Any creative who wishes to bring their vision to life on stage must know how to run a rehearsal. Rehearsal skills are the bread and butter of theatrical artistry, essential to successful creative work from directors, music directors, choreographers, and performers alike.
How successful are the notes you give? Is your feedback leading to the result you wanted? Are your collaborators understanding your ideas? At the end of rehearsal, has everyone moved closer to achieving a unified artistic vision? In this workshop led by Broadway Music Director, music supervisor and arranger Andrea Grody ’11, we will treat the rehearsal process itself as a masterclass and dive deep into the small moments that transform personal visions into fully realized productions, in which everyone feels they are working together to achieve a singular goal.
This workshop is the first in a series of four workshops on the music in music theater.
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See the full list of fall 2019 theater workshop offerings at arts.princeton.edu/thr-workshops