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Corey Mach Master Class

October 29, 2016 2:30PM  to  October 29, 2016 5:30PM

Corey Mach Headshot Audition Master Class with Corey Mach | October 29 from 2:30-5:30 p.m. | Ages 10 & Up | $40 | Contact Jonathan Kronenberger to RSVP | Corey Mach Master Class Flyer

Broadway actor, Baldwin-Wallace grad, and Northeast Ohio native, Corey Mach returns Saturday, October 29 from 2:30–5:30 p.m. to host an audition master class for actors ages 10 & up.  The session includes:

  • A talk through of the college audition experience including structure, tips, and recommendations for schools.
  • A talk through of a professional auditions, including attire, resumes, headshots, and dancewear.
  • Tips on how to choose the best material when picking songs and monologues.
  • An audition coaching for each student of at least one piece,  selected from your prepared 32-bar cuts of your audition songs or from your audition monologues.

Sponsored by Theater Alliance of Beck Center (TABC), space is limited, so reserve your spot as soon as possible.  There is a participation fee of $40.00, payable either by cash or check made out to TABC. To reserve your place in the master class, contact associate director of Theater Education, Jonathan Kronenberger at or 216.521.2540 x27. (Please leave an email address if calling in your reservation.)

About Corey: Corey Mach made his Broadway debut in 2011 in the revival of Godspell, understudying the roles of Jesus and Judas. Most recently, he starred as Pvt. Robert E. Lee Prewitt in the North American premiere of the Tim Rice musical From Here to Eternity .   Further Broadway credits include the musical Hands on a Hardbody, which was nominated for three Tony Awards. Off-Broadway and Regional: Invisible Thread at Second Stage Theatre, Waitress at American Repertory Theatre.  National Tours: Flashdance the Musical, Wicked, Rent. Cleveland theatre: Pippin (Cain Park), Harold and Maude (Cain Park), I Love You Because (PlayhouseSquare), Joseph... (Beck Center). NYC readings and workshops include Disney's Newsies, Saturday Night Fever and The Circus in Winter, opposite Sutton Foster and Michael Park.  Baldwin-Wallace alum.

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