Brandon Uranowitz to Present Two Masterclasses
The four-hour intensive, geared toward teens and adults, is titled "Don't Forget the Words!"
Two-time Tony Award nominee Brandon Uranowitz will present a new musical theater acting masterclass, "Don't Forget the Words!", on December 2 and 3 in New York City. The four-hour intensive is geared toward teens and adults looking to "unlock their most authentic and honest performances through a focus on the storytelling and journey of the song."
Uranowitz recently starred in Prince of Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club. In 2016, Uranowitz played Mendel in the 2016 revival of Falsettos, for which he was nominated for Tony and Drama Desk Awards, and in 2015, he originated the role of Adam Hochberg in An American in Paris, which also earned him a Tony nomination. Other credits include the national tour of Rent, off-Broadway's Twelfth Night, and more.
The two masterclasses will be held from 2-6pm at Ripley-Grier Studios, with a maximum of 15 students per session. The classes will be closed to the public; however, a limited number of auditing slots are also available. For pricing and more information, email [email protected]