with Aubrey Saverino
In this class, students will learn how to deconstruct monologues, how to rehearse them and how to get them ready for the audition room. You will identify and explore monologues that are best suited to showcase your specific strengths as an actor, and you will leave the class with two contrasting monologues that you will feel confident using in any audition. You will integrate text work, voice, and movement and explore ways to unlock the emotional and intellectual content inherent in good monologues, creating a direct relationship between actor and text.
January 27 – March 17, Wednesday (8 Classes)
Suggested Accompanying Class: A Director’s Perspective for Actors, How to Be Your Own Director, Acting I or II, Improv for Collaborating, Creating and Connecting, Acting in the Zoomiverse or Finding Your Light, Literally!
Aubrey Saverino is a professional AEA/SAG-AFTRA actor, teaching artist and director with an MFA from The Old Globe/USD and a BA from Occidental College. She has taught theater for over ten years at institutions around the country, including the Pasadena...read more
Before each class, students will be sent an email with a link to login and any class-specific instructions.
Generally, students are encouraged to have a notepad & a pencil for note-taking.
Students are checked-in by name via the class roster, so no additional ticket or receipt is required!
Refunds and Exchange Policy
Artists Rep does not offer refunds for purchased classes.
Exchanges can be made on a case-by-case basis.
If Artists Rep cancels a class, the class will either be rescheduled or refunded.
The Actors Conservatory @ ART will award partial-tuition grants for Studio Program classes to qualified applicants. Please complete this application for consideration.