Musical theater workshop takes applications

Students ages 16 to 22 who dream of a life on stage can have the opportunity to work with musical theater professionals at Western Carolina University’s 2011 Triple Arts Broadway Series, to be held July 17 through Aug. 1.

Broadway veterans Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise will lead a two-week workshop where skills in auditioning, dancing, singing and scene interpretation will be developed and honed.

A staff of expert choreographers, vocal teachers and directors will assist in the program.

To register, applicants must submit a registration form along with a $35 fee, a resume, a photographic headshot and a video audition of a song, dance or dramatic performance as well as a letter of recommendation from a non-relative vocal, dance or drama professional.  All accepted applicants are required to provide a non-refundable $250 deposit by April 30.

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