The Redhouse Arts Center

A New Three Theatre Complex at City Center

Interactive Teen Workshops

Virtual Interactive Teen Workshops

Redhouse’s Interactive Workshops are taught in our Zoom Classroom. Instructors interact with students in a participatory virtual course.

Thank You for Attending

Virtual Teen Monologue Class (Contemporary) with Hunter FosterSOLD OUT

When: Wednesday, April 22nd from 6pm-9pm
Who: Teens, ages 13-18
Cost: Free, with registration required. Donations accepted
Class Capacity: 10

Class will focus on audition preparation and etiquette with special emphasis on online auditions which are becoming more and more common. There will also be a Q&A portion of the evening with both Hunter Foster, Artistic Director, and Marguerite Mitchell, Director of Education.

Students are asked to bring a contemporary monologue of their choice to our Zoom Classroom. Monologues do not need to be memorized, but they should be prepared as if going into an audition. Monologues can be from a stage play, television show, or motion picture.

Virtual Teen Monologue Class (Shakespeare) with Vanessa Morosco

When: Friday, May 1st from 6pm-8pm
Who: Teens, ages 13-18
Cost: Free, with registration required. Donations accepted
Class Capacity: 10

Students will participate in a monologue class alongside Redhouse’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Director, Vanessa Morosco. Class will focus on Shakespeare’s language, monologue preparation, and etiquette with some focus on online auditions which are becoming more and more common.

**Students can bring a monologue of their choice or choose from this list of selected monologues to prepare for class. Monologues do not need to be memorized, but they should be be read through and/or prepped ahead of time.

**Zoom links will be sent to students prior to the start of class. If you do not receive a Zoom link email 3 hours prior to class, check your spam folder.

About Vanessa Morosco

Vanessa Morosco is a New York-based director, actor, and ethicist known particularly for her socially activated, intersectional approach to the classics.

As an actor, she has performed in over 25 productions at the American Shakespeare Center at the acclaimed Blackfriars Playhouse. Other theater credits include: Cleveland Play House, The Shakespeare Theatre of DC, Yale Repertory Theatre, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Folger Shakespeare Theatre, Tennessee Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Theatre of NJ, New York Classical Theatre.

Her work using the tools of interactive drama to design and deliver training programs on the issues of Unconscious Bias and Equity, Diversity & Inclusion are nationally and internationally known. Vanessa Morosco is a member of the AEA, SDC, Statera, and The League of Professional Theatre Women. She has an expertise in Original Shakespeare Practices, which she teaches all over the world (including the Globe Theatre in London and the Blackfriars Playhouse), and holds an M.A. in Ethics from Yale University.

Online Programming Safety and Security Policy

Keeping our Zoom Classrooms Safe and Secure

The comfortability and safety of our students, teachers, and parents is a top priority. Here are the steps for registration that also keep our classrooms secure:

– Registrations for class (even if they are free) is required. This way we are able to share a Zoom link privately and individually to each of our participants. *Please make sure upon registration that you are providing us with an active email address.

– The Zoom Link will be sent out to registrants 30 minutes before class time.

– Once you have clicked the link, participants will be placed in a “waiting room” and the instructor will allow each participant to “enter the room” at class time.

– If you have signed up for multiple classes, a new link will be shared for each separate class.

What You Can Do to Help

Please do not share the Zoom Link that is sent with others. If other classmates you know are having issues logging on, reach out to your instructor to help them gain access to class.