Auditioning - The Theatre Lab





Nov 7 - Dec 12


7 - 10 PM


Nathan Whitmer


This course is designed to improve student performance in all the major aspects of auditioning for the theatre: monologues, cold readings, and “in the room” demeanor – whether for in-person auditions or for Zoom or video auditions, which are certainly here to stay. The emphasis is on practical skill-building, making the most of your rehearsal time, and overcoming psychological and emotional barriers to giving your best performance.



In Person


Late Fall



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Nathan Whitmer

Nathan Whitmer is an actor and teaching artist and member of Actors Equity with over 15 years of professional experience. His DC area credits include Arena Stage, Studio Theatre, Theatre J and Washington Stage Guild. Outside DC he has appeared Off-Broadway in NYC, and worked with The Old Globe, The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, The Virginia Theatre Festival and Texas Shakespeare Festival (to name a few), as well as with The Barter Theatre in Abingdon, VA where as a member of both the Barter Player acting Company and resident equity acting company he appeared in over 25 plays and musicals and worked as a teaching
artist and mentor. He has since returned to Barter as a director for the Players and guest teaching artist for Emory and Henry University. Nathan has appeared in numerous commercials, industrials and TV shows filmed around the DC Metro and in Richmond. As a teaching artist he’s worked with The Shakespeare Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Live Arts in Charlottesville, VA, and Alaska Theatre for Youth. A graduate of Ohio University and the Old Globe/University of San Diego Shiley Graduate Training Program, Nathan applies his classical training and diverse experience to help aspiring or curious theatre artists of all ages awaken their imaginations, communicate dynamically with their voices and bodies, and create inclusive ensembles where everyone’s story finds a space to be shared.

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