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A NOTE FROM THE ARTISTIC DIRECTOR...

Catherine-Cox-3This summer, our goal is to create a fun, intense and inspiring environment that celebrates the collaborative art and process of musical theater. Specifically, we've designed this program to be more interdisciplinary than others. Our faculty of Broadway professionalsis committed to helping you fully integrate singing, dancing and acting in order to tell the story. And that's what I believe musicals are all about... telling the story.

 We'll help you hone your technique in a safe, nurturing environmentand provide you with practical "insider" tips. Whatever goals you hope to achieve as a performer, we will take into account your individual experience and push you to a new level.

So go beyond your comfort zone, come to New York City, the musical capital of the world, learn from Broadway professionals who've been there and start to become a Broadway Triple Threat. Hope to see you this summer!

Catherine Cox
Artistic Director, Broadway Triple Threat

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Broadway triple threat is a highly acclaimed one-week musical theater intensive for young talent who want to step out of the chorus and into the spotlight through intensive training with leading Broadway professionals.  Our highly focused program is designed for young actors ages 12-15 and 16 & up who want to advance their talent and artistry in singing dancing and acting.  (Admission is by audition only.)

Small classes assure individualized attention, while a supportive and respectful ensemble atmosphere encourages confidence in stretching creative abilities and taking on new challenges.  Students who feel strong in one discipline but who may wish to enhance or gain confidence in another area will particularly benefit from this well-rounded program.

Learning from Broadway veterans helps to instill the craft and conviction required to fully express and project a character through song, dance and acting.  Gifted teachers will help students to interpret the intentions and nuances of book, lyrics and dance steps to create complete characterization.  Always present is a sense of the joy, passion and satisfaction that accompanies musical theater performance when the actor successfully tells the story.

CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

SINGING

DANCING

ACTING

AUDITION TECHNIQUES

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