new series, “Ask an Artist,” featuring actor and director Geoffrey Arend! Check out our lineup for the days ahead …
HOW TO AUDITION FOR COLLEGE ACTING PROGRAMS
- Wednesday at 2pm ET (TODAY!) – Watch on YOUTUBE!
- For high school students and aspiring artists!
Are you or any young people in your life thinking about applying to a college acting program? Learn where to start and what to expect from Opening Act alum and recent SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY grad, Brittany Adebumola (GRAND ARMY)!
HI NOON IMPROV
- Thursday at 12pm ET – Register HERE!
- For everyone, everywhere!
Are you looking for a brave space to learn improv? Are you an improviser missing the stage since COVID-19? Are you simply wanting to connect and laugh with others? Hi Noon Improv has what you need! Join actor, comedian, and Opening Act alum Jeremiah Thompson (along with special guests!) for this weekly, 30-minute workshop open to anyone, anywhere!
FREESTYLE FRIDAY – ASK AN ARTIST
- Friday at 4pm ET – Join via FACEBOOK LIVE or YOUTUBE!
- For aspiring actors and TV fans!
#FreeStyleFriday kicks off the first installment of our “Ask an Artist” series with a Q&A between Geoffrey Arend (GOLIATH, MADAM SECRETARY) and Brittany Adebumola (OA Alum, GRAND ARMY). Brittany will interview Geoffrey about his journey from a NYC public school student to star of stage and screen! Join this live event and be ready with a question to Ask an Artist!
We learned SO MUCH about college theater programs during last week’s special edition of #FreeStyleFriday: IN COLLEGE – ON STAGE. Click HERE to rewatch this incredible resource, and please share with anyone and everyone in your network who is considering studying theater in college!
Thank you once again to our incredible community near and far for showing up, spreading the word, and helping to ensure that as many people as possible have access to Opening Act for All!
Onwards and upwards!
Your Friends at Opening Act