“How to Read Music” Class with Anne Allgood

Materials Fee Waived for TPS Members!

Are you a confident actor or dancer, but the thought of learning music for a singing audition makes you cringe?  Are you a stage manager who has to call cues with a music score? Here, back by popular demand, is an opportunity to add an essential skill to your toolbox – The written language of music.

4 sessions in June; 2 hours each.


(“WTF are all these dots and squiggles? HELP!”)

Monday June 3, 10, 17, 24
6:00 – 8:00 PM


(“I played clarinet/sang in a choir/took piano lessons for a couple of years in elementary school; I think I remember things like ‘Every Good Boy Does Fine’ but have no idea what they mean anymore….”)

Tuesday June 4, 11, 18, 25
2:00 – 4:00 PM


Tuition: $200 plus $20 materials fee
Materials fee is WAIVED for TPS members

Location: Anne Allgood’s private studio in Shoreline

Space is extremely limited —
Minimum class size: 4
Maximum: 10

The class will be fast-paced and FUN! There may be some sight-singing IF people want it; however, no one will be under any pressure to sing.  

And there will be treats.

CONTACT: Anne Allgood — AnneTeacher@comcast.net


IMAGE: “Pirates of Penzance” at 5th Avenue Theater, 2013

On Broadway, Anne appeared in The Most Happy Fella, Carousel, The Sound of Music, Beauty and the Beast, and Imaginary Friends. She has toured the U.S. and Europe in Parade, Evita, Floyd Collins, South Pacific, and Urinetown; and has appeared at regional theatres coast to coast. In Seattle, Anne has appeared in over a dozen starring roles at The 5th Avenue Theatre (among them The Old Woman in Candide, Mother Abbess in The Sound of Music, and numerous others), as well as at ACT Theatre where she is a Core Company Member (over a dozen roles, notably the title roles in Mary Stuart and Miss Witherspoon); Seattle Rep (Bad Dates; You Can’t Take it With You; The Constant Wife; Boeing, Boeing; and Luna Gale), Intiman Theatre (Cymbeline, Angels in America, and Wedding Band), Village Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and others.
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