Friday, December 17, 2004

TheatrePEI’s Voice Workshop: Bringing Songs to Life - Storytelling in Musical Theatre

At the centre of every song is a beating heart: a character, a mood, a desire, a story. As singers, we must move beyond the sound of our voices, our tensions, our anxieties, our egos to illuminate the truth in the lyrics and have fun!

This is a course for singers - beginner to advanced who wish to gain confidence, improve vocal technique and explore musical text in a deeper and more meaningful way.


Classes will involve:

    •  simple physical warm-ups

    •  stretching and relaxation exercises

    •  Alexander technique

    •  individual and group vocal instruction

    •  lyric analysis

    •  exploration of musical theatre composers, shows and styles

    •  musical theatre appreciation and history

Other realms of music may be touched on as well.

An accompanist will be provided so that songs may be presented in a safe, fun and supportive group setting.  You’ll have a chance to learn by doing and also by watching your classmates. Please prepare 2-4 songs and bring sheet music in your key to the first class. 

Additional songs may be assigned over the course of the program.  If you have any questions or need song suggestions, feel free to email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Instructor: Julain Molnar

Date: Tuesday evenings from January 18th to February 22nd inclusive, 7 to 9:30 pm

Location: Basilica Recreation Centre, 200 Richmond Street, Charlottetown

Workshop Fee: $100.00 for TheatrePEI members, $125.00 for non-members

Class size is limited; preregistration is recommended. Contact TheatrePEI for more information or to register at 894-3558 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Instructor Julain Molnar is an award-winning 22 year veteran of Musical Theatre. She has performed across Canada and in the United States and she is best known in Charlottetown for her six seasons at the Festival (Anne of Green Gables, Something Wonderful, Dracula, Legend of the Dumbbells, Emily, The Great Adventure, Pelagie, Not Wanted on the Voyage) and her many appearances at “Late Night at the Mack”. Other credits include; The Phantom of the Opera, Into the Woods, Ragtime- Livent, The House of Martin Guerre, Larry’s Party, Leslie Arden and Friends- Canstage, The Taming of the Shrew, Coriolanus, Camelot, The Mikado- the Stratford Festival. Julain is currently performing in Side By Side By Sondheim with the Canadian Stage Company. She completed the Vocal Performance program with Honours from Trinity College, London, England and has been teaching voice, improv and movement for 5 years, primarily in Toronto and Charlottetown.

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