THINKING ON YOUR FEET
Kate Baldwin (Hello, Dolly!, upcoming in Love Life at City Center) teaches a master class that invites participants into the immediacy of what they are about to do as performers. Focusing on asking what has happened to their character in the moment before the music begins, students launch into their songs for a deep dive into their material. Using tools from her own experience, Baldwin will lead performers through a dissection of the surprising components of a song you may not have considered until now.
Front & Center studio events run approximately one hour and 30 minutes.
Artists will be chosen through an online audition process. To audition, click here
Applicants will be notified on March 3.
ABOUT KATE BALDWIN
Kate Baldwin starred in the Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Hello, Dolly!, for which she received Tony Award, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award nominations. On Broadway, she has appeared in Finian’s Rainbow (Tony Award, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award nominations), which started its life as an Encores! production, as well as Big Fish, Wonderful Town, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and The Full Monty. Off-Broadway she has appeared in John & Jen (Keen Company, Drama Desk nomination), Giant (Public, Drama Desk nomination), Superhero (Second Stage, Lortel nomination), and Songbird (59E59). She can be seen in the film Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, and on television in “Law & Order: SVU” and in the PBS programs “First You Dream: The Music of Kander & Ebb” and “Live from Lincoln Center: Stephen Sondheim’s Passion.” She has also recorded the solo albums Let’s See What Happens and She Loves Him: Live at Feinstein’s (PS Classics). This spring she will appear in the Encores! production of Kurt Weill and Alan Jay Lerner’s Love Life.
Now in its fourth season, Front & Center gives audiences the chance to watch award-winning musical theater artists as they coach emerging performers on skills that are vital on and off the stage. This season’s other Front & Center artists are Ali Stroker (February 3, 2020) and Alex Brightman (October 21, 2019). Learn more