BROADWAY AUDITION WORKSHOP
MASTER CLASS | SATURDAY, NOV 12, 1-4PM
Tony Award Winning Broadway Director Benjamin Klein and Broadway Actress Stephanie Fieger Klein will be conducting a Broadway Audition Workshop at SALT on Saturday, November 12 from 1-4PM. Observe and learn as 10 participants "audition" how they would on Broadway and then receive feedback on their auditions. Benjamin and Stephanie will then conduct a talk-back Q & A session with the audience. Find out everything you've wanted to know about pounding the pavement in NYC. Admission is just $10 at the door. Bring a notebook and pen.
BENJAMIN ENDSLEY KLEIN was born in Charlotte, NC and studied at the University of Michigan. Director of Ann starring Tony Nominated actress Holland Taylor as Governor Ann
Richards. Before playing Broadway’s Vivian Beaumont Theatre at Lincoln Center, the production played Chicago and The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Selected credits as Director include First Date at Pittsburgh CLO, Bend in the Road at New York Musical Theatre Festival (included in Huffington Post’s “The Best Shows of 2013”), the world premiere musical
Hello Out There at The Adirondack Theatre Festival, the East Coast Premiere of Sick by Zayd Dohrn at New Jersey Repertory, Hairspray at Charlottetown Festival (Prince Edward Island,
Canada), Notes to MariAnne at the Eugene O'Neill Musical Theatre Conference, and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas at The Old Globe in San Diego, California. As Resident, Associate, or Assistant Director, credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, War Horse at Lincoln Center Theatre (Tony Award Best Play 2011), Love Never Dies in the West End, Hairspray in the West End (Olivier Award for Best Musical 2008), the UK tour of Hairspray, Lincoln Center Theater’s The Coast of Utopia (Tony Award Best Play 2007), and Broadway, 1st National US Tour, and Regional productions of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Awards include the Emerging Artist Award from the University of Michigan Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance, the Mike Ockrent Fellowship by the Society of Stage Directors and
Choreographers, and the Paul Green Foundation Award by the National Theatre Conference. For more information please visit www.bendsley.com.
Stephanie Fieger Klein
BROADWAY: Macbeth (Lincoln Center). OFF-BROADWAY & NY: The Common Pursuit (Roundabout), Macbeth (Public/ Delacorte) A Doll’s House, The Bear, The Proposal (Infinite Theatre); The Lover (Studio Tisch), A Perfect Wedding (NYU, East Coast premiere), & multiple works with the Tectonic Theatre Project. Regional: Abigail/ 1702 (Cincinnati Playhouse, world premiere), Dracula (Pioneer), Boeing Boeing, Measure for Measure, Two Gentlemen of Verona (Old Globe), A View of the Harbor (Merrimack Rep.), Othello, The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare on the Sound), Saint Joan, Peter Pan (Barter Theatre), All in the Timing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Hedgerow Theatre). Film: Fog, All Dark Places. MFA: NYU Graduate Acting Program.