The Western Stage
Announces Third Annual High School
What’s your type? No, it’s not a bad pick-up line……Come join The Western Stage for the third annual High
School Theatre Conference, OnStge, and find
out what you can/cannot do about your “type” in terms of casting. Monterey County High School Theatre students
have the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions that explore acting,
stage combat, costume design, stage carpentry, and more! The conference will
take place on Saturday, February 24. Fee
for registration and Conference materials:
$25/HS Students ($30/Adults). Call
755-6987 for more information and registration forms. (88 Word PSA)
What’s Your Type?
not a bad pick-up line…
the issue is of one's natural essence vs.
important in terms of casting, and so many actors think
I CAN PLAY A VICTIM/HERO/SOCCER MOM/HOMELESS DAD/etc."
course, being able to play the part has little to do
with being considered
for the part.
us for our Third Annual Theater Conference
what you can/cannot do about your “type” and how to use that knowledge to your
Saturday, February 24, 2007
Feedback on Your:
Audition Monologues ,
Unarmed Stage Combat
Props: Make them your friends
Cold Readings: Tricks of the Trade
Acting a Song
Moving Naturally On Stage
Keynote Speaker: Deb Hiett
from Atlanta, Deb moved to L.A. after years of living in New York City, where she performed in such diverse
Off-Broadway shows as “Henry V,” “Crimes of the Heart,” “Whisky Down,” and the
European tour of “West Side Story.” Since moving to L.A., Deb has appeared on “Desperate
Housewives,” “Boston Legal,” “Passions,” and HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher.”
Her one-woman show, “Tattoo Expo and Accordion Show” premiered at L.A.’s Second City theater, as well as "Deb and Rick
on a Stick" which she co-wrote with Richard Kuhlman. She provided
character voices for the award-winning “Blue’s Birthday Adventure” CD-ROM, has
had several short stories published, and recently won first place in Carmel's
Carl Cherry Center for the Arts Monologue Competition.
During three seasons as a resident company
member of The Western Stage in California, Deb performed in “All in the
Timing,” “Holiday,” “Little Shop of Horrors,” and “The Pajama Game.” She
choreographed and co-directed “How to Eat Like A
Child” and “The Garbage Cantata” for The Western Stage’s Young Company.
is a part of The Western Stage’s SpringFest Program.
registration and Conference Materials, Continental Breakfast, and Lunch: $25/HS students ($30/adults) For forms and additional workshop information, please
call Melissa Chin Parker: 831.755.6987