FREE Workshops

Hi Everyone,
Karen and Roz are excited to present these workshops next Tuesday evening May 20th
They are free!
See below for all info
— TUESDAY MAY 20th, 7-9:15PM—
These are FREE workshops! Please reserve early, and let us know if you need to cancel so that someone else may have your place.
Karen Kohlhaas will see monologues from a several participants, focusing on making clean starts and finishes to your monologue auditions, using both staging and editing decisions about the text.
Rosalyn Coleman Williams will speak on all things digital: what makes a good reel, how actors should/should not use social media, creating effective websites, and how to make your internet presence positive, professional, and productive.  
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: To reserve please email
(**please note if you are reserving for a friend, we need their email as well. You will be emailed info about entering the building.)
KAREN KOHLHAAS is an Off-Broadway director, teacher, author and filmmaker. Most recently at Atlantic she directed the Lortel Award nominated The Collection and A Kind of Alaska by Harold Pinter, named in the top 10 play lists for the New York Times, New York Magazine, and the New York Daily News. She is a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company and senior teacher at the Atlantic Acting School. She is the author of The Monologue Audition: A Practical Guide for Actors (foreword by David Mamet); How to Choose a Monologue for Any Audition, the creator of The Monologue Audition Video (DVD) all available on her website She teaches monologue, cold reading, directing, and advanced scene study classes in NYC. She is currently at work on a feature length documentary, Tennessee Williams in the Mississippi Delta (
ROSALYN COLEMAN WILLIAMS is an award winning director, actor and educator. As a director, her film projects have appeared on several stations nationally and in film festivals all around the world. She is an actor with Broadway, Film and Television credits. As an educator, Rosalyn is one of the most sought after acting coaches in NY, chosen by readers of Back Stage as their favorite on-camera teacher in both 2011 and 2012. Currently teaching “Acting In The Digital Age” at NYU, Rosalyn served as on-set acting coach during the second season of HBO’s “In Treatment.” She is an adjunct professor at SUNY Purchase, teaching on camera audition to the senior class.
Rosalyn is co-creator of Everything Acting Podcast App and iRoz App. Both Apps are currently available on all mobile platforms, and have a mission of demystifying the actor’s journey.  
Roz can soon be seen playing Rose on a TV Documentary about August Wilson, in the film Hands To The Sky, and FRANKIE AND ALICE feature film in theaters now. A Howard University and Yale School of Drama graduate, Rosalyn is Chief Creative Officer at Red Wall Productions, a company that she runs with her husband, Craig T. Williams. @irozapp