MASTER CLASS with Legendary Broadway, TV, & Motion picture Producer Don Gregory on “The Inside Story: Broadway, Film, & TV From the Inside Out.”
Class series based on Gregory’s career as an actor, director, agent, and perhaps most notably as a Broadway producer beginning with his most recent work a successful Broadway run last summer of Harvey starring Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons and including his smash hit productions of My Fair Lady starring Rex Harrison; Camelot with Richard Burton; Othello starring James Earl Jones and Christopher Plummer (Tony Award); Clarence Darrow starring Henry Fonda; The Belle of Amherst starring Julie Harris (Tony Award); and FDR starring Robert Vaughn to name a few.
And that’s just the beginning… add to that Peabody, Christopher, and Emmy-winning TV and Movie credits including features for HBO, NBC, PBS, and Hallmark plus Major National Tours for most of his stage productions plus La Cage aux Follies and it’s easy to see why this will be a truly memorable – real, relevant, and rare once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a few committed individuals to get up close and personal with one of the masters of the game.
Limited to 20 participants, this intimate format will be an unusual, unique opportunity to learn and experience the “craft” of acting, directing, and producing as presented from a variety of viewpoints. Learning will come through an inter-active process using Gregory’s knowledge and experience; video clips and illustrations from his work in all media; demonstrations, and critiques with participants.
A sampling of areas covered:
Putting together a show: Elements for success and differences with Stage, TV, and Motion Pictures.
Auditions: Who looks at What Actors, Director, Producer
A Producer’s perspective: Actors, Directors, Set Designing, etc.
Learning about the “rules”: representatives, unions, agents, talents & the all important-exceptions to the rule.
A 4-week series offered from 3-6pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning June 4th, 2013, in the Black Box Theatre at the Performing Arts Center at CHS in Coronado. Cost: $225 with a limited number of scholarships available. All proceeds benefit Coronado Cultural Arts Commission programs, services, and activities, and Coronado High School’s award winning Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA).
For more Information or an Application, please contact:
Heidi Wilson, Coronado Cultural Arts Commission, – EMAIL: CoronadoClassic@gmail.com
About Coronado Cultural Arts Commission (CCAC):
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission serves the Coronado community as a leading voice for the arts through program development, creative initiatives, and dynamic alliances. The CCAC serves and partners with local artists and cultural arts organization to further develop a vibrant and cohesive arts community, strengthen education, enhance cultural tourism & economic development, and enrich life.