2021 Online One-On-One Classes

One-on-One Online Sessions 

Email today to inquire and/or sign up. Artists are standing by. 

Sessions are on going. 

The schedule is flexible. Sessions recur weekly and can happen anytime between 10 AM and 9 PM Monday - Sunday. All sessions will be facilitated using Zoom video chat services. 


Connect, Relate, Create

One-on-One online sessions for artists.

Maybe you want to find and work a new monologue or song, maybe you have questions about a writing your first script, maybe you have questions about producing your work, maybe you want to read a few scenes of Shakespeare, maybe you need a fight scene for a YouTube movie you’re filming, maybe you want to talk about art in general, maybe you want to talk about art in our province, or maybe you just want to talk about your favorite play or movie or actor or sandwich. We have an artist who’d love to lend you a creative ear. 

These one-on-one sessions are for you and your ideas, a sort of creative gymnasium where you can bounce around all of your artistic thoughts and concepts. 

Here are a few ideas...

  • Acting
  • Preparing for a role
  • Making choices
  • Skill building
  • Skill refining
  • Monologues (working them; finding them)
  • Auditions
  • Finding work
  • Creating work
  • Directing
  • Script Writing
  • Script analysis
  • Read a script together
  • Shakespeare
  • Improv
  • Stage combat
  • Musical Theatre
  • Singing
  • Choreography
  • Stand up comedy
  • Joke writing
  • Storytelling
  • Grants/Finding funding
  • Career choices/questions/concerns
  • Producing choices/questions/concerns
  • How to get inspired
  • How to stay inspired

How to Register

Email theatreschool@globetheatrelive.com to reserve your spot or if you have any questions/inquiries. 

When registering please request a couple of options for date and time that work for your schedule. Also, mention if there's something specific you're hoping to focus on. 

All ideas are welcome.

Meet the Instructors


Munish Sharma is an actor, writer, and dancer.
Originally from Saskatchewan, Munish has called Vancouver home for over a decade. A Jessie award nominee and a Vancouver Fringe Festival winner.  Munish is currently working on his second show, Danceboy.
Recent credits include; A Thousand Splendid Suns(Arts Club), All's Well that Ends Well(Bard on the Beach), The Orchard(After Chekhov)(Arts Club), The Matchmaker(Arts Club), Bombay Black(Raghupriya Arts and Culture),
Victim Impact(Theatre Conspiracy).

Munish teaches One-on-One Online Sessions.

Tahirih Vejdani (She/her) is a Toronto-based multi-disciplinary artist originally from Regina, Saskatchewan. She works as an actor, singer, music educator, songwriter and choral conductor. Tahirih holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Regina with a double major in Vocal Performance and Music History.

As a performer, Tahirih has appeared in shows across Canada and the US including: HMS Pinafore, Treasure Island, The Pirates of Penzance, Elektra (Stratford Shakespeare Festival); Portia’s Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in the Ruff); The Men in White (Factory Theatre); Taming of the Shrew (Driftwood Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing (Tarragon Theatre); The Jungle Book (Young Peoples Theatre/Kidoons/Cleveland Playhouse Square); The Hobbit, Shrek The Musical, Honk! A Musical Tale of the Ugly Duckling (Globe Theatre); Paradise Lost (Summerworks Festival); Shakespeare Meets Hip Hop (Shakespeare in Action). Select film/TV credits: Kim’s Convenience, Receiver, Let it Snow, InSecurity. Tahirih has sung professionally with The Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Elmer Iseler Singers, Sing! Festival Singers, the BlackCreek Festival Chorus and is a resident musician at First Unitarian.

When she is not performing, Tahirih spends a lot of her time working as an educator and conductor. She conducts the Regent Park School of Music choirs in Regent Park and Jane and Finch, and has led the Nai Childrens Choir, Toronto World Unity Choir, Echo Women’s Choir, Florivox Women’s Choir and Univox Choir. Tahirih teaches an ensemble-singing course at the Center for Indigenous Theatre and is a vocal tutorial instructor at Sheridan’s Bachelor of Musical Theatre program.


Tahirih teaches One-on-One Online Sessions. 

Interested in teaching?

Contact the Box Office at boxoffice@globetheatrelive.com

For more information, contact us.

By Phone: 
Call the Globe Theatre Box Office
306.525.6400 or 866.954.5623


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