ACTING THROUGH SONG
with Tony Winner Randy Graff
This class addresses everything you need to know for your musical theater audition. From picking the perfect song/cut , to what do I do with my hands and where do I look when I sing! I will help you find material in each musical genre and our amazing accompanist, Eric T. Johnson, will help you find the perfect cut. From full song to 32 bars, to 16 bars, and even 8 bars. Yes, sometimes all you get is eight bars and I want you to be prepared! My approach to song interpretation is rooted in Meisner Technique. I also offer other techniques to help you get inside the song. Come play with us, won't you? Singing is good for your soul!
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DATES FOR MAY SESSION FORTHCOMING!
TUESDAYS 2 - 5PM
4 Week Sessions
$80 for single class
$300 for 4 consecutive classes
Limited to 11 Students
Randy Graff won the Tony and Drama Desk Award for her performance in “City of Angels.” Her other Broadway credits include: “Mr. Saturday Night,” opposite Billy Crystal, “Fiddler On The Roof” (2004 revival/Drama League Nomination) opposite Alfred Molina, “A Class Act” (Tony, Drama Desk Nominations), “Moon Over Buffalo” with Carol Burnett, Neil Simon’s “Laughter On The 23rd Floor” with Nathan Lane, “High Society,” “Falsettos,” and the original Fantine in“Les Misérables.” She won the Lucille Lortel Award for her work in Richard Greenberg’s “The Babylon Line” for LCT and was a Drama League Nominee for Paula Vogel’s ‘The Long Christmas Ride Home,” at the Vineyard Theatre. Randy has served on the musical theatre faculties at NYU and Manhattan School of Music. She is trained in Meisner technique and uses it in the root of her teaching “Acting Through Song.”