Broadway Studies

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    Adults, come and play! Many of you have raised kids, paid taxes, worked hard, walked your dogs over hills and dales, and now it’s your time to let loose. This unique class is for older adults who love to sing and are inspired to perform Broadway musical theater. Whether you’ve sung opera, musical theater, jazz or you prefer vocalizing in the shower, you will receive expert guidance and support as you perform solos, duets, trios, and larger group numbers.

    Ages: 45 and up | Day and Time: Saturdays, 10:00am-12:30pm & 1:30pm-4:00pm; Tuesdays, 6:30pm-9:00pm
    Fall: Saturdays, September 7-Dec.7 (13 classes); Tuesdays September 3-December 3 (13 classes)
    Winter/Spring: Saturdays, January 11-April 19/26 (14 classes) Full; Tuesdays, January 7-April 15 (14 classes) Full
    Concerts: Joint Performance on Sunday, December 8, 4:00pm
    Saturday AM group – dress rehearsal May 6, performances May 10, 7:00pm and May 11, 4:00pm
    Saturday Pm group – April 5, 7:00 pm, April 6, 4:00pm
    Tuesday Group –  performances April 11, 7:00pm and April 13, 7:00pm

    Tuition: $600/year.  Saturday afternoon (no class October 12 or November 9) is $557/year.  This program is underwritten by a private grant which contributes another 30% toward the cost of tuition.
    Instructors: Faye Nepon, director /Deborah Schmit-Lobis and Ryan Durfee,  musical collaborators

    Do you like Broadway hits? Do you want to perfect an audition piece? Do you like singing with others, or want to gain more self-confidence in performing? In this new course, teens explore and refine great pieces from Broadway, past and present, in a masterclass setting! Participants will prepare favorite solos to polish and perform in a fun and supportive environment. Learn new solo and ensemble numbers for an exciting musical experience!

    Ages: 13-18 | Days: Saturdays | Time 10:30am-11:30am | Fall: September 21-October 26 (6 classes) |Winter: January 11-February 15 (6 classes) | Tuition: $80/term | Instructor: Rachel Fetler

     Oscar Hammerstein described musical theater as “a nightly miracle.” It is truly indigenous American theatrical form, and so audiences continue to be thrilled, entertained, and impassioned night after night, show after show. While musical theater can be traced back to its European roots, the American form has its own lush history and narrative that is as captivating as its productions. Join Faye Nepon for interesting conversations about American Musical Theater, its history, and fascinating development.

    Ages: Adults | Days: Wednesdays | Time: 10:00am-11:00am | Fall: October 9-November 13 (6 classes) | Winter/Spring: February 12-March 19 (6 classes) | Tuition: $60/term| Instructor: Faye Nepon 

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