These tips should help you both locate and get involved with a theater workshop in your area.
If you are stuck or don’t know where to start then try these tips. They should help you find a workshop that will work the best for you!
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1) Find out where they’re located – if they don’t have an official website, you can try asking the people at the venue and/or around town.
2) Contact them via email or phone – and then make sure that you follow up with a visit!
3) If you have any interest in acting, or are just curious about being an extra or crew, talk to them about it! You don’t have to be a trained actor, it’s not about that.
4) If you don’t have time for/are unable to regularly attend the rehearsals (or have any other excuse), explain your situation and ask if there are other ways to get involved. The worst they can say is “no”. If you already have a job (or something) that prevents you from being there, they might suggest a smaller role where you don’t have to be there every night. 5) Attend the rehearsals!
6) Tell them when you can help. If you know for sure that you can’t make it, let them know as soon as you find out.
Or contact your local chapter of Theatre Communications Group (TCG) , which has its own website and maintains regular workshops in many cities.
Theater has a huge impact on society and the people in it. It helps us learn, connect and express our emotions. What better way to do that then by getting involved with your local theater!
It’s fun to get involved with new kinds of activities, people, and projects. So try some of these easy ways to get involved with your local theater workshop today.