Join us this February 18th for another round of Audition Intensive!


$350 per student.

Dates/Times: Sundays, February 18th-April 8th, 5pm-8pm

Where:  CLIMB Theatre @ 6415 Carmen Avenue, Inver Grove Heights, MN 55076.

Limited to 8 students.

The Twin Cities Theatre Scene relies almost entirely on monologues to audition for shows, companies and local combined generals. This means actors need to secure that callback to even get hands on an actual script. Sadly, the nerves and dread most of us experience in facing the monologue audition undermine our abilities to be effective in these high stakes scenarios. This class is meant to challenge that notion and help the actor be inspired, connected and excited about their audition piece, and look forward to performing it!



During the 8 week class, a limited group of professional/professionally bound actors, will spend 5 classes discovering, work shopping, and perfecting new monologues. Using moment to moment work, and in-depth emotional preparation we will explore the essential and vital skills of a powerful, confident audition. In the remaining 3 classes we will address technical aspects of the audition process, (headshot, resume, introduction, beginning and ending, and timing when necessary), all while keeping the passionate and creative self present in the audition room. Industry guests will be invited to the final class so students will have an opportunity to apply their new skills under a realistic audition situation. Most importantly, this class will help shift the auditioning experience from anxiety and fear, to artistic fulfillment, appreciation, and fun!

A $100 deposit will be required to hold your place. The deposit is refundable if you cancel your registration before the beginning of class. The balance is to be paid on the first day of class and is non-refundable. (Payment plans can be arranged on a person to person basis)

Please contact Erin at for more information.

Check me out on KARE 11 acting and "ugly crying"

I recently started working with MNCIT and doing crisis intervention with the Minneapolis Police Department and several other departments right outside of the Cities.  It's been an amazing experience working on one on one scenarios in deescalation techniques based in communication and empathy rather than force. I've found the work extremely gratifying especially in today's social and political climate. It's also pretty exhausting both physically and emotionally. Channel 11 came in last week and did some recording...apparently I made the cut.