What You'll Get
- $295 for 15 weeks of musical theatre training, head shots, and a role in a performance of High School Musical at Premier Musical Theatre ($499 value)
Students ages 5 to 18 study voice, dance, acting, improvisation, and musical theatre with industry professionals for three months. They also get the chance to rehearse and perform in a production of High School Musical. The training includes a visit from one of the former Broadway or National Tour cast members of High School Musical. See the rehearsal schedules for Agoura Hills, Sherman Oaks, and Pasadena.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Online registration required. Valid for performers ages 5-18. May not be combined with any other promotional offers. Must pay a small costume fee and must sign waiver prior to beginning the program. Training program runs 1/4 or 1/5-3/29 or 3/30/2014. Students learn Voice, Dance, Acting, Improvisation, and Musical Theatre. Group A is for ages 5-8 years of age; Group B is for ages 9-18. Performance at the end of the program. Tickets sold separately. Rehearsal Locations are Subject to Change. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Premier Musical Theatre
More than just a training program, Premier Musical Theatre aims to prepare students for professional careers in the musical-theater industry while supporting their growth as artists. The instructors—all of whom are working professionals in their field—consider each student individually, helping them develop their unique strengths over the course of the 15-week training. The sessions culminate in a full musical-theater production that gives students a chance to show off in front of casting directors. Though students are expected to take their work seriously, no prior experience is required, and applicants don't have to take part in auditions or Pippin trivia contests to get in.