BROADWAY BOOTCAMP VIRTUAL EDITION
Winnipeg Studio Theatre’s StudioWorks Academy has joined forces with Prairie Fusion Arts & Entertainment to BEAT the FEBRUARY BLAHS!!
Join our 4 week BROADWAY BOOTCAMP and train with a roster of MUSICAL THEATRE guest professionals.
Led by Academy Director Brenda Gorlick, this intensive will offer skill building in acting, singing, dance and performance technique.
Each of the 2-hour sessions will cover a variety of songs, scenes and dances taught in a fun, fast-paced way and will be sure bring out the “triple threat” performer in you.
Limited space available – all sessions via Zoom
SPECIAL GUEST: Manitoba born Broadway star SAMANTHA HILL (Cosette in the original revival of Les Miserables and Christine in the 25th anniversary production of The Phantom of the Opera.)
To Register visit:https://www.prairiefusion.ca/dance-2/broadway-bootcamp
Dates: Feb. 4, 11, 18 & 25th
Time: Youth (ages 10-15) 5:15-7:15 pm
Senior/Adult (age 16+) 7:30-9:30 pm
Investment: $120.00 (8 hrs. of training)
Sessions will be via Zoom
From Theatre to Film with Jeremy Walmsley
February 17, 2022 – 5:45-7:15 pm/Youth (ages 10-17)
In this workshop, Jeremy looks to share his Acting experience with transitioning from Theatre to Film and how to move back and forth between both mediums. Participants will
be introduced to practical exercises and film acting techniques which will be test-driven in the workshops. As a seasoned performer on stage who has transitioned to
be a sought-after film actor, Jeremy can offer first-hand advice for the “best practices” of using your theatre skills on camera.
Acting for Camera with Markian Tarasiuk
February 17, 2022 – 7:30-9:00 pm/Adult (ages 18+)
Markian will be introducing you to the “do’s and don’ts” of live film auditions and self-tapes for television and film. All participants will have an opportunity to prepare sides (scenes) and participate in a mock audition online.
Fee: $30.00/individual session
Register by completing online Jotform winnipegstudiotheatre.com
Payment may be made by e-transfer to:
On September 25th, I had the great privilege of creating the 1/2 time show for the Bisons’ Home Opener at IG Field. Featuring Jeremy Koz and his band – Deep Dark Cave, a cast of over 100 performers breakdanced, tumbled and strutted their stuff for an enthusiastic crowd. Many thx to my partner in crime – Natalie Sluis, the Blue Bomber Cheer Squad, Monica Goermann’s Momentum gymnasts and my terrific squad of dance performers. And of course a BIG SHOUT-OUT to U of M’s Stacy Wyatt for giving me the opportunity to make it all happen!!
I’m extremely excited to be working as choreographer on Ace Entertainment’s production of Time Cut, the latest in our province’s successful run of horror flicks. My experience as “Flashmob Queen of Manitoba” scored me the role and the opportunity to work with 11 of Manitoba’s finest dancers. We’re all set to bring this scene to life in July!
Our StudioWorks Sr. Academy has been working diligently since September on the incredible Joe Iconis/Joe Tracz musical – Be More Chill. This project has truly been a labour of love. We have had to navigate a myriad of obstacles and life events which has brought our company of emerging artists even closer together. I am so proud of what we have accomplished thus far, not only with our production, but with the generous and loving spirits which have emerged en masse. Our hearts and spirits are still reeling at the loss of one of our dear cast members, Amélie Barreto-Labossière but we are ‘doing her proud” with the virtual production we are about to share with everyone on June 24th! Tickets now on sale at: www.winnipegstudiotheatre.com
I have just completed an 8-month mentorship program with the lovely and talented- Natalie Sluis. It has been a great honour to share my arts practice through the mentorship program offered by Creative Manitoba. Since October, my “mini-me” and I have met virtually, in person, or even in my backyard to create choreography, tackle theatre projects, write grants, plan for the future and ultimately serve as mutual support systems to each other. It has been quite a ride and is only the beginning. I see great things in Natalie’s professional future and applaud her hard work, energy, commitment and above all, passion for everything she does!!