Missed the last one? That's ok because Kevin Cahoon is back with another amazing Master Class presented by Iconotheatrix!!
About the Class
This masterclass will be focused on character development and auditioning so bring any song or monologue that you would like to have workshopped. Kevin also has incredible insight on the professional audition process so come with a question or two you would like to ask while he's here. We highly encourage you to attend this class! We know you will learn a lot that you can transfer into any and all acting situations!
About Kevin Cahoon
Originally from Houston, Texas, Kevin Cahoon received his BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and is a graduate Houston's High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. As an actor on Broadway, Cahoon originated the roles of Ed the Hyena in The Lion King, George in The Wedding Singer, The Childcatcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, numerous roles in the revival of The Rocky Horror Show, making his Broadway debut in The Who's Tommy.
Off-Broadway credits include the title role of Hedwig in Hedwig and the Angry Inch (also Boston, San Francisco, The Edinburgh Festival), The Wild Party at Manhattan Theatre Club, the Roundabout's revival of The Foreigner, for which he received a Lucille Lortel Award nomination,The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World at Playwright's Horizon and the revival of Paula Vogel's How I Learned to Drive at Second Stage. For NY's Encores! Series, he was seen as Woof in Hair and Peter in Babes in Arms. He has performed regionally at The Berkshire Theatre Festival, NY Stage and Film, The Guthrie, and The Williamstown Theatre Festival, among others.
On television, Kevin has been seen The Good Wife, Nurse Jackie, Black Box, The
Mentalist , CSI, Modern Family, Franklin and Bash, NCIS, Canterbury's Law, Six Degrees, The Royale, Hope and Faith, Ed, Law and Order, and Law and Order: Criminal Intent. On film he can be seen in Gus Van Sant's I Am Michael, Disney's Mars Needs Moms, Woody Allen's The Curse of the Jade Scorpion, Paul Reiser's The Thing About My Folks, Adrienne Shelley's Sudden Manhattan, One Night, and the documentary, Whether You Like It Or Not: The True Story of Hedwig.
With his New York-based band Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy, Cahoon has played many NYC venues including CBGB's, Don Hill's, Ars Nova, Joe's Pub, and Irving Plaza. He has shared the bill with such artists as Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, and Justin Bond. His debut album Doll received The Out Music Award for Outstanding Debut Recording, a Citation of Merit from Billboard Magazine's World Songwriters Awards, and The Pabst Blue Ribbon Live & Local Award for NYC. Kevin Cahoon and Ghetto Cowboy are a constant presence on Sirius Radio's OutQ and on LOGO's NewNowNext. Cahoon is also featured in the documentary film 'Squeezebox' about NYC's downtown music scene.
As a director, Kevin has worked extensively with the Ars Nova Theatre in NYC, directing Toe Pick! The True Ice Capades of Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding, Grifftopia, and Tastiskank, which went on to win the Aspen Comedy Festival. Kevin also directed 6 consecutive productions for The Bay Area Houston Ballet And Theatre.
Cahoon has been both profiled in media outlets, such as The New York Times, Time Out New York, Paper Magazine, Gotham Magazine's 'It List', The San Francisco Chronicle, The Houston Chronicle, and The Scotsman in Edinburgh.
SIGN UP TODAY!
The class will be held at Cypress Dance Project studios on Saturday, March 4, 2017 beginning at 6 PM.
Spaces for participants are limited so be sure and sign up for your spot right away! However, if you don't get to participate this time, we encourage you to sign up as an observer and take notes. Either way you will benefit from this experience.
The cost for the Masterclass:
$125 for participants
$30 for observers