Senior Intensive: Hair
Director: Benjamin Hanna
What is action? What are the causes you are willing to fight for? What are the injustices you are seeing today? Written as a vision of 1960s America with rock classics such as “Aquarius” and “Good Morning, Starshine” Hair is a timeless discussion of the politics of war, drugs, sex, race, and gender
Senior Intensive provides students with demanding material that seeks to challenge them as artists, educate them in a professional setting, and inspire them to be active voices in their community. It is designed for actors with a commitment to refining their craft and demonstrated positive work ethic. Please note this script contains strong language and adult themes, but no nudity. Performed on the Cargill Stage.
July 10-August 13
Full Day (10:00am-5:00pm for five weeks)
Financial Aid Available
August 11th and 12th at 7:00pm
August 12th and 13th at 3:00pm
Monday, April 24th from 5:00-8:00pm
- Students will audition individually and should dress to move
- The audition will include a group dance call.
- Students should be prepared to sing 32 bars of a song from a rock musical (not from Hair). Please bring sheet music prepared for the accompanist.
- Students should prepare a contemporary monologue 1-2 minutes in length. Students may be asked to read from sides.
Primary instructor: H. Adam Harris
This four-year program prepares young actors for college and professional theatre careers. Highlights include: intensive acting and musical theatre training with industry professionals, annual spring showcase, mainstage audition opportunities, mentorship from Peter Brosius and other CTC artists, college-audition preparation, and capstone project tailored to student’s strengths and learning goals.
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Annual Tuition: $2000 | Financial Aid Available
Includes: Fall and Winter Cohort Acting Class, one elective (to be taken fall, winter, spring, or summer), and the spring showcase
Class Days and Times:
For our Class of 2021 (students entering Grade 9 in Fall of 2017) will be held on May 23rd 5:00-6:00pm and a TBD date in September.
Students will be auditioning individually and in a group. Students should prepare and memorize a one-minute monologue from a play. Actors may be given direction and asked to perform their monologue several times.