Class dates and times:

Thursday November 3 from 6 pm to 10 pm

Friday November 4 from 6 pm to 10 pm.

Saturday November 5 from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Tuesday November 8 from 6 pm to 10 pm

Thursday November 10 from 6 pm to 10 pm

19 hours of instruction and rehearsal over 1 week.

 

Performance dates: 

Friday November 11 at 7 pm

Saturday November 12 at 7 pm


How do you perform a brilliant monologue? What are the key ingredients to winning an audition? What are the elements to create the PERFECT MONOLOGUE?

THE PERFECT MONOLOGUE will give you the skills to create captivating and compelling monologues and give you the opportunity to perform 2 monologues in MEN by Ken Wolf at Manhattan Repertory Theatre on Friday November 11 and Saturday November 12 at 7 pm. In this class, you will learn the best practices to perform monologues and get skills and insights to audition and win the role.

Topics covered:
How to present yourself and perform a great audition monologue.
How to create the "Monologue Context."
How to get rid of "Stage Fright." 

Simple techniques to access real emotion.
and techniques to create focus and clarity.
How to really have FUN doing your monologue and more!

This class, which will be taught on the Manhattan Repertory Theatre stage is taught by Manhattan Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Ken Wolf. 

All classes are held at Manhattan Repertory Theatre's NEW theatre space at,
17-19 West 45th St Suite #301. (between 5th and 6th Aves.)

Class Fee: $199.00

To register, Click Here!


Registration is on a paid first-come first-served basis. 

Space is very limited.

Deadline for Registration is Wednesday November 2 unless we fill up sooner. 

 

Ken Wolf is the Artistic Director of Manhattan Rep and the author of over 20 plays. He has also directed over 50 productions including The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Three Sisters, Tales of Terror, Men, The Match Game and Ghost.  

As Artistic Director at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, he has produced over 1000 full length plays and almost 2000 short pieces.

As an actor, he has portrayed such roles as Mozart in Amadeus, Vershinin in The Three Sisters, and Biff in The Death of a Salesman.  

His One Man play The People in my Hips was hailed by Martin Denton of nytheatre.com as being “unlike any theatre piece I have ever seen.” And Lise Avery of Anything Goes!! Internationally Syndicated Radio said “THE PEOPLE IN MY HIPS is one of the most extraordinary pieces of theatre I have seen on or Off-Broadway in years. Mr. Wolf’s script is nearly flawless in its eloquence and is one of those rare pieces of work that reminds us of our common humanity. Mr. Wolf’s one-man performance is exquisite, inspiring, courageous and beautifully constructed.” Recently, he received rave reviews with the amazing 7lb Morkie Roma Pierro-Wolf, in his play DAD AND THE DOG, New York City’s first One Man One Dog show.  He is a passionate teacher and creative artist.

He lives with the incredible Jennifer Pierro and the adorable Roma Pierro-Wolf in Manhattan.