Attention Teachers: Take Master Classes from "Smash" and The Visit Stars

News   Attention Teachers: Take Master Classes from "Smash" and The Visit Stars
 
Following last year's sold-out program, the Broadway Teachers Workshop returns with a series of master classes and events featuring a host of Broadway talent including Chita Rivera, Tony Danza, Christian Borle and John Cariani among others.

The Broadway Teachers Workshop is a three-day intensive program. Participants will have the opportunity to attend four Broadway shows (The King and I, An American in Paris, Something Rotten and Kinky Boots), cast discussions, eight workshops and masterclasses with Broadway performers, creative teams and production staff. It is aimed at middle-school, high school and college teachers and directors to facilitate the exchange of ideas and education.

Other special guests slated to feature include Tony nominees and winners David Hyde Pierce, Michael Mayer and Brad Oscar. Broadway music composer David Loud and choreographer Josh Rhodes will also participate.

Each session features a choice of workshops that include: Stage Management, The Art of Criticism, Choreography, Improvisation, Common Core and the Arts, Lesson Plan Builder, Song Interpretation, Directing, Introducing students to the Great American Songbook and more.

Four sessions, held at the Lyric Theatre in New York's theatre district, will be offered over the following dates:
Session A: July 6-8
Session B: July 9-11
Session C: July 13-15
Session D: July 16-18


In addition, a one-day Tech Event and Music Director Intensive will also be offered on July 13. Packages are priced from $649, including entry to four Broadway shows. Single-day workshops are priced from $230.

Participants in the Broadway Teachers Workshop receive a certificate verifying 30 hours of prefessional development training--and, for an additional fee, may elect to earn three graduate credits through the UNLV Theatre department.

For more information on pricing and to register please click here.

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