The Teen Theatre Ensemble was created to provide professional training for young emerging artists, between the ages of 13 – 19, who are serious about developing their craft. TTE was established based ib the joint vision of NCBRC’s founder, “Mr. Marvtastic,” the late Larry Leon Hamlin, and former NCBRC artistic director Mabel Robinson.
Participants are selected through an audition process and are required to complete a 12-week intensive designed to not only improve but stretch students in all artistic disciplines. TTE participants are also required to work behind the scenes of one of our main stage productions. Our goal is to create as many opportunities as possible to gain marketable skills and abilities required to work in the arts and entertainment industry, both on and off the stage.
Synopsis: Family and friends find themselves struggling to cope after losing a loved one. as they come together to celebrate his life they are reminded of the harsh realities of the world they live in, and must figure out a way to spark change.
|NCBRC Teen Theatre Ensemble Fall Session|
|Dates:||September 30 – December 16 (No sessions on November 11 and 25)|
|Time:||11:00 am – 2:00 pm|
Arts Council Theatre
Teen Theatre Ensemble Seeking Actors, Dancers & Singers
Teen Theatre Ensemble (TTE) is Seeking Actors, Dancers and Singers. All ethnicities are welcome.
The Teen Theatre Ensemble, a program of the North Carolina Black Repertory Company, was created to provide professional training for young emerging artists, between the ages of 13 – 19, who are serious about developing their craft.
Date: Saturday, September 9th
Time: 12:00 until 4:00 pm
Location: North Carolina Black Repertory Company
Arts Council Theater
610 Coliseum Drive
Winston-Salem, NC 27106
Youth between the ages of 13 to 19 years old are invited to audition.
Teen Theatre Ensemble (TTE) is an excellent opportunity for teens to get a broader understanding of all the parts that make a whole in theatre performance, production, and management. Throughout the session the teens will participate in various master classes taught by professionals in different disciplines of theatre. They will also get an opportunity to showcase skills, talents, and techniques they have studied in preparation for a final production.
To audition, everyone must perform a monologue no longer than two minutes, and a song. The total presentation should not exceed 3 minutes.
Auditions are by appointment only.
Call (336) 723-2266 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday to reserve an audition time.