March 22: Singing for Non-Singers with Lukas Papenfusscline

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March 22: Singing for Non-Singers with Lukas Papenfusscline

30.00 45.00

Tired of saying no to auditions simply because there's singing involved? Want to sing with more clarity, ease, and confidence? This workshop is geared towards non-singers who want to bolster their performance with a few simple singing tips that will help anyone sound good. While countless voice lessons may do some people more harm than good, getting together and singing as a group and learning tips for good sound production is valuable at any stage. With practical information for speaking actors as well, singing helps tap into emotion, movement, body connection, and performance. Come bring a simple song to sing, learn some old english rounds, and use those vocal cords!

This workshop will take place on Friday, March 22nd 12-2pm

Limited space available.

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Lukas Papenfusscline was raised in Northern California but spent his formative years in Paris, France, before pursuing dual degrees from the New England Conservatory and Tufts University in Contemporary Improvisation and Drama, respectively. Now based in New York City, Papenfusscline performs regularly in the underground New York theatre and music scenes, solo, as a collaborator, and as ensemble-leader. He also creates his own projects for theatre (currently developing Chaucer's Troilus & Criseyde) and music (man&woman;you released December 2016, Mendacity (with Ran Blake) and Olema are both forthcoming). He appears regularly on the West Coast (most recently in Los Angeles with FourLarks), with his friend and mentor Ran Blake (including on his 2017 tour to France), and sings all over the 50 states with his folk band. His style is a diverse fusion of the american folk tradition, jazz, space noise and experimental theatre.