The event, which runs from 10 AM–6 PM, will be taught by Performing Arts Project faculty members including Performing Arts Project artistic director Jonathan Bernstein (assistant director, Chicago); performer Grady McLeod Bowman (Billy Eliot, Wonderland, South Pacific); Broadway casting director and producer Dave Clemmons (Wonderland, Driving Miss Daisy, The Boy From Oz); actor Josh Cooke ("Dexter," "Better With You," "Big Day"); Tony nominee Creel (Hair, La Cage aux Folles, Thoroughly Modern Millie); dancer Ryan Kasprzak ("So You Think You Can Dance," Fosse international tour); actor Monica Raymund ("The Good Wife," "Lie to Me"); and producer and Broadway casting director Nikole Vallins (Irving Berlin's White Christmas, Finian’s Rainbow).
In addition to classes, the "New York Series" will also include a faculty panel discussion and Q&A session about the business side of the entertainment industry. Tuition is $250 before Jan. 6, 2012, and applicants must be at least 16-years-old to participate.
The Performing Arts Project is a not-for-profit organization formed by a group of educators and entertainment industry professionals who want to make a difference in the lives of young artists by helping to prepare them for a career in the performing arts.
Pearl Studios is located at 519 8th Avenue, 12th Floor. To register, click here or call Performing Arts Project at (347) 778-1012.