Improve ALL elements in the Journey from Audition to Performance!
You love Broadway. You love performing. You love the feeling of putting on that costume, the sounds of the set being built, and the “places” call from the stage manager. Jitter and butterflies flood your body. And most of all, you love stepping onto that stage and going on the adventure of your character’s journey – all to an ultimately cheering audience.But – you have the same dream of thousands upon thousands of hopeful performers. So HOW do you get there? Are you good enough? What changes do you need to make, what steps do you need to take?
ALLIE TRIMM, who went on this same journey, successfully transformed that very challenge into huge success. And she is joining ATNY, hosted by Broadway Producer Carl Anthony Tramon, for a one-of-a-kind session!! Allie will coach you through your own song and work on your performance level, while giving you critical tips and tricks. She knows exactly what producers and casting directors are really looking for. Additionally, Allie will give you the inside scoop into the ACTUAL inner workings of the Broadway process, and the best route for you to fully realize your dream.
Alexandria “Allie” Trimm (born October 27, 1994) is an American singer and actress, active on Broadway, in regional theater and on television. She began performing in professional theatre in her native San Diego, California at age nine. Trimm made her Broadway debut in Jason Robert Brown’s 13 THE MUSICAL, playing the role of Patrice from October 5, 2008 through its closing on January 4, 2009. She appeared in 13 earlier in 2008 at Goodspeed Musicals Norma Terris Theatre, Connecticut. She performed the role of Kim MacAfee in the Broadway revival of BYE BYE BIRDIE with John Stamos and Gina Gershon from September 2009 through closing on January 24, 2010. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Trimm was rehearsing the role of Little Mermaid in the upcoming Broadway musical ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME featuring iconic music by Britney Spears!
Join ATNY, Allie, and Carl for an unforgettable and crucially informative Workshop. *If you are currently in ATNY’s 13: The Musical, you are excused from rehearsals to participate in this workshop, so go ahead, register early to ensure a seat. We encourage our 13 cast to participate in this workshop.