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New York casting director to teach at Courthouse Center for the Arts
Carol Hanzel Casting Seminar Sat., Sept. 22
The three hour session, which begins at 2 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 22, will cover audition techniques for Broadway and off, commercials, television and film.
Special "observer only" tickets for anyone interested in breaking into showbiz are available by calling 401-782-1018; tickets are $25 per person and include a cookie and juice "reception" with the students and Carol after the session.
For more information on the audition seminar contact Kelly at:email@example.com
Carol Hanzel Casting (CHC) is a boutique-style full service casting office for Broadway, Off-B'way, Regional and International Theatre, Television, On-Camera & Voice-Over commercials and Film. In addition to hundreds of theatrical productions, CHC has served as a casting consultant for the prestigious NAMT Festival. Recent CHC projects include Broadway-optioned Wanda's World, Reel to Real (China and Edinburgh) directed by Tony nominee Lynne Taylor-Corbett, and the World Premieres of regional smash hits Cagney and Backwards In High Heels. Other career favorites include the multi-Tony nominated Swing! on Broadway and on tour, The Wonder Pets (TV), A Very Serious Person (feature film directed by Charles Busch) and My Vaudeville Man, Off-B'way. As a former Broadway performer herself, Carol knows the business from both sides of the table, and her unique perspective makes each cast special.
|Where||Courthouse Center for The Arts 3481 Kingstown Rd, West Kingston, RI 02892|
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More About Courthouse Center for The Arts
Located in the 1896 Washingston County Courthouse, the Courthouse Center for the Arts has been providing education and entertainment in a multitude of art forms since 1988. The former courthouse had been abandoned by the State of Rhode Island, until the founding members raised enough money to renovate the historic landmark. Since its opening, the Courthouse Center for the Arts has kept a busy schedule ranging from art galleries to live theatrical performances to concerts.