Enroll Now for SUMMER 2013 by June 25 th and SAVE! (Spaces are limited)
Perform in N.Y.C!!!
July 1st – 20th Broadway Bootcamp- (ages 7-17)
August 5th-16th-Intensive Performing Theatre Workshop!
T.V. ACTING • COMEDY • VOICE • THEATRE DANCE • PRODUCTION
Make this a GREAT SUMMER with MTC!
Do what you love!
Try some new things!
Make this a GREAT SUMMER with MTC!
Why sit on the sidelines this summer? Why not learn the skills you need to actually get on stage and do what you love? Whether an experienced performer or just starting out, MTC students work with theatre professionals committed to giving every child the solid foundation they need to be the best performer they can be!
The atmosphere is professional, positive, nurturing, and fun. That’s when the best learning occurs. We pride ourselves on individual attention, age/level appropriate and exciting classes and a small student–teacher ratio.
- 3 unique programs
- 3 weeks
- July 1st thru July 20th (No classes July 4th)
- NYC performance showcase for full day students!
BROADWAY BOOT CAMP
- Ages 8 – 17
- Monday – Friday
- 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Each day, students will enjoy a rotating schedule that includes:
Voice • Acting • Theatre Dance • Song Interpretation • Comedy Improvisation • TV & Commercial Acting • Audition Technique • Voice-Overs • Make-Up • Production Rehearsal
Students will also have the chance to meet with agents and Broadway actors to get the inside scoop on working in theatre, film, and television!
We’ll celebrate our hard work with a SPLASH at an end-of-session POOL PARTY then cap things off with our grand finale: A one-of-a-kind performance showcase in NYC (Broadway district)!
STAGE DOOR KIDS
- Ages 5-7
- Monday – Friday
- 9 a.m. – noon
Classes in singing, dancing, and acting develop the skills needed to be a well-rounded performer. Students learn how to put it all together as they work with the musical director and director-choreographer to prepare some show-stopping musical production numbers to be performed in our final show!
GLEE GOES BROADWAY
Extend the day to 2 p.m.
By audition, for students enrolled in Stage Door Kids, the afternoon session is dedicated to developing solo performance skills. Lyric analysis, character development, and communicating the meaning of the song are the focus. The students will also learn about developing physical awareness and incorporating staging or choreography to help them deliver an effective performance that will make an audience sit up and take notice!
Glee Goes Broadway students appear in our one-of-a-kind performance showcase in NYC too!
Intensive Performing Theatre Workshop-
August 5th- 16th.–2 Week Intensive ending in final Workshop Presention
Classes will run from 10:00am until 2:00 each day!
Each child will develope a monologue, a scene and 2 performance pieces.
There will be group as well as individual instruction.
The goal is to prepare their individual work to performance level which can be used for auditions as well as our final Showcase and Workshop.
Please call Randy if you would like to schedule an appt.: 973-868-6259
For more information or questions about any of our programs, contact Randy – 973.868.6259 or email@example.com
Scholarship Auditions Offered for Summer Performing Arts Program
Musical Theatre Conservatory will provide tuition assistance for aspiring performers.
Musical Theatre Conservatory is holding scholarship auditions for prospective students for its summer theatre intensive workshop.This three-week performing arts camp located in Livingston is open to young people ages 7-17 and runs from June 25-July 14.
Geared toward developing the complete performer, the program includes classes in acting, theatre dance, vocal technique, and song interpretation as well as stage combat, comedy improvisation, TV/commercials, voice-overs and auditioning. The session culminates with performances in New York City.
“Our goal is quality instruction in a positive, nurturing atmosphere,” offered artistic director Randy Kravitz Elman of West Orange.
The conservatory brings together a faculty of accomplished theatre professionals who are also highly skilled educators. Faculty credits include Broadway and national tours as well as opera houses and concert halls, Off-Broadway, television and radio.
“We also believe so strongly in the value of theatre in young people’s lives that we want everyone to have access,” said Mary Brienza, a partner in the conservatory and South Orange resident. To that end a scholarship fund was established to offer students tuition assistance.
Musical Theatre Conservatory is holding its scholarship auditions by appointment from April 23-June 1. For scheduling and details, call (973) 868-6259.
Visit musicaltheatreconservatory.comto learn more about the program.
‘Spiderman’ Actor to Share Craft with Budding Performers
Local Broadway stars will spend part of the summer teaching at the Musical Theatre Conservatory.
South Orange resident Dwayne Clark is thrilling Broadway audiences eight shows each week in Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark. But between June 25 and July 13 he’ll take time from his busy schedule to share his expertise with aspiring performers as a guest artist with Livingston-based Musical Theatre Conservatory this summer.
“Besides Spiderman, Dwayne has been in a string of great shows – Urinetown, Tarzan, In the Heights,” shared MTC’s artistic director Randy Kravitz Elman. “Our students really get inspired by working up close with someone succeeding in the way they hope to some day.”
Two other local residents with Broadway bona fides are on the Musical Theatre Conservatory summer faculty as well. Steven Ted Beckler of West Orange (Beauty and the Beast, The Producers) teaches Scene Study and Stage Combat. Liz McConahay Wanfried of Westfield (Titanic, The Full Monty, Cabaret) will guide students in Audition Preparation.
“These terrific Broadway professionals are right in our backyard and they’re excited to be working with young people who love theatre,” added Elman. “Our desire with Musical Theatre Conservatory is to give students top-quality performing arts training. Having working artists on the faculty helps insure we meet our goal.”
Young performers interested in working alongside these Broadway mentors can may call Elman at (973) 868-6259. Audiences can enjoy the results when MTC students take the stage in their Summer Showcase at NYC’s Laurie Beechman Theatre on July 14. For information visit musicaltheatreconservatory.com
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