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WHO'S MY MUSIC DIRECTOR?


It’s back!! Who’s My Music Director 2.0 is here! Featuring fIVE new music directors helping you discover your best audition!

This series will feature: WILL VAN DYKE, JULIE MCBride, Andrea Grody, Meg Zervoulis and Chris Fenwick

**CLASS COMPLETE** November 27th (2:00PM-5:00PM)
Julie McBride - head over heels (conductor); spongebob squarepants (music director); amazing grace (associate conductor)

**CLASS COMPLETE** November 28th (12:00PM-3:00PM)
andrea grody - the band’s visit (Music Supervisor); tootsie (music supervisor)

DECEMBER 4th (3:00PM-6:00PM)
MEG ZERVOULIS - THE PROM (Music Director); Mean Girls (Associate Conductor)

december 17th (6:30PM-9:30PM)
CHRIS FENWICK - once on this island (music supervisor); sunday in the park with george (music director); rocky (music director); the addams family (Associate Conductor); Grease (Associate COnductor); The Pajama Game (Associate Conductor)

DECEMBER 20th (2:00PM-5:00PM)
will van dyke - pretty woman (music supervisor); kinky boots (Music director)

LOCATION: Midtown Manhattan Studio (TBD)

$59/CLASS
EMAIL CONTACT@SAVEMYAUDITION.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SIGN UP FOR ANY INDIVIDUAL CLASS REMAINING

Class description:

Come work with some of the best Music Director’s currently in the business. Work on your audition songs from a musical standpoint. There aren’t words for the amount of musical knowledge being offered in this series, do not miss out working with these people! Seriously… Don’t miss out.

Work in a relaxed stress-free environment the promotes open discussion and

Please bring your audition book with at least 1 audition cut ready to work on. Also bring a headshot/resume. (see Class Policy)

Classes are limited to 12 students


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AUDITION MASTERCLASS | RACHEL HOFFMAN, CSA


ONE DAY MUSIC THEATRE AUDITION MASTERCLASS
DECEMBER 20, 2018 | 10:30AM - 1:30PM

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN REHEARSAL STUDIO
$10
CLass Size: 50 Students

Rachel Hoffman is back!!! We’re very excited to welcome Rachel Hoffman back to the Save My Audition classroom. Rachel will be leading a 3 hour Masterclass in Music Theatre Audition Technique on December 20th. Class will consist of a Q&A as well as giving 8-10 students selected at random a chance to get up and work in front of the class with Rachel on 1 audition cut from their book. Come watch, listen, learn and ask questions from one of the best in the business.

If you are interested in working with Rachel you will need to submit a self-tape (doesn’t need to be fancy) to Contact@SaveMyAudition.com by December 13th. Students selected to work with Rachel will be selected randomly based on their song/song genre so we have a nice mixture of different styles and voice types for Rachel to work with and for you to learn from. Students who have taken class with Save My Audition in the past will gain an extra entry for the random drawing. It’s all very scientific.

All students are encouraged to bring their book, if we have extra time Rachel will work with as many students as possible.

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to work with Rachel Hoffman, she really is one of the best in the business.

(see Class Policy)

The class fee once paid will not be eligible for a refund if you cannot attend class. The fee will help to cover administrative costs for the class, Save My Audition will keep a small portion of the fee and the remainder will be donated to the WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN charity. Come learn from one of the best for an unbeatable price and help the world at the same time. It’s a win win.

Please bring your audition book and any questions you’ve always wanted to ask a Casting Director.

About RACHEL:
Rachel Hoffman, CSA, has worked in casting since 1999.  Previous projects include: Broadway/Touring productions of Beetlejuice, Frozen, Escape from Margaritaville, Come From Away, An American In Paris, Hands on a Hardbody, Bring It On, First Date, Memphis, The Sound of Music, Spider-Man, Rock of Ages, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, The Boy From Oz. Regional/Off-Broadway productions include: Found (Atlantic Theater Company), Brigadoon (Goodman Theatre), A Little More Alive (KC Rep), Guys & Dolls (Carnegie Hall), The Great American Mousical (directed by Julie Andrews at the Goodspeed Opera House), Bat Boy: the Musical (Off Broadway production), Altar Boyz, and Godspell (2000 Off-Broadway Revival). Regionally, she has worked for La Jolla Playhouse, The Goodman Theatre, Seattle Rep, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, The Ford’s Theatre, and the Paper Mill Playhouse.