Master Class with Terrence Mann & Charlotte d'Amboise
Tuition: $80 per participant ($70 for students currently enrolled in CTC's School of Theatre Training)
Register for an exclusive experience with legendary Broadway talents, Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise! Participants are sorted by age into groups of twenty, allowing students to explore the material in a group of their peers. The master class includes:
The audtions for this program are for students age 15-22. Auditions will take place Saturday, January 12, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. at ImaginOn. ►Click Here to register for an audition slot.
Terrence Mann has originated some of the most memorable roles in recent Broadway history. His career has spanned 3 decades. From his breakout performance as the rock ‘n roll Rum Tum Tugger in CATS to his critically acclaimed Tony nominated turn as Inspector Javert in Les Miserables. Mr. Mann has constantly reinvented his abilities to fit the musical theatre world. His portrayal of The Beast in Beauty and the Beast garnered him his second Tony nomination as well as a Drama Desk Nomination and an Outer Critic Circle nomination. In 2013 he earned his third Tony nomination and won the Outer Critic Circle award for his dynamic performance as King Charlemagne in the smash hit revival of Pippin. Terry recently played the dual roles of Charles Frohman/Hook in the Broadway hit Finding Neverland and in the Broadway premiere of Tuck Everlasting. On Netflix critically acclaimed original series SENSE8, Mr. Mann is Mr. Whispers.
Other credits on the Broadway stage include: Chauvelin in The Scarlet Pimpernel, The Addams Family (Mal Bienekie), Lennon (Ensemble), The Rocky Horror Show (Frank 'N' Furter), Getting Away With Murder (Greg), A Christmas Carol (Scrooge), Rags (Saul), Barnum (Ringmaster, matinee Barnum on tour), Jerome Robbin's Broadway (Narrator) and Jekyll and Hyde (title roles, pre-Broadway workshop.)
Off-Broadway and regional credits include: Tuck Everlasting (the Alliance Theatre), The Studio (South Coast Repertory), Promises, Promises (ENCORES!), Assassins (Playwrights Horizon), 1776 (Williamstown Theatre Festival), My Fair Lady, Man of La Mancha, and Peter Pan (Connecticut Repertory Theater.)
In film and television he appeared as Bob on the Sci-Fi Channel’s series, The Dresden Files. Other film and television appearances include: Critters, A Chorus Line, Big Top Pee Wee, Solar Babies, Love Monkey, SMASH, 30 Rock, Law and Order, Mrs. Santa Claus, American Revolution, One Life to Live and As the World Turns (Emmy Nomination.)
He is the Director/Composer for the musical adaptation on Romeo & Juliet. He is founding Artistic Director of the Carolina Arts Festival. He also served as Artistic Director of the North Carolina Theatre for 10 years. He now serves as professor and endowed chair of Musical Theatre program at Western Carolina University. He and his wife, Charlotte d’Amboise, conduct the Triple Arts Broadway Series musical theatre intensives (www.triplearts.com.)
A veteran of numerous Broadway shows, Charlotte d'Amboise was nominated for the prestigious Tony Award for her performance as Cassie in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line. Most recently, Charlotte was seen in the Broadway revival of Pippin in the role of Fastrada, for which she won the Fred Astaire Award. Other Broadway shows include Roxie in Chicago (Drama Critics Circle Award, The Ovation Award, The Bay Area Theatre Award), Lola in Damn Yankees (Fred Astaire Award), Charity in Sweet Charity (Fred Astaire Award) and Anita as well as other featured roles in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (Tony Award Nomination.) Other Broadway shows include Contact, Company and Cats. She has also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway and regional productions.
Throughout her career onstage, she has worked alongside several legendary directors including Bob Fosse, Jerome Robbins, Michael Bennett, Peter Martins, Rob Marshall, Ann Reinking, Debbie Allen, Gillian Lynn, Rob Ashford, Diane Paulus, Walter Bobby and George Balanchine.
Charlotte can be seen in the acclaimed documentary of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line entitled, Every Little Step. Charlotte has also been seen in numerous films and TV shows, most recently in the acclaimed independent movie, Frances Ha.
She and her husband, Terrence Mann, are the artistic directors of a unique musical theatre intensive for teens interested in pursuing a career in the Arts. Go to www.triplearts.com for further information.