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Tectonic Theater Project Open Master Class and Q & A

Uptown Campus
McWilliams Hall
104
The Lab Theatre is located in room 104 of McWilliams Hall.

Featuring Tectonic Theater Project

MOMENT WORK MASTER CLASS 

With Tulane Alum and Founder of the Tectonic Theater Project Jeffrey LaHoste

Wednesday, February 5th

6-8 p.m.

Lab Theatre

McWilliams Hall, room 104

You are invited to come observe Mr. LaHoste as he works with the Advanced Acting class on Moment Work. Following the Moment Work, Mr. LaHoste will conduct a Q & A about his work with Tectonic. 

 

About JEFFREY LAHOSTE

Jeffrey LaHoste founded Tectonic Theater Project with Moisés Kaufman and has contributed to the development and production of all of Tectonic’s works. In this capacity, he was nominated for a Best Play Tony Award for 33 Variations. He was nominated for an Emmy Award as a writer of the HBO film adaptation of The Laramie Project, which also received a nomination for Outstanding Made for Television Movie. Laramie won the Humanitas Prize, the National Board of Review (Best Film Made for Cable Television) and the GLAAD Media Award, and was the opening night selection of the Sundance Film Festival, before being screened at the Berlin and Deauville Film Festivals. Jeffrey wrote The Very Extraordinary Mr. Law, which was presented at the Colorado New Play Festival in 2017, and is writing a new play, Zephyr. He holds a B.A. from Tulane University and an M.A. from New York University and is a Moment Work Teaching Artist.

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