Your one job when you go in to audition?
Tell a great story.
With more than thirty years experience on both sides of the casting table I can help you focus your attention and your tools on that one job.
Forget about impressing them.
Forget about guessing what they want.
Forget about booking... until you book.
(Then you can think about how great that is.)
But, for now?
We're going to get you to tell a really great story.
And you're going to tell it like no one else can.
My specialities? Sure...
acting the song
verse and heightened language
accents and dialects
crafting the physical life of a scene
coaching and producing audition videos
...and so much more...
Location, location, location...
I work both in my home in Washington Heights and in client-rented spaces on the Upper West Side and in Midtown.
Studio spaces I recommend:
Pearl 8th between 35th/36th
I also do remote sessions via FaceTime, Skype, and Google Hangouts. These are particularly good for text analysis, dialect, and on-camera work.
Here’s some of what my clients are saying…
(scroll all the way down for Client News)
Christopher Gurr coaching client Caitlin Kinnunen opens The Prom on Broadway.
Christopher Gurr coaching client Kim Wong opens The Hard Problem at Lincoln Center.
Christopher Gurr coaching client Wally Dunn featured in the national tour of Hello, Dolly!
Christopher Gurr coaching client Mandie Black wraps the 1st National Tour of Something Rotten!
Christopher Gurr coaching client Matt Gibson stars in Goodspeed's new adaptation of A Christmas Carol.
Christopher Gurr coaching client Jacqueline Petroccia stars in Alabama Shakespeare Festival's A Christmas Carol
Christopher Gurr coaching client Paul DeBoy joins world-premiere production of Phelim McAleer’s Ferguson.
Another coaching client success! Yes! Mandie Black to join national tour of Something Rotten.