About this event

In this two-hour workshop with Broadway actress and EAG Council Member Jennifer Fouché, students will focus on truth and groundedness in their singing and review some vocal techniques as a means of achieving effective storytelling through song. Each participant will be asked to bring in a song that is 16-32 bars in length and be prepared to work through their chosen piece. We will have an accompanist.

The class will take place in person at Guild Hall. Space is extremely limited! Registration required.

The Episcopal Actors’ Guild is a fully vaccinated facility. Our entire staff is fully vaccinated and boosted.  Everyone entering Guild Hall must be FULLY vaccinated. You are considered fully vaccinated for Covid-19 two weeks (14 days) after you have received a second dose in a two-dose vaccine series or two weeks (14 days) after you have received a single-dose vaccine. We cannot make any exceptions. You will be asked to provide in-person proof of vaccination and present a photo ID at the door and must wear a well-fitted, high-filtration mask (such as an N95, KN95, KF94, or well-fitted surgical mask) at all times while in the space (except for when it is your turn to perform).


About the instructor:

Jennifer Fouché (AEA, SAG-AFTRA, ASCAP)  is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (New York) and the prestigious Academy Company. She is an ensemble member of New York’s critically acclaimed Amoralists Theatre Company, a former member of the Flea Theatre's resident ensemble, The Bats, a member of the Tony Award winning choir, The Broadway Inspirational Voices, and teaching artist. She is best known for her role as Matron Mama Morton in Broadway's CHICAGO, as well as the Broadway National Tour. Other Broadway credits include Chicken and Biscuits and POTUS or Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying To Keep Him Alive, directed by Susan Stroman and Jennifer's third Broadway show this season. Her work in television and film includes Wu Tang: An American SagaJessica JonesQuanticoSMASHThe Mysteries of LauraPerson of Interest, the Sundance Award Winning film, Crown Heights and B Boy Blues. Jennifer is the voice of Dame Stella Nostrella, a recurring character on the PBS animated series, Pinkalicious & Peteriffic.

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