Put your Classical Monologue to work before your audition. Master Teaching Artist George Grant will hone your monologue piece to meet the vibrant DC classical market.
Monday June 26
6:30pm - 9:00pm
4450 Wisconsin Ave NW
If you'd like to just come and observe you are welcome; please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
George Grant made his professional theatre debut in 1979 at The Goodman Theatre in "An Enemy of the People" directed by Gregory Mosher. Locally he has appeared at The Shakespeare Theatre Company (with Patrick Stewart), Washington Shakespeare Company, Catalyst Theater Company, and many others. His directing credits include the wildly successful "Am I Black Enough Yet?," originally mounted in 2008 and remounted in 2009, for Charter Theatre Company, "Bulletins from Fatland" for Horizons Theatre Company, his own adaptation of "Antigone" for Actor’s Repertory Theatre at The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, "Leader of the Pack" for Totem Pole Playhouse in Fayetteville, PA, and "Julius Caesar" at The Groundlings at StageNorth in Washburn WI, among many others. He has been a Visiting Professor at Howard
University and Lawrence University and been a faculty member at The National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts and Theatre Lab School of Dramatic Arts, as well as a Teaching Artist for The Shakespeare Theatre Company and The Folger Theatre Company.