Broadway Bound Presents
A Backstage Pass: Master Classes with our Professional Actors and/ or Directors with a bonus of a special discounted ticket for the production! We’ve chosen a Saturday during each of our upcoming Productions to offer special Master Classes where you will have the opportunity to learn choreography right from the show, audition techniques, improv / comedy, stage combat and an overview of the history on the show and how we created it. You will get the opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be a professional actor and how they landed their roles in the show. With the purchase of the class you will be given a special price on a show ticket for the production.
Pricing: Master Classes are $25 per class and receive $10 off a ticket purchase per each class session purchase.
June – Camelot
Stage Combat – June 1st 9-11AM (Age: 12 and Up) *Session is closed at this time*
Learn some stage combat alongside professional actors! Learn how to safely set up a stage fight as well as learn some tips on sword play. You will learn the history behind stage combat and sword fighting as well as how the tale of Camelot turned into a musical. You will get the opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be a professional actor as well as about how the show came together her in Lancaster.
October – The Will Rogers Follies
Monologues / Acting class – October 26th– 9-11AM (Age 10 and Up)
Work with one of our professional directors along with a professional actor from the show who will work on how to break down a monologue and deliver it in a way that will make you stand out from the rest. You will learn what is a cold read and how to prepare as well as some acting techniques to help you along the way.
December – Holiday Inn
Choreography – December 14th 9-11AM (Age 10 and Up for the Serious Tapper)
Get out your Tap Shoes… A professional actor from the show will teach you original choreography from the show. You will also learn some history on the show, how it began as a beloved movie and turned into a Broadway musical. You will get the opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be a professional actor as well as about how the show came together here in Lancaster.