Servant Stage Company’s Monday Night Theatre Class- AUDITIONS: COLD READINGS with Chris Faith
April 3 @ 7:15 pm - 8:45 pmPay-What-You-Will
Want to learn how to warm up your ‘Cold Read’ audition? Come find out how to give a compelling audition when you’ve only had moments to become familiar with your part! Learn a process for approaching the material and the right questions to ask yourself and the director. All classes are Pay-What-You-Will and donations help support Servant Stage’s YOUTH THEATRE program! Servant Stage offers weekly in-person, drop-in classes for all ages! Classes include dance, acting, improv, and more, with a variety of instructors. Location: Lancaster County Christian School, 2390 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601. Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is encouraged!
Register here: https://servantstage.org/monday-night-classes/2023/4/3
Monday, April 3
7:15-8:45pm – Auditions: Cold Readings for 12+
Instructor: Chris Faith is thrilled and honored to be collaborating with Servant Stage! He is a former Equity actor who has performed Off-Broadway (THE SECRET GARDEN). Other credits include leading and supporting roles for The Wilma Theatre, Arden Theatre Company and the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival in Philadelphia. Favorite roles include Huck Finn in BIG RIVER (Tulane Summer Lyric Theatre), the Fool in KING LEAR (PSF), and Gaza in SAMSON (Sight & Sound Theatres). Most memorable stage moments include performing opposite Linda Eder in THE SEDUCTION OF SHEILA VALENTINE and performing for Sheldon Harnick (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF), Galt MacDermot (HAIR), and Martin Charnin (ANNIE) at a musical theater symposium. Chris holds an MFA in Acting from Brandeis University and currently serves as the Casting Director for Sight & Sound Theatres, as well as an instructor for Improv and Voice & Speech for the Sight & Sound Conservatory. He is a former Professor of Acting for the Boston Conservatory and former Adjunct Professor of Musical Theatre for Temple University. “Thank you to Wally and Servant Stage for this marvelous opportunity!”