“To be or not to be”. . . . it’s the difference between having good acting technique and being confident or indecisive and awkward. What is taught are the basic elements & skills such as: cold readings, stage movement, stage terminology, monologues, improvisation, learning to focus, pantomime, space relationships on stage and so much more. They will perform a showcase at the end of the year for family and friends.
Ages 8 to 17
(Class length is 1 hr. Cost is $15 per class)
Only Broadway Bound offers this highly “unique” and innovative program. Students enrolled in the musical comedy program learn: improvisation, pantomime, spacial relationships, monologues, basic dance movements, singing and work on production numbers that they might be exposed to in their local schools or in talent shows. For the money, this program offers the finest training in musical theater anywhere. We have grown tremendously because of this program because it also teaches students to be involved and have fun learning skills that will help them in all walks of life. They also gain a great deal of self motivation and self confidence in this class.
Ages 8 to 16
(Class length is 1hr. & 15 min. Cost is $18.75 per class)
MUSICAL COMEDY THEATRICAL WORKSHOP
The “Broadway Bound Young Peoples Musical Comedy Workshop” program is a 4-month program that presents a completely original musical for thousands of school children and for general audiences.
Rehearsals begin the end of October and run through the end of February. Students rehearse after school on Fridays from 5pm to 7pm initially. After a few weeks, Saturday rehearsals from approximately 3pm to 6pm will be added.
Most importantly, this group is a Family!
We support one another, share memories, laugh hard and dream BIG! We are a one of a kind program!
The “Broadway Bound Young Peoples Musical Comedy Workshop” is a non-profit N.J. Performing Arts Program.
However, there is a tuition of $1,100.00 for the 4 months payable in installments to meet the production cost of such an extensive program.
Ages 8 to 16