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Presenter, WTFCon July 2020

Women's Theatre Festival

https://www.womenstheatrefestival.com/festival


"Looking Your Best" explores a foolproof, three-step routine for looking more awake/alive/clean for any type of appearance: self-tapes, meetings, play readings, rehearsals, and virtual theatre performances.
NOTE: This is a ticketed event. Please visit our Eventbrite to purchase a ticket.
This session will begin at 3:00 pm ET on Monday, July 6th, 2020.


"Virtual Theatre" is a series geared towards overcoming the obstacles posed by new artistic formats. Through several sessions, participants will learn the technical and instructional fundamentals of virtual theater development and performance. Using the CREW Model, they will understand an implementation model that includes all key aspects from roles and performance experience to logistics and facilitation. Despite the hurdles inherent to online theatre, the series prepares participants with the tools necessary to amplify the experiences of rehearsals and performances, including options for audience interaction, insight on how actors can work and interact with a camera in a home studio setup, and other uses for virtual theatre.

The training contains three sessions: Getting Started, The CREW Model, and Punching Up.

Part 1, Getting Started, offers participants the technical and instructional fundamentals of virtual theater development and performance.

GOALS
Technology: Mastering an expanding array of artist's tools designed specifically to engage the online audience. Assembling cast, crew, and support staff—producers, designers, and IT—for your virtual theater performance.

Technique: Adapting stage and screen acting, directing, and design techniques for the online streaming performance space.

NOTE: This is a ticketed event. Please visit our Eventbrite to purchase a ticket.
The sessions will begin at 11:00 am ET on Thursdays, July 9th, 16th,  23rd 2020.

Master Class

Theatre Raleigh

"Juliana Valente gave soprano Sharon admirable feistiness as she rebuffed Callas' bullying about her interpretation of an aria from Verdi's Macbeth."
-Classical Voice of North Carolina

"Valente brings a naivety, innocence and sweetness to the role. She also has chops to make real her return to the class after being humiliated and accosted verbally, completely unexpectedly, by the luminary diva."
-Triangle Arts and Entertainment