A Master Class with Allan Corduner

Allan Corduner, an internationally renowned actor, is best known for his role in the Oscar-winning movie, “Topsy-Turvy.” He is currently starring in the critically-acclaimed Broadway revival of “My Fair Lady.” His Master Class, taking place on Monday, April 30, 2018 at Theatre Row, New York City, will provide an opportunity to explore voice technique for stage, screen, and voiceover.

Participants will learn the basics of preparing for auditions, developing a character, and exploring vocal possibilities for audiobooks, radio, podcasts, and interviews. Participants are expected to prepare a short piece of text of their choice to work on. All ages and levels of theatrical experience encouraged. Space is limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Pre-registration is required in order to participate, and can be done online at http://unitedsolo.org/us/uedu — there you will find more details available as well. Sign up now!


Allan Corduner is known to audiences from his stage, film, and voiceover work. He is currently starring as Colonel Pickering in “My Fair Lady” on Broadway. His theatre credits include: “Murder On The Orient Express” (McCarter, Princeton), “Showboat” (The Sheffield Crucible), “Passion” (Donmar Warehouse), “Hello Dolly!” (Regent’s Park), “A View from the Bridge” (Duke of York’s), “The Birthday Party” (Princeton), “Two Thousand Years” (National Theatre), “Fucking Games,” “Three Birds Alighting on a Field,” “Icecream and No End of Blame” (Royal Court), “Titanic” (Broadway), “Rosmersholm” (Young Vic), “Marya” (Old Vic), “Serious Money” (Royal Court, Wyndham’s and Broadway), “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (New Shakespeare Company). Television includes: “Da Vinci’s Demons,” “Call the Midwife,” “Fearless,” “Homeland,” “The Collection,” “Utopia,” “Spies of Warsaw,” “Dancing on the Edge,” “Midsomer Murders,” “Exile,” “Zen,” “Lennon Naked,” “The Last Days of The Raj,” “Schama’s Power of Art,” “Heartbeat,” “Friends and Crocodiles,” “The Last Detective,” “Trust,” “Foyle’s War,” “The Way We Live Now,” “Fat Friends,” “Paris,” “Mad About You,” “Nostromo,” “Nobody’s Children,” “Inspector Morse,” “Girls On Top,” “Antonia and Jane,” “Mandela,” “Freud.” Films include: “Topsy-Turvy,” “Operation Finale,” “Miss Dalí,” “Disobedience,” “Florence Foster Jenkins,” “Woman In Gold,” “The Sweeney,” “Burke and Hare,” “Defiance,” “Fred Claus,” “The White Countess,” “The Merchant of Venice,” “Vera Drake,” “Food of Love,” “Moonlight Mile,” “The Grey Zone,” “Joe Gould’s Secret,” “The Impostors,” “Heart of Darkness,” “Edward II,” “Talk Radio,” “Shadowmakers,” “Yentl.” Allan is also a familiar voice to audiobook listeners, with titles such as “Anna And The Swallow Man” (Winner of the Odyssey Award for Best Audiobook 2016), and “The Book Thief” (Winner of the Audiofile Earphones Award), “Magpie Murders,” “Inkdeath,” and many video games including “Bloodborne” and “Harry Potter.” As a special guest at the United Solo Gala in 2012, Mr. Corduner presented awards to artists performing at the festival. Mr. Corduner is a member of the United Solo Academy, and recommends artists and shows included in the United Solo Festival at Theatre Row in New York City.

“It’s hard enough being an actor but I think to be a solo performer you have to be absolutely driven, and have a burning desire. It’s incurably brave for people to stand on their own and say something. That’s definitely something to celebrate” said Allan Corduner at the United Solo Gala.
Register for the class at http://unitedsolo.org/us/uedu