THE BROADWAY EXPERIENCE
SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOP
HOW TO APPLY SAN FRANCISCO WORKSHOP
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SAN FRANCISCO, USA

February 18-20, 2017 

The Broadway Experience is thrilled to be adding this San Francisco three day workshop to it's regular year round programming. Students from all over the US will now be able to experience the best of what TBE has to offer from it's unique triple threat training ground, to working with incredible New York based teaching artists.

We run two levels based on age and experience beginning with the advanced beginner all the way to the intermediate/advanced student. The Broadway Experience reserves the right to place students where they see fit based on audition assessment.

LEVEL ONE (Ages 11 - 14)

Level one is advanced beginner and offers introductory musical theatre classes for students with a limited amount of experience. We individually place each student and aim to support, nurture, and challenge each individual accordingly. This level is focussed on taking the first steps to becoming a triple threat musical theatre performer. 

LEVEL TWO (Ages 15 - 18)

Level two is intermediate/advanced and allows students to enter into the next level of training. Classes become more demanding as students work intensively to refine their skills as young artists. They are required to work at a much faster pace, often having little time to learn choreography, music, or sides. Students will be given a taste of the professional world of musical theatre and should expect to be fully challenged. 

OPPORTUNITIES (including but not limited to)

Beginning everyday with a full body warm up consisting of ballet, jazz, & modern based exercises. 

Theatre dance classes in various Broadway dance styles paralleling the current demand of the professional world. Repertoire choices extend from the golden age of musical theater up to present day choreography.

Dance and Song classes.

Group voice/choral work.

Solo repertoire.

Song Interpretation class.

Diction.

Acting technique classes including but not limited to Meisner & Chekov.

Scene study.

Improvisation.

Audition study helping one understand the audition process and how to present oneself.

Lunch is catered every day.

Receive your very own TBE T-shirt!

Students must have at least two years of experience in dance, voice, or acting in order to apply to The Broadway Experience workshops.