Monday, June 23, 2014


Alhambra Dinner Theatre, Artistic Director
Sunday, JULY 13 3:00 p.m. -6:00 p.m.
$25 in Advance/ $30 at Door
Limited Seating-Register Today
TOD BOOTH comes to Stage Aurora Theatrical Company to conduct a Masterclass on Acting, Auditioning, and will also talk about his illuminous career. The fee for the 3-hour masterclass is $25.00. At the door, the masterclass will cost $30.00. Be prepared to perform a monologue or sing a song for Mr. Booth for critical advice and evaluation.




Legendary Stage Director Tod Booth is the Executive Producer/Director of The Alhambra in Jacksonville, Florida.  The Alhambra is the oldest Equity dinner theatre in America.  For the past 25 years, his production company has owned and operated the theatre.  Prior to the Alhambra, Tod was the Executive Producer/Director of Chicago's famed Drury Lane Theatres.  During his Chicago tenure, many times, he had three shows simultaneously on stage in Chicago and several on tour throughout the country.


Mr. Booth has produced/directed over 350 Equity shows featuring many stars of the past, as well as, stars of today and tomorrow.  Musicals are his specialty.  The creative process with the original writers, composers, lyricists, designers, and casts is the most exciting adventure imaginable.  Mr. Booth's name appears as the original producer/director on scripts licensed by both Samuel French and Dramatist Play Service. His original musicals include "Christmas Carole", "One Shining Moment", and "The Four Bills". 


His work on stage, television, and film illustrates a diversity in background and experience.  He has staged major musicals in a concert environment with symphony orchestras and sometimes appears as a solo artist on major projects.   Having served as consultant to state arts councils and the National Endowment for the Arts, he has shared his over 40 years in the business with budding artists.  Mr. Booth is a proud member of Actors' Equity Association, Screen Actors Guild, and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.

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