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The Camino Real Playhouse is offering the chance to work with Broadway actor Brian Crum on Saturday, July 9 from 1-4 p.m. on the playhouse main stage. All experience levels are welcome.

To ensure adequate personal attention, the workshop size is limited. Those interested are encouraged to register early to secure a place on the roster. The fee for the workshop is $125. Participants are asked to memorize a two-minute monologue of their choice, a group scene or a short a cappella song for the class. To register, visit

Brian Crum was born in San Diego and left at the age of 17 to join the cast of Wicked, performing in all of the U.S. productions of the show. He’s also performed in Altar BoyzGrease on Broadway, Next to Normal on Broadway, and regional productions including Tarzan, Jesus Christ Superstar and Snapshots. He toured with The Addams Family as Lucas Beineke and most recently as Galileo Figaro in the rock theatrical We Will Rock You, based on the songs of Queen. Crum is now living in Los Angeles and perusing a career in pop music. He can be seen in the acclaimed For the Record series in West Hollywood playing Gatsby in the Baz Luhrmann interpretation, and The Athlete in Dear John Hughes.

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