Next class: Robert R. Blume, Manager

Get insight from Manager Robert R. Blume with Step Forward Entertainment on how you fit into this industry. With experience in theater, TV, and Film, and as the executive producer for many years of the Drama Desk Awards, Robert knows the business from many sides. Get feedback on your audition package, and ask questions such as when do I need a manager? What's the difference between a manager and an agent? Robert has answers. 

7-10pm Monday May 21st

Molloy/CAP 21 Studios

50 Broadway, 4th Floor

(near most every train: 1, 2/3, 4/5, N/R/W, J/Z, A/C)

From Studio to Stage

A performance class series for Broadway singers

Is the singer you hear in the rehearsal studio not always the singer that the auditioners or audience hear?   FROM STUDIO TO STAGE is a series of performance classes designed to bridge the gap between practice and performance.

Insight from Industry

Unique in its format, each FROM STUDIO TO STAGE class features two industry professionals: vocal technician Natalie Wilson and a guest coach from "the other side of the table": a manager, agent, director, or casting director who knows what gets people hired.

What do I get?

Each 3-hour class is limited to just 9 singers, so each singer gets 15-20 minutes of individual coaching on audition or performance repertoire from both a vocal technique angle and presentation angle, in a supportive atmosphere in front of an audience.  

Auditors get to observe what it looks like when other people audition, and gain valuable insight into what people behind the table see.

What does it cost?

Singer slots are $95. Auditor slots are $25. 

How do I sign up?

For singer slots, email to confirm availability. (Singer slots require a $45 deposit to hold). 

To sign up as an auditor, pay here.

More questions?