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*You must have auditioned and been accepted into the program prior to registering* Tell Me Something Good by Audrey Cefaly Program Director: Deb Gottesman, Production Director: Randy Baker A unique four-week training program for ages 13-19 The Theatre Lab’s Summer Acting Institute for Teens is designed to immerse young adults in the art of acting—from mastering the essential principles of the craft to participating in a public performance of a challenging contemporary work at the end of the four weeks. The curriculum includes audition seminars, improvisational workshops, voice and speech training, movement training, and scene study, as well as special programs designed to give interested students insight into the workings of the professional theatre community. In addition to the daily training, students will present the area premiere of Tell Me Something Good by renowned playwright Audrey Cefaly. A stunning exploration of loneliness, love and redemption, this play tracks the lives of multiple characters struggling with how to connect in a chaotic world. This summer offers students the unique opportunity to work on a new play (Ms. Cefaly will be involved in the process) that provides exceptional opportunities to explore complex relationships and character development. The summer program is directed by actor Deb Gottesman, a founder and co-director of The Theatre Lab, and includes a staff of highly trained instructors and specialists including award-winning director Randy Baker (Rorschach Theatre), who will direct the final production.