26jul9:00 am3:00 pm3-Week Intensive Production - Disney's Aladdin, Jr.July 26 - August 13 Monday-Friday 9am-3pm Performance - August 14 1pm

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ARTfactory 2020 Monologue Competition

We are thrilled to announce our winners of the ARTfactory Monologue Competition! Thank you to all who submitted; the competition talent was extremely high and we were honored that so much work and talent was shared with us.

Thank you to our wonderful judges!

Jake David Smith is an actor born and raised in Richmond, Virginia and he is thrilled to be originating the role of Prince Oliver in Between The Lines off-Broadway as soon as live theatre begins again. He most recently made his Broadway debut in Disney’s Frozen. Jake’s favorite regional credits include: Prince Eric in The Little Mermaid, Lewis in Pippin (Musical Theatre Wichita) and Tony in West Side Story (New London Barn Playhouse). BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University.

Anissa is a Broadway and TV actor based in NYC. She grew up in Northern Virginia and graduated from The University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA. Her Broadway credits include : Motown the Musical, Sunset Boulevard starring Glenn Close, and The Donna Summer Musical. And her favorite TV credits include : Pose, The Good Fight, and FBI.

Adam R. Deremer is a theater artist based in New York City, and is currently Artistic Director of Teatro delle Due, an original language Shakespeare company in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. He has a BFA in Theater Arts from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and has been working as a professional actor, director, and theater instructor since 2003. Adam has taught acting at the University of the Arts, the Children’s Aid Society (NYC), various institutions in Italy, and many courses/camps with Pied Piper Theatre, where he actually began as a young actor many years ago! Some recent projects include a staged reading of Lorraine Hansberry’s The Drinking Gourd (Director-NYC); King Lear (Director/Actor-Italy); and ‘Till Birnam Wood, an immersive, sensory experience of Shakespeare’s Macbeth in which the audience is completely blindfolded (Actor/Assistant Director-NYC/New Orleans).