Opportunities for Teachers:

Green Room Series:

Tough Times: A Conversation on Supporting Ourselves and Our Students - Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 7:00PM

**RESCHEDULED!!**

Times are tough indeed. Join the METG for a conversation on supporting ourselves and our students as we cope with the loss of our classrooms, our theatrical spaces, and our ability to connect to one another through the arts.

Lead by Patricia Lonergan, LMHC. Patricia is a school adjustment counselor, maintains a private practice specializing in counseling young people, and is a veteran METG adjudicator. Patti has decades of experience inside theaters, both on and off stage, as an actor, director, and educator.

REGISTER HERE!


Opportunities for Students:

METG College Audition Prep Panel

We are pleased to introduce our newest program offering: the METG College Audition Prep Program. Sponsored by the High School Division, this program is designed to provide our students with resources, guidance, and best practices for preparing and submitting college auditions and/or portfolio reviews. Join us for a series of panel discussions & interactive workshops beginning this month. These panels are open to any High School student who would like to attend.

Panel One: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 7:30PM

Join Recent METG Alumni Theater Program Graduates as they share with you their college audition process, best practices for preparing for your audition, what their college theater program was like, what they’ve been up to since graduation, and things they wish they had known before they auditioned! This session will run approximately 60 minutes.

Panel Two: Monday, November 2nd 7:30PM

Join College Theatre Program Coordinators as they walk you through the college audition and portfolio review process. Learn best practices for being the best you on your upcoming auditions and interviews before you head out on the college journey. This interactive panel discussion is an opportunity to ask questions about the process, and college theatre programs in general.

This panel will feature:

  • McCaela Donovan, Assistant Director, School of Theatre, Boston University
  • Samantha Richert, Assistant Teaching Professor, Northeastern University
  • Peter Sampieri, Associate Professor, Dept. of Theatre and Speech, Salem State University
  • Catherine Weidner, Chair, Department of Theatre Arts, Ithaca College
  • Eric Weiss, Director of Programming, Dept. of Performing Arts, Emerson College

Panel Three: Monday, November 9, 2020 7:30PM

Join METG Alumni who are Current Theater Program Students as they share with you their college audition process, best practices for preparing for your audition, what their current theater program is like - including benefits and challenges, and things they wish they had known before they auditioned! This session will run approximately 60 minutes.

You can REGISTER HERE for one or all of these panels.

If you have any questions or need additional info, please email metg@metg.org.


Middle School Student Workshop Day:

Saturday, November 7th from 10AM - 1PM on Zoom!

Please join us for our annual Middle School Student Workshop Day on Saturday, November 7th. We are moving this year's workshop entirely online through Zoom! Workshop day runs from 10 AM to 1 PM.

There will be social activities in between workshops to introduce participants to other "theater kids" from around the state and build those connections and communities.

All participants will get to try three interactive and exciting workshops and explore new ways to create theater where they are, with what they have around them.

Workshops will include:

Performance Techniques for Monologues and Songs
We will focus on preparing for auditions and contests (like the upcoming METG Performance Contests later this year!)

Set & Costume Design and Concept Presentation
Use the materials you have around you! Skills you develop and ideas generated here can also be applied to METG Design Contest Entries!

Special Workshop with Skylar Fox (METG MS Division Alumnus) on Magic in Theater/Staging Impossible Moments SKYLAR FOX is a director, playwright, choreographer, designer, and multi-disciplinary theater maker based in Brooklyn. He cares about making wildly theatrical plays and musicals that push the boundaries of what theater can do to tell demandingly vulnerable stories powerfully. He is the Illusions & Magic Associate for Harry Potter & the Cursed Child on Broadway and internationally, and assistant directed the original production of Moulin Rouge!

REGISTER HERE!

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