Joel Trinidad Holds Monologue Masterclasses this March
Sixteen Bars, the group known for organizing Open Mic events for theater fans, will be holding its first masterclass this March.
Sixteen Bars is a Performing Arts Education Company whose goal is to provide the needs of developing theatre practitioners in Metro Manila. Its services mainly consist of master classes, workshops and various other events geared towards artistic training and comprehensive education in Music, Acting, Dance, and Writing.
For its first offering, the group has taken into account the primary fear of actors in auditions: monologue.
MONOLOGUE MASTERCLASS WITH JOEL TRINIDAD
The Masterclass is tailored to develop and hone skills of theatre artists or those who wish to practice theatre arts. Monologues play a crucial role in the audition process and is also considered as a craft of its own in acting. The Masterclass will be culminated with a recital.
Saturdays of March 2017
[March 4, 11, 18, and 25]
Maybank Synergy Center
G/F Maybank Corporate Centre
7th Ave cor 28th St., BGC, Taguig
LEVEL: Must’ve done at least 2 theatre workshops or 1 professional play.
LIMITED SLOTS ONLY!
Early Bird Promo* (Until January 15):
Group Promo* (Enroll in groups of 3 or more):
Downpayment to confirm slot: At least 50% of fee
[*You can use one (1) promo per participant.]
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For inquiries and slot reservation, contact 0917-315-0090 / 0915-502-1497, shoot us a message on FB.com/SixteenBarsPh or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. EARLY BIRD PROMO WILL END ON JANUARY 15, 2017.
About Joel Trinidad
Actor, Singer, Director, Playwright, Lyricist, Producer
As Performer: Kaos (Aliw Award), Love/Sick, Defending the Caveman, Avenue Q, The Horse And His Boy, The Bluebird of Happiness, Proof (starring Lea Salonga), etc.
As Writer/Director: Breakups & Breakdowns (music by Rony Fortich), SOS: Showcase of Original Shorts, Close Engkantos of the Christmas Kind (music by Regie Tan), Fairy Tale Rescue (music by Onyl Torres and Regie Tan), Breaking The Silence (starring G. Tongi), Unspeakably Yours (with
Cathy Azanza-Dy), The Attack of the Shakespeare Fairy, etc.
As Lyricist: “Christmas Anyway” (music by Jose Mari Chan); “Look My Way” (music by Aiza Seguerra; “Living Proof” (music by Nyoy Volante), etc.
In 2010, Joel founded Upstart Productions, whose first offering was Joel’s own short play Crush Hour, which debuted at the Times Square Arts Center in NYC in that same year. Two more of his short plays have since been independently produced in New York City: Witchslap in February
2013 (by Love Creek Productions) and Zandar The Magnificent in August and October 2013 (by the Xoregos Performing Company). Joel is also an aspiring novelist, and has spent an unhealthy amount of time putting the finishing touches on his first two novels: Budapest Blues (a romantic
comedy) and Shelter (a horror thriller).