The following information was posted on Allison Lawrence’s FaceBook on Tuesday, April 9th.
The Singer’s Art Voice Studio and Theatre In The Park Present
A Master Class with Clay Aiken
Saturday, April 20, 2013 2:00pm until 4:30pm
Theatre In The Park 107 Pullen Rd. Raleigh, NC 27607
Mr. Aiken will discuss his career, time in American Idol, touring, his Broadway experiences, do a Q&A and critique some performers.
Audience member: Tickets general admission $15 or w/student ID $10 For reservations: Please call Theatre In The Park Box Office (919) 831-6058 or go online to http://www.etix.com/ticket/online/performa…ance_id=1717363
Performers: $75 (Ages 13 – 27) There are only 12 places for performers. These will be filled on a first call basis. Please call Theatre In The Park Office (919) 831-6936 and give them the following info:
Your name, age, title of song. An accompanist will be provided. You may also bring a CD accompaniment – please NO VOCALS on the CD.
If you are interested in submitting a question for the Q&A, please email your name and question to email@example.com
For more information: Theatre In The Park: theatreinthepark.com or (919) 831-6936.
The Singer’s Art: firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 250-9088.
The Theatre In The Park is one of North Carolina’s most exciting and innovative theatre arts centers. They produce and present a diverse program that includes comedy, drama, musicals and Shakespeare.
Located in Pullen Park, the Theatre In The Park is located in the northern end of Raleigh. The organization is known internationally for it outstanding theatrical achievements. Last year, over 40,000 people attended their programs. The Theatre In The Park has entertained audiences for more than sixty years!
The following mission statement is on their website:
The mission of Theatre In The Park is to provide a quality theatre experience to a diverse audience base in Raleigh and the surrounding areas. Further, to offer the public an opportunity to see and participate in high quality dramatic classes and productions. Theatre In The Park’s mission also includes involving the community in the creation and development of live theatre to nurture a general appreciation and respect for the arts.
The organization states the following about their performances:
Theatre patrons bring blankets, lawn chairs and picnic baskets and come early (gates open at 6.30pm every performance evening) to enjoy the park setting before the show begins at 8.30pm. Theatre in the Park presents SIX performances of each of our shows. Opening night for our productions falls on a Friday night with performances Friday through Sunday the first week and Thursday through Saturday evenings the following week. Typically, each performance lasts about 2 hours.
It seems that Raleigh is lucky to have such an outstanding organization in their city. What a great way to make sure that Theatre is available to the entire community.
For more information on The Theatre In The Park, click HERE
Congratulations to all who will be able to hear Clay talk about his career. I am sure he has lots to share with the stars of the future.