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Musical Theatre Audition Prep and Song Analysis (ages 13-18)

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Event: Musical Theatre Audition Prep and Song Analysis (ages 13-18)
Venue: Historic Owen Theatre
Day & Time: April 22 - May 27 2024 (Mondays) 6:00-7:30pm (beginners) | 7:30-9:00pm (advanced)

The Branson Regional Arts Council Theatre Conservatory Program is excited to offer SIX WEEK ACTING CLASSES for youth ages 13-18!

Description: Students will workshop two audition musical cuts in a masterclass-type setting, receiving audition feedback and vocal technique aid. Styles covered include Golden Age and Contemporary, reflecting the varying needs in Musical Theater auditions. Students will receive feedback on their headshots and resumes as well as other audition standards. My desire is that students will walk away with two fantastic cuts to set themselves up for success in auditions!

Advanced Class Criteria: Students should have prior performance experience, and/or have taken voice lessons. Juniors or Seniors in high school should sign up for this class unless they have never performed before/are beginners.

Classes begin Monday, April 22nd and occur every Monday for SIX weeks of fun, interactive acting classes with your instructor, Lizzy Horton.

  • WHEN: April 22 - May 27, 2024
  • Mondays, 6:00-7:30pm (Beginners)
  • Mondays, 7:30pm - 9:00pm (Advanced)
  • WHERE: Historic Owen Theatre

Registration Fee includes all 6 weekly sessions:

90 MIN CLASSES - $100 per student

CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 10 STUDENTS! (Registration will end when classes are full)

PLEASE REGISTER EACH CHILD INDIVIDUALLY, REFRESHING THIS FORM EACH TIME

INSTRUCTOR: Lizzy Horton holds a Master in Music in Vocal Performance for Musical Theatre and an Advanced Certificate in Vocal Pedagogy from NYU, and BFA from Belmont University in MT. Lizzy has taught at NYU and College of the Ozarks and maintains a private voice studio. As a Singing Voice Specialist, she works closely with voice clinics, such as the NYU Langone Voice Center in New York, as a part of the rehabilitation team of injured voices. In addition to teaching, she has enjoyed performing regionally across the nation for nearly a decade. Currently, she is performing at Sight and Sound Theatres in Queen Esther. Favorite roles include, Jo in Little Women (BRAC), Girl in Once, and Olive in Spelling Bee.

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