Submitted by Orcas Center
Broadway professional Noah Racey, voice over artist Jason Yudoof and director Dick Scanlan will be in residency at Orcas Center in late March. Not only are they creating a brand-new work “Mountain Grove” to be performed on the Main Stage March 31-April 2, they are offering workshops.
Song Interpretation with Noah Racey – Tuesday, March 21; 5:30-7:30pm
Work on your favorite song with Broadway performer Noah Racey and accompanist Ross Patterson. Enrich your personal connection to the songs you sing, cultivate a fuller understanding of how you approach your interpretation, and identify and utilize skills to help you create a journey through your piece that is uniquely yours.
Voice Acting/Voice Over with Jason Yudoff – Wednesday, March 22; 5:30-7:30pm
Get tips and feedback from Jason Yudoff, a NY-based artist with 25 years’ experience in the recording booth, on how to read scripts with authenticity, understand delivery and emotional storytelling, as well as identifying different genres and where your voiceover style fits. Come record spots and listen to fellow artists refine their skills. Bring your own material for feedback and instruction or pick some new copy and brush up on your cold reading skills.
Directing with Dick Scanlan – Thursday, March 23 5:30-7:30pm
Dick Scanlan is a writer/director who’s worked on Broadway and around the world, including the book and lyrics to the Tony Award winning musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie. This workshop will help you gain insight into understanding characters, working with actors, choosing projects and other aspects of the process.
Registration fee is $100 for each workshop and participant size is limited to six. If you want to view the process without participating, get an audience ticket for $15. Register at www.OrcasCenter.org or 360-376-2281 x100.