New York City
The Master Class series is designed by Camp Broadway’s roster of instructors who are veteran Broadway professionals with years of experience teaching young and novice theater enthusiasts, as well as directing and coaching professional performers. Gain insights, learn new skills or hone existing skills in these 90-minute technique classes. All sessions includes warm up, instruction, group photo opportunity, and question & answer session. All workshops can be customized for your group’s age and skill level. Camp Broadway has vetted every instructor for this series, who have also been personally trained by its workshop designer.
For your group:
- $25 per person
- Flat rate: $650
Flat rate applies to groups of 25 or fewer. An accompanist is available for an additional fee of $175 where applicable.
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“Acting is a team sport.”
─ Tony Parise, Artistic Director of Camp Broadway, 42nd Street – Dance Captain and Original Broadway Company
Every moment of this workshop is framed around learning how to open up a line (to get to the goal) and using your teammate (to throw lines to), in order to be fully involved in a scene. Material has been carefully culled from Broadway scripts so that no matter where you are on the stage, you can give specific focus, even when in an ensemble. Students will leave knowing how to embody intimate acting values such as character and emotion, while refining the technical precision of getting the audience to see, hear and understand dialogue on stage.
“When characters can’t talk anymore, they sing. And when they can’t sing anymore, they dance.”
─ Sue Delano, Director of Camp Broadway Dance; My Fair Lady – Pearlie, Mrs. Higgins/Maid on Broadway; Cap21 – Dance Teacher/Choreographer for 11 years
This workshop explores the confluence of Broadway dance styles and how one reflects upon the other, leading participants through classic and contemporary moves. Dancers will stretch their skills, finding ways to use movement to better act and sing, while actors and singers will find a better awareness of how to use their body to communicate. Participants will leave not only with a fluid connection between dance and character, but also with a greater understanding of the deep-rooted history of Broadway dance.
“Singing Broadway brings participants into a professional Broadway music rehearsal.”
–J. Navarro, Camp Broadway Musical Director, Broadway credits include The Apple Tree, Curtains, The House of Blue Leaves, Kinky Boots, Mary Poppins, Next to Normal
During this 90 minute vocal workshop, participants will be immersed in a true Broadway music rehearsal. Participants will learn not only the skills to make the most of their time in a musical rehearsal but will also learn about all the positions in the Music Department of a Broadway show. Young vocalists will have the opportunity to rehearse a musical theater ensemble piece with a Broadway Music Director and experience the excitement that comes with accomplishing the technique.
Improve Your Improv
“Improv teaches us that the well of creativity is always full.”
─ Jonathan Hadley, Jersey Boys
Designed for all ages and skill levels, this workshop is a fun-filled, fast-paced 90 minutes of theatre games and improvisation exercises that will provide participants with the skills needed to stay open and spontaneous. Having toured with Jersey Boys for nearly six years, workshop designer Jonathan Hadley knows how to keep things fresh and to roll with the punches. Through his workshop, get connected to Broadway’s most charismatic characters, while also accessing your own inner well of creativity. Learn how to apply improv’s most fundamental rules and techniques, in rehearsal, performance and in real life!
“How you feel about what a character is like is when you see them for the very first time.”
–Adele Miskie dresser at Motown the Musical
This workshop explores the various components of Theatrical Wardrobe from costume design and construction to dressing. Participants will be taken through the creative process, from initial research and renderings, to the construction of costumes, touching on fabrics, bedazzling, and an introduction to the different members of a costume team. Learn about the intricate choreography that comes with being a Broadway dresser, from presets and quick changes, to managing quick fixes and malfunctions. They will leave with a thorough understanding of costume creation, as well as the different careers available to those interested in the wardrobe world.
“Swordplay‘s instructors are working fight directors, stunt performers and teachers with years of experience in the fields of theatre, film and television, and in the classroom helping actors to master the very techniques they will use on stage and screen.”
–Joe Travers, Swordplay
Camp Broadway is proud to work with Swordplay, New York City’s longest running stage combat school, dedicated to providing training to professional actors in the techniques of safe and effective stage combat. This workshop teaches participants how to master the techniques of safe and effective stage combat. Specialties include punching, slapping, falling, grappling, kicking, and more. If your school is putting on a production that involves combat, you’ll focus on the techniques that fit your group’s needs.