Broadway Triple Threat is a six-day musical theatre summer intensive designed for young actors ages 13 and older. It runs in New York City July 25-30 and in Philadelphia Aug. 8-13.
“We celebrate process and work hard to inspire our young actors to take their craft seriously," said the company's artistic director and former Broadway performer Catherine Cox in a statement. "We feel it’s important that they understand the hard work and dedication that is necessary to become an incredible performer like Sutton Foster.”
Foster will speak to the students about her journey to Broadway and about what it takes to make it in the highly competitive field.
Foster won the Tony Award in 2002 for her performance in Thoroughly Modern Millie. She was nominated for her performances in Little Women, The Drowsy Chaperone and Shrek, and was also seen in Young Frankenstein, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Annie, Grease and Les Miserables.
Past BTT guest artists have included Pulitzer Prize winner Tom Kitt (Next to Normal), Tony Award winner Alex Lacamoire (In the Heights), Stephanie J. Block (Wicked) and Mandy Gonzalez (In the Heights).
Admission to the program is by audition only. For more information, visit www.broadwaytriplethreatnyc.com or email email@example.com.