Do you want to improve your audition and performance technique? This 5-hour intensive focuses on bringing each student’s audition and performance material to the next level. Walk out the door with a monologue and song ready to share, and technique that will carry you to the next level. Students of all levels are welcome!
Madison Worthington is a multidisciplinary theatre artist and teacher based in San Francisco. She holds a BA in Theater from UCLA and pursues theatrical endeavors both onstage and off. Here at Shelton Theater, Madison played Carol in OLEANNA, directed the US premier of FAMILY PLAY by UK Playwright Matt Fox, co-directed BREAD! THE MUSICAL by Joe Ortiz, and assistant directed A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. Madison has also worked with Bay Area companies including The Marsh, CounterPulse, Phoenix Theatre, Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, Left Coast Theatre Co., Spare Stage, Playland Productions, Repro Rights!, SF Sketchfest, SF Bay Area Theatre Co., Just Theater, Theatre Bay Area, as well as producing works of her own. Passionate about spreading the magic of theatre to youth, she is a teaching artist at Design Tech High School as well as Where Art Starts, a non-profit which brings arts programs to preschools across the Bay Area.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Ryan Doyle is a singer, songwriter, and actor. A graduate of the Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts, Ryan has performed in a variety of musicals, and was most recently seen in Newsies as Finch. In 2015 he released his first album of original songs, ‘Right By My Side’, and he has written two original solo cabaret shows which debuted at Society Cabaret. He was named a 2017 and 2018 National Youngarts Winner, and his original song “Fall” was used by the SFPD in their recruitment video. He will be attending Circle in the Square Theatre School in NYC in the Fall, and is currently working on his second album which will be released sometime this summer! ryandoylemusic.com