Tony® winner, Sheryl Kaller, gets real about how the trip to Broadway as a director is always a unique journey. Lessons include how to direct with clarity and vision, how to get hired, how to find good plays, and more. Broadway highlights: “Mothers and Sons”, “Next Fall”.
Drama Desk award winner, Stephen Brackett, teaches directors about the grueling process of Broadway previews, including: what previews are for, what directors must know about previews and how to use previews to catapult a show to opening night success. Broadway Highlights: “The Lightning Thief”,...
Acclaimed director, Charles Randolph-Wright, talks about his shift from an actor to Broadway director and provides essential perspective on how to create effective scene and character transitions, when to say “I don’t know” and what directors must study. Broadway highlights: “Motown the Musical”...
Tony® nominee, Kristen Hanggi, lets directors in on the granular secrets of how to shape a Broadway play or musical from beginning to end: where to start, what to structure, and how to avoid critical mistakes. Broadway highlight: “Rock of Ages”.
Two-time Tony® nominee, director, Jeff Calhoun, gets visual on how to combine choreography and directing into one unforgettable experience. Lessons include: the power of metaphor, the use of size and projection, how to best use your imagination, and more. Broadway highlights: “Jekyll & Hyde”, N...