Brandon Logan & Remy Geminario
Brandon Logan (He/Him) is a New York City based Director, Audition Coach and Teaching Artist. Brandon began his career as an Actor, appearing in both the 1st and 2nd National Tours of Broadway’s The Book of Mormon where he garnered glowing reviews for his turn as “The Doctor”. He has also performed at NYC's Signature Theatre, The St. Louis MUNY, The Arvada Center, Florida Studio Theatre, The Marriott Theater and The Olney Theater Center. Having found success on the stage, he is now committed to using his gifts to guide the next generation of Musical Theater performers toward realizing the fullness of their potential both on and off of the stage. Brandon is currently on faculty at both The Broadway Collective and Unity Stage Company (NYC) where he directs and teaches College Audition Prep, Musical Theater Vocal Performance and Acting Techniques. In addition, he has previously taught and/or directed for Northwestern University, The Amy Murphy Studio and Applause New York (Artistic Director). Brandon received his BFA in Musical Theatre from The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where he was awarded the Laurie Beechman Award for Vocal Excellence in Musical Theatre. Proud member of AEA. //
Remy is a NYC based actor and comedian. New York Theatre: More Than All The World (Theatre For The New City), Boys Who Tricked Me (MT Factory), Bradley Cole (FringeNYC Award Winner), When I Started Dating Men (Dixon Place), The Paige Turner Holiday Shows (Laurie Beechman Theatre). Regional: Buyer and Cellar (Florida Studio Theatre, Riverside Theatre, Cardinal Stage Company), Caveman Play (ArtHouse). Film/TV: The Feast of Stephen (dir James Franco), An Actor Unprepared and Living the Dream. Remy voiced the title character in the hit iPhone musical theatre video game Peter Panic by Adult Swim Games. Remy is also a stand up/sketch comic and can be seen at comedy clubs all over the city and at Maude Night at UCB NY and is the creator of TWUNK Comedy (a video sketch platform-check it out on Facebook!)
About the course
In this brand new virtual class, students will work with a rotating list of theatre professionals from New York and Chicago who bring years of expertise helping the actor understand what happens in front of and behind the audition table. From preparing a monologues and sides to tackling brand new material in the audition room, our ATC guest artists will help you prepare for any audition. The final class will culminate in a mock audition with a casting director for students to gain invaluable feedback.