Have you ever wanted to jump in and out of workshops on a Pay-What-You-Can basis on your schedule? Well Perceptions has just the workshop for you! Each month we offer a one day workshop on various subjects about the industry with some of the most celebrated guest artists. There are only 10 slots* for each workshop so make sure to grab one before they are all gone! All workshop classes are via Zoom until further notice.
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A 2 hour talk with Artistic Director, Myesha-Tiara. Our September workshop focuses on crashing EPA's (equity principal auditions). We still may be social distancing however the world is slowly starting to open back up and we want to help you be prepared when those in person principal auditions start again. If you think you can't attend an equity audition if you aren't an equity member or EMC then this workshop is for you. If you don't know what "crashing an audition" means this workshop is for you. Lead by our Artistic Director, Myesha-Tiara, who started crashing equity auditions in Chicago in 2017 and was able to join equity by 2019. We will discuss your best strategies for crashing auditions, what to do when you get there, and the EMC Program.
Myesha-Tiara's Bio: Myesha is an actress, director and content creator, MT's Corner with Myesha-Tiara, on YouTube. In Chicago she has been seen in For Colored Girls… as Lady In Brown and Lady In Blue u/s (Court Theatre/ Jeff Recommended); Swamp Baby as Swamp Baby/Iriana (MPAACT). Steel Magnolias as Annelle (Theatre at the Center); The Wedding Band (The Artistic Home/ Jeff Recommended) and Hamlet as Gertrude and Ophelia/Osric u/s (The Gift Theatre), andThe Foster School Project (Mudlark Theater) and Mother of the Dark Water (MPAACT). Outside of Chicago, Myesha-Tiara has appeared in The Miracle Worker and as Mrs. Muller in Doubt (Round Barn Theatre) and toured for two years with Bright Star Touring Theatre. TV and film credits include: Rap Mom (B Side Productions), Broke AF (B Side Productions/ webseries); Pain Is The Agent of Change (Tristien Marcellous Winfree Productions); and she was featured in the Academy Award winning film 12 Years a Slave. At the end of 2019 she also opened her own 501 c3 non-profit theatre company, Perceptions Theatre, on the Southside of Chicago. Chicago directing credits include: Black Magic (Director/MPAACT); Invisible (Assistant Director/Her Story Theatre); The Little Foxes (Associate Director / Citadel Theatre Company); Skin Deep and The Bible (Director/ Artistic Home Theatre’s: Cut to the Chase One Act Fest), Some Day (Director/ The Rockwell Theatre Bandits’ Ravenswood: New Play Fest/ stage reading) and Somewhere in Uptown (Director/ Collaboraction’s: Peacebook Festival). Myesha-Tiara is a graduate of Northwestern State University with a B.S. in Theatre with a concentration in Performance and Directing. She is represented by Shirley Hamilton. (myesha-tiara.com, IG: myeshatiara)