Classes and Workshops

Join us on March 25th 2021 7pm-10pm for a special one night monologue workshop with Sara Laursen, Executive Director of The Drama Company NYC. Location will be emailed upon registration.

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Is your audition monologue a little rusty? Has it been sitting on the shelf during lock down? This small group, live in person COVID SAFE class, is the perfect place to dust it off! The class will begin with a Q & A. Sara Laursen will then give individual coaching and direction on the monologue of your choice. Everyone will be able to perform and observe. Space is extremely limited so don't delay!

 

**This class will be live and in person. All partcipants and instructor will be required to adhere to strict COVID SAFETY guideines put in place by both the rehearsal studio, and The Drama Company NYC.**

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About Sara Laursen

Sara Laursen is a director, producer, casting director and performer. As executive director of The Drama Company NYC, she co-produces all productions, directs and oversees casting. She most recently directed the company's latest hit, Almost, Maine

Pre-pandemic, Sara led a monologue contest for The Drama Company NYC to showcase new and upcoming talent with a panel of judges, comprised of casting directors, agents and managers.

 

Notable theater credits include This Ones For The Girls at Downstairs Cabaret Theatre, JD Lawrence presents: Your husband is cheating on us at BB Kings, Dancer in the Off-Broadway revival of The Eight: Reindeer Monologues and numerous regional productions. TV, film and commercial work: “A Crime to Remember,” “Non-Stop," “The Intern,” and Budweiser. Her self produced show My Winter Song To You at Don't Tell Mama (NYC) earned her a BroadwayWorld Cabaret nomination. She was ultimately beat out by Glenn Close (who is now her archenemy...unbeknownst to Glenn).

Sara holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and musical theater from SUNY Cortland.

www.SaraLaursen.com

Youtube:Sara Laursen

IG:@sblaursen