1-603.456.3294 33 North Road, Warner, NH 03278 Register for Classes
Jonmichael Headshot

Jonmichael Tarleton Two Day Master Class: Auditioning For Musical Theater

 

Jonmichael Tarleton

Two Day Master Class: Auditioning For Musical Theater

Friday January 18th 6:00-9:00pm Saturday January 19th 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Ages 13 – adult. $100- Limited 15 Spots

KCPA Studio 33 North Road, Warner, NH

Jonmichael Tarleton is an actor, director, and producer. He has worked with directors such as Luis Salgado, Joe Barros, Paul Stancato, Aaron Salazar, Sam DiRosa, et al. Recently, he has been working as a recording session assistant under the Grammy Award nominated producer Robert Sher. This work includes the cast albums for the Off-Broadway smash hit Desparate Measures, ART’s Kansas City Choir Boy featuring Courtney Love, and The National Jewish Theater’s Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish directed by Joel Grey. He has performed at regional theaters all over the united states. In New York City, he’s had the pleasure of performing at venues such as Feinstein’s/54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama, the historic Off-Broadway house Theater 80 at St. Marks, et al. Some of his favorite credits as an actor include Father (Ragtime), Gabriel John Utterson (Jekyll & Hyde), The Professor (South Pacific), Beadle Bamford (Sweeney Todd), and Andy Hobart (Star Spangled Girl).

  • Details: Prepare two contrasting 16 bar (30 second) cuts of musical theater.
  • Bring sheet music in the correct key for a live accompanist.
  • Bring your headshot and resume.
  • Come prepared for a dance/movement audition taught by Jorgie Ingram.

Read about our other workshop instructors:

Vincant “Mr. Cheti” Davis Mr. Cheti comes to us from our long lineage of students.  He first joined Miss Angela and Mr. Kevin at the age of 4 in Fort Worth, Texas.  He began his studies and was cast in his first production at age 5.  Professionally he has had the opportunity to perform as well as study with the best in the industry.  He shares our passion to allow anyone who has the desire to learn an opportunity to do so!  He has danced professionally with Ballet Concerto, the now known company The Texas Ballet Company, The Houston Ballet as well as guest spots with some of the worlds leading companies.  He is also accomplished in vocal performance and live theater as well.  He has performed both nationally and internationally in musical and non musical theater productions and it is an honor to have him join KCPA.  He has recently been nominated in the 17th Annual New Hampshire Theatre Awards for Best Actor in a Community Theatre Production of a Musical for his role as Daddy Warbucks!

Jorgie Ingram is currently pursuing her BFA in Dance at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA on partial merit scholarship as a distinguished artist/scholar. Jorgie started her dance training at three years old at The Dance Depot, later joining the Kearsarge Conservatory of the Performing Arts as a student for eleven years, the captain of the Senior Performance Company, and later became a certified dance instructor where she regularly taught ballet, tap, jazz, acro, and hip-hop. Jorgie attended the Nutmeg Conservatory’s Pre-Professional International Summer Intensive in 2014, received a full tuition and room-and-board scholarship to attend the Joffrey Ballet School’s Contemporary Ballet Intensive in NYC as well as a partial scholarship to attend the New England Summer Dance Intensive at Dean College in the summer of 2016. Jorgie also received a partial Director’s Scholarship to attend Urbanity Contemporary Dance Company’s summer intensive where she also performed at the 2017 Boston Contemporary Dance Festival. This past summer, Jorgie interned at the Southern Vermont Dance Festival where her choreography, “Questions in 1000 Words” was also presented. Jorgie has a deep passion to learn and grow as an artist, creator, and person, and wishes to share that through her work.

Tim Goss has lived in New Hampshire his entire life. He studied Music Performance at Keene State College and graduated in 2015. He has been playing the piano for longer than many can remember, and also enjoys playing the flute, the ocarina, an occasional guitar or trombone, but never the violin. Touchingly obsessed with musicals, he has accompanied and musical directed dozens of shows in New Hampshire, New York, and Massachusetts. He will be performing in the upcoming New York Theater Festival in March. Credits include: The Producers (Peterborough Players), Annie (Seacoast Rep), 1940s Radio Christmas Carol (Bedford Off-Broadway), James and the Giant Peach (Pine Street Players).