Tuition for each production covers the following:
*2-3 months of training with professional actors, vocal and choreography instructors in all aspects of Musical Theatre
*professional sound and lighting technicians
*promotional material for production
*specialized back drops, scene design and props
Tuition varies depending on the demands of each production.
1. Payment can be made in three installments. ($210: May 10th, $110 June 10th and $110 July 10th )
We are offering four options:
Option 1 Sell $840 worth of tickets*
Option 2 Sell $200 worth of tickets and pay $250.00*
Option 3 Sell $200 worth of tickets and sell $250.00 in playbill ads*
Option 4 Sell $500 worth of playbill ads*
(*AOO only gets a portion of ticket sales…split with Capitol Theatre for theatre cost*)
All options include the following:
One: eight (8) hour day in set construction or painting
One: four (4) hour day in marketing to specific areas (handing out cards, hanging posters in businesses, etc.
An active credit card on file with Audience of One Productions.
Should the “sweat equity” agreement not be fulfilled, the remaining balance of tuition would be applied to the credit card.
Example: participant agrees to option 1, but only sells $500 in tickets, the remaining $340 would be charged to the credit card.
($840 minus $500 in ticket sales….leaves $340 tuition balance)
Angie Dee is the Founder and Director of Audience of One Productions. Having the honor of directing in this amazing venue is a dream come true for Angie. Some of the highlights of her acting career: Wicked Witch of The West in The Wizards of Oz, Spokesperson Model, TV and Commercial work, voiceover work and Improv Tour Company. Although she took a break from acting for a career as a Neuromuscular Therapist for the past 20 years, Angie enjoyed teaching drama and theatre class. She has written and directed many original plays before moving into Musical Theatre Productions.
In the summer of 2015 AOO began with Into the Woods, followed by sold out productions of: Beauty and the Beast, A Christmas Carol Musical and most recently a highly acclaimed Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Capitol Theatre has become home to Audience of One and Angie could not be more excited for the future. 2018 Season: Singin’ in the Rain, Little Women the Broadway Musical, Seussical Jr. West Side Story, Winter Show: TBD
We are so very thankful to have Mrs. Lena Boyd. She directed Peter Pan Jr. and is returning for Seussical Jr. Lena stepped in as Musical Director for A Christmas Carol the Broadway Musical and is currently co directing Music for Annie. We look forward collaborating with Lena on many Broadway Productions at AOO.
Jenny Youngman is a classically trained vocalist and pianist, a singer/songwriter, an author, and currently serves Providence Church in Mount Juliet as the worship pastor. For twenty years, Jenny has taught voice lessons, organized and led youth choirs, and been the music director for her church’s worship teams. Jenny is passionate about seeing young people find their voices and discover their God-given gifts. Her latest book is Scrambled Starts: Family Prayers for Morning, Bedtime, and Everything in Between (Upper Room Books). She has also released two full-length albums: Glimpse of Glory and The Girl with Good Intentions.
Rebecca Poole was trained classically from a young age, and continued her study at The School of Nashville Ballet, Vanderbilt Dance Program, and various summer intensive studies such as North Carolina Dance Theatre and Nashville Ballet. While a student, she was selected to perform with the Nashville Ballet Youth Ensemble and Vanderbilt Dance Theatre. Upon graduation from high school, Rebecca began her professional career with Dance Theatre of Tennessee until a third knee injury and surgery led her to resign. She continued her dance studies as a dance minor and performed with MTSU Dance Theatre. After graduation from MTSU, Rebecca began a career as a professional Ballroom Dancer and instructor.
Rebecca is passionate about sharing the gift of dance, because she knows it is given from God. She has been blessed to not only share in the United States, but abroad as well. Her first experience teaching ballet internationally was in 2011 on a mission trip to Haiti with the organization myLIFEspeaks. In 2014 Rebecca studied abroad independently in Uganda, where she taught ballet and photography classes at a school and home for orphaned children. She loves how God uses dance to break down language and cultural barriers and allows people to connect, celebrate, and worship together as children of God.
Having been described by her last voice teacher as a “freak of nature” for her expansive vocal range, Katharine Boettcher’s career has spanned from television and musical theater to concert and oratorio. She is a graduate of the University of Alabama with a degree in Vocal Performance and a minor in theatre. While living in New York, she studied with Metropolitan Opera renowned soprano, Suzanne Marsee. Katharine has had the privilege of singing in concert throughout Europe with many world-class musicians and orchestras. She also enjoys an extensive career as a musical theatre performer, choreographer and director here in Nashville. Some of her favorite roles Anita – West Side Story, Mrs. Lovetts – Sweeney Todd, The Witch – Into the Woods, Lady Thiang – The King and I and most recently as Sister Hubert – Nunsense and last summer was seen as Ursula, in Circle Players Regional premiere of Disney’s The Little Mermaid. This season she can be seen as Mrs. Brill and The Bird Woman in Disney’s Mary Poppins at the Keeton Theatre and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang as the Baroness at Expression City. In her spare time Katharine owns, and operates a thriving voice and acting studio in Mount Juliet where she lives with her husband Dr. John Ray. A&F.
Cameron is honored to be teaching a group of such passionate and intentional storytellers alongside a magnificent group of instructors. Nothing makes his heart come more alive than a community embracing the risk of vulnerability and experiencing the joy of being known.After graduating valedictorian from Lipscomb University with a degree in Molecular Biology, Cameron decided to give up becoming a physician to pursue his dreams of storytelling. In the past 3 years, he has been on Discovery Channel’s Dead Silent and Homicide Hunter series, won the first ever “Triple Threat” award on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show on CBS, spent a summer performing as a dancer/singer at a theme park in Cologne, Germany, and choreographed and starred in music videos for artists such as Hunter Hayes, The Brothers Osborne, and Britt Nicole. Some of his favorite musical roles have been Curly in Oklahoma!, Tarzan in Tarzan The Musical, Jamie and Kathy in the Last 5 Years, Prince Eric in the Little Mermaid, Perchik in Fiddler on the Roof, Corny Collins in Hairspray, Moonface Martin in Anything Goes, Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and Jimmy in Reefer Madness. He is currently in Part of the Plan, a new musical being produced by Broadway producers and directors that will have it’s World Premiere as part of TPAC’s Broadway series September 10th in Nashville.Apart from musical theatre, Cameron writes and records music and produces short films under the name Cam Tru. Check out his music video/short film Letting Go that recently released! facebook.com/camtrumusic
Instagram: @camerongilliam @camtrumusic
Hatty King, a freshman Musical Theatre major at Lipscomb University, is thrilled to be a part of this incredible teaching team, working with such passionate and talented performers.She discovered her passion for theatre while playing her first lead role in a musical when she was 14, and she has pursued storytelling ever since. Some credits include Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Jo March (Little Women), Narrator (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat). This fall, she is in the cast of Nashville Repertory Theatre’s Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. She has been awarded Best Actress in a Musical in the 2016 Broadway World Nashville Awards for her role of Ariel is Circle Players’ Little Mermaid. She won Best Actress in a Musical in the 2017 Nashville Spotlight Awards for her role of Jo March in Lipscomb Academy’s Little Women, which led to her attending the 2017 Jimmy Awards in New York where she was named as a finalist for Best Actress in a Musical. To Hatty, there is no greater joy than the honesty and vulnerability that comes from telling stories. She wants to thank Angie for cultivating a safe space for art to flourish.