The workshop schedule is posted on-line. It's worth checking out. Now is the time to take a few moments to figure out what you want to attend.
The schedule is divided into I and II--these being time designations (not level of the workshop). The workshops scheduled for I are from 2:30 to 4 PM and those for II are 4:15 to 5:45 PM.
Obviously, as with all schedules, you'll need to plan carefully.
On Monday, for example, do you want to prepare for your college audition? In the "I" you have a choice between preparing for a university audition or building the perfect audition song. (I hope to be at "drawing for the beginning costumer.")
On Monday for the "II" schedule, there is a workshop on Commedia D'ell Arte! (We should hand out our playbills there, but since it's called "unmasked" I fear it might be more about masks...) Or you can go a workshop to make "your college audition the best." Or you can continue with drawaing for beginning costumers, or find a workshop on something else of interest.
The rest of the week continues with too many choices...
And of course, you have to remember that, besides these great workshops, their are the college auditions, the individual events, the main stage productions, the Chapter Select showcase productions (including ours), the Freestyle theatre productions, and the chance to visit with the exhibitors!
So better check out the entire Festival Schedule!
And check out this movie trailer. It's pretty intense!
Break a leg!