PCT Teen Monologue Workshop Starts Today
The Paris Community Theatre’s Monologue Workshop for Teens taught by former NL and PJC Graduate Lucas Robertson begins today. The workshop is Monday-Thursday of this week from 4pm-6pm daily. There are still spots available– teens may register today at 4pm. The cost is $60 for the 8 hour workshop.
In the workshop, teens will focus on memorizing and performing a monologue. An audition monologue is often part of the acceptance process for those wishing to major in theatre in college or enter a theatre program.
An alumnus of North Lamar High School, Lucas calls Texas home and the Theatre is his heart. Currently perusing his undergraduate degree in theatre & dance, at the University of Wyoming, Lucas is constantly looking for new ways to better his art as well as share with others his passion for acting.
Lucas was a participant in drama at North Lamar High School where he was honored to be a cast member in the 2010 State Championship production of The Government Inspector, and he served as student president over the drama club his senior year. Lucas is also an alumnus of Paris Junior College, where he studied Drama and held the position of President over the local theatre honors fraternity, Delta Psi Omega, spring 2013. Some of his most recent credits include Subconscious Icebergs, Middletown, and Rough for Theatre II, which earned him an Irene Ryan Award nomination. Lucas’s life goals are to become a well rounded theatre artist and share his knowledge and perspective of the subject with those willing to listen, be that through performance or any other means.
Payment for the workshop is due on the first day of class.