2017 Musical Theatre Intensive at the Madison Theatre
July 6, 2017 - August 5, 2017 | 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. | Monday - Friday | Ages 6 - 18
*Placement Audition Required for new students
Madison Theatre Musical Theatre Intensive will focus on the three elements of musical theatre: singing, acting and dancing. Students will have the opportunity to apply techniques to material performed during the final showcase in the 550 seat main stage Madison Theatre.
Our staff is comprised of hard working professionals who will give one-on-one instruction as well as in group instruction in a positive, fun, and constructive environment. You will experience a variety of workshops with Broadway choreographers, performers, and directors. Our goal is for you to be able to walk away with a deeper connection to the material and gain more confidence on stage; bettering you as a performer and preparing you for auditions. Song selections ranging from Broadway tunes to pop hits are tailored to teach each student showcasing their unique talents. Showcase Performances will be on the final Friday of the program of the main stage of the Madison Theatre. Call times, costume and other details will be given during the intensive.
Program Directors: Angelo Fraboni, David Hibbard, and Kevin Bernard
Past Workshop Instructors Include: Ashley Amber (Evita), Tricia Brouk (Romance and Cigarettes), Ashle' Dawson (So You Think You Can Dance), Lisa Gajda (Chaplin), David Hibbard (Something Rotten), JoAnn Hunter (On a Clear Day), Emily Hsu (Cats, Elf), Aaron Kaburick (Something Rotten, Billy Elliot), Joe Ricci (A View From the Bridge), Sarrah Strimel (Catch Me If You Can), and Ryan VanDenBoom (Something Rotten).
Auditions will begin during our Open House hours on February 12, 25 or March 1, 2017. If you are unable to attend an Open House please call 516.323.4448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
For video submissions please email email@example.com a three-minute video of you singing with Madison Theatre Intensive Audition 17 and your name in the subject line.