Musical Theatre Workshops
Introduction to Musical Theatre for students 5 to 13 years old
Fall 2019: “Highlights from Frozen” and “The Best of High School Musical” NOW REGISTERING!
Musical Theater Workshops build skills in singing on key, understanding tempos, acting with full expression & projection, proper breathing and polishing movement as a group. Students will also develop and build improvisational skills through theatre games.
Musical Theatre incorporates acting, singing and dancing, but cannot take the place of a dance class. Musical Theatre students need to be enrolled in a dance class, as Musical Theatre Workshop time is used to set and rehearse choreography, it does not teach dance technique.
Two annual musical theatre workshops are offered each year and culminate in a professional children’s theatre performance in our Black Box Theatre at our Scripps Ranch Location. Faculty from our Dance and Music Departments, provide choreography and vocal coaching for our young actors and actresses. MT2 Workshops are great for 3-6th graders and MT1 provides a perfect introduction for K-2nd!
This Summer, join us for "Musical Theatre Dance Camps!"!
MT1: Front Row Center (Highlights from Frozen)
This class teaches the fundamentals necessary to build a strong foundation. At the end of each semester, students will prepare a themed Informal Presentation.
MT2: Broadway Bound (The Best of High School Musical)
This combination Acting and Singing/Dancing class teaches students techniques for stage acting as well as working as an ensemble. Students will have a more focused exposure the three elements of singing, acting and dancing to prepare a musical theatre “Best Of” show presentation in our Black Box Theatre. This level is our current MT Workshop Classes.
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Intro to Musical Theatre Dance (Ages 7 and Up)- This technique class encourages students to learn the fundamental dance vocabulary necessary for Musical Theatre style dancing. We will be working with basic choreography, flexibility, and developing muscle memory for these movements.