Programs & Classes
South of Broadway Theatre provides Acting Classes,Voice Lessons, Youth Performance Opportunities, and Workshops.
- Two fully realized Youth Productions per year: Spring and Fall.
The Spring show will be LION KING JR.
Rehearsals are Saturdays from 10:30am-3:30pm beginning Jan 28th. Performances are Performances are April 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7pm and Apr. 23 at 3pm. This is a tuition based program. If you would like a reminder for auditions, please sign up HERE
- Voice lessons for Adult and Youth are taught by South of Broadway Theatre Company (SOBTC) Producer, Mary Gould, who offers high-powered classes based on New York and European training. Ms. Gould has had several students performing on Broadway, including Lurie Poston in “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” and Matthew Shingledecker currently in “Wicked.” Please call 843-814-4451 to speak with Ms. Gould to select your lesson time. To confirm appointment pay here.
- Adult acting classes
Through exercises, improvisation, scene study and monologues, the student will understand and learn the tools needed to advance their acting career. We will focus on basic acting technique, including character development, sense memory and script analysis. We will also explore voice and movement techniques, both for stage and on camera. At the end of the 8 weeks we will create a short film of the scene we have developed in class, suitable for an actor reel. Classes are taught by Rob Maniscalco. 8 Tuesdays through February and March. 4-6pm. Sign up begins in January. (fee is $250 plus the cost of editing the scene)
- Private coaching and audition preparation can be accommodated by Artistic Director, Kristen Kos or Daniel Hall Kuhn. $45/hour for actors 18 years and older. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call the theatre 843-745-0317
- Piano Lessons with Abdiel Iriarte: firstname.lastname@example.org for details
2017 Summer Camp Dates:
June 12 – 24 with Elissa Horrell
July 10- 22 with Andrea Catangay
July 24 – August 5 (FULL. Please select another session)
Register now HERE.
Summer in NYC: 2016 will be the 11th year of this highly successful artistic residency in New York City, where participants reside at the famous Julliard School Residence Hall. Individual courses of intensive study are designed for each participant, as well as a variety of group workshops, classes and masterclasses with well known artists and academics. Every year South of Broadway Theatre Company awards from $10,000 to $15,000 in scholarships to Summer in NYC participants. More details at www.SummerInNYC.org
To submit your 10 minute play, please email email@example.com no later than March 17, 2017. Plays accepted into PlayFest are chosen by an independent group not closely affiliated with Second Sundays at Seven.
Playback10 (SS7): a unique monthly playwright’s workshop which SOBTC has nurtured over the past six years. This workshop is free and brings actors and writers together in a dynamic partnership, which galvanizes the participants’ imaginations, and brings clarity to the play writing process.
Submission details for Writers: To reserve your spot, please email the name of your 10 Minute Play along with character descriptions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that each piece is limited to ten minutes reading time total. Please bring your own copies for the readers. Presenters are selected based on earliest submission.
Actors: Please join us and spread the word to other performers. We love to have you as readers of these new works, your feedback is helpful. This program is Free and open to Everyone. Next Playback10: TBA Care for an email reminder of the next meeting? Sign Up HERE.
“My Ticket to the Arts”: 800+ tickets are being distributed pro bono to at-risk and underserved youth populations, ages K-12 in the tri-county Charleston area during 2013. This initiative was launched at the beginning of 2012, during which 1,000 tickets were distributed. Several of the shows are performed BY youth FOR youth. The objective of this program is to energize the at-risk and underserved school-age populations to reach beyond the experiences of their daily lives, to inspire them to broaden the horizons of their perceived individual potential, and to challenge their creativity and intellects. With continued community and financial support, SOBTC hopes in 2014 to include admission to our mainstage season to adults working to continue their literacy education.