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“CUT TO THE MUSIC” (a 2 class series – January 13th & 19th) w/ Rance Wright (New York Performance Coach), Alison Franck (New York Casting Director), and John O’Neill (Broadway, Touring, Regional Musical Director and Composer)
January 13 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$100
***This Class is a two class series. The Class Dates and Times are: January 13th @ 6:00pm and January 19th @ 6:00pm. You must be available for both dates and times.***
The Wright Way introduces workshops as a valuable tool to enhance your learning experience. The Wright Way believes that workshops assist in elevating one’s performance, auditions, and technique.
At times like this, we must turn to each other to find ways to keep sharp on our auditions technique. So The Wright Way has created this online Cut To The Music Class to help you stay connected and informed. Rance Wright (Performance and Auditions Coach) will be teaming up with Alison Franck (New York Casting Director; Grinch, A Christmas Story, An American In Paris, etc.) and John O’Neill (Broadway, Regional and Touring Musical Director and Composer) for this particular class. We are excited to work with you and hope that you are able to join us.
Individuals interested in this class will be required to prepare 1 – one minute to minute and a half Song, fully memorized. Each student will be given the chance to perform in a safe space and will be given notes and possible new cut options and then able to present material again.
Please let The Wright Way know if you have any questions about this class by emailing us at [email protected]
Check out Alison Franck’s Bio here:
Alison Franck has been a casting director in NYC for over 20 years. She started as an assistant for many Broadway Productions, then she worked in film/TV for several years, then from 2000-2010, she was the Resident Casting Director at Paper Mill Playhouse. In 2011 she joined the team at Liz Lewis Casting Partners, where she cast commercials, voice-overs, film/TV, and theatre. Alison now runs her own company, Franck Casting, where she has currently cast several tours of well-known musicals including A Christmas Story, the Musical!, A Chorus Line, Legally Blonde & Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Upcoming Dreamgirls and An American in Paris tours.
Check out John O’Neill’s Bio here:
John O’Neill is a musical director and composer living in New York City. In addition to writing Sunshine, he has written the musical review Topical Cruise, which was commissioned and performed by the Fulton Opera House in Lancaster, Pa. He has also written several children’s musicals including The Snow Queen, which was performed at Merkin Hall in New York. O’Neill has been a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop. As a musical director, conductor and pianist, he has worked on such Broadway and off-Broadway shows as Cabaret, A Chorus Line, The Boy From Oz, Jesus Christ Superstar, Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris, Dream True, Show Me Where the Good Times Are and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. In regional theater, O’Neill has conducted and/or musically directed for the North Carolina Theatre for the Arts, New Harmony Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, Fulton Opera House, and Paper Mill Playhouse. He was also the pianist for the original cast recording of Children of Eden. As a teacher and vocal coach, he has been on the faculty of the Drama Division at The Juilliard School, the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, and the Collaborative Arts Project 21 in New York.
Check out Rance Wright’s Bio here:
RANCE WRIGHT received his MFA and MM from the Boston Conservatory and holds a BFA in Music, Dance, and Theatre from Brigham Young University. He is an accomplished performing art professional with over 20 years of experience as a consultant, casting director, manager, and artist. His most recent credits include associate casting the national tours of Guys and Dolls, Grinch, and A Christmas Story alongside NY casting veteran Alison Franck of Franck Casting. Rance also recently had his Fringe associate directorial debut in “A Step Beyond The Rain”. Rance currently guides acting for the stage and directs shows at the American Musical Theatre Academy in New York City.
In 2015 Rance created a performing arts program for Turn Community Services in Utah helping advance communication skillsets for adults with special needs. His unique style and creativity are the perfect combinations for very successful learning initiatives.
As a musical theatre artist, Rance’s credits include numerous Off-Broadway shows, National Tours, and regional productions.
Rance foresaw a need to help others gain a greater knowledge and understand- ing of their talent and art; that desire combined with his entrepreneurial spirit quickly lead to the birth of The Wright Way Coaching which is now a part of Wright Way Productions, LLC.
Rance’s personal and professional experiences along with his ability to see the talent and creativity in others have transcended his focus to furthering the knowledge and understanding of theatre, music, and dance for adults and young performers alike. Recognized professionally as one of the leaders in artists’ career development and utilizing “communication through theatre” for the personal advancement of professional artists and special needs adults are quickly becoming hallmarks of his career.
Rance is a dedicated professional artist with a distinctive vision. Through dynamic and results-driven classes, consultations and special event courses Rance has helped catapult the careers of many up and coming artists. Holding himself to higher standards has solidified his business relationships with clients and colleagues.
To learn more or to contact Rance directly, please visit: www.wrightwaycoaching.com
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