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MUSICAL THEATER NYC

06/12/17 – 07/14/17
(1 - 5 Week Sessions)

Ages 8 – 25

The Musical Broadway Theater program partners with existing major Broadway shows. The current stars of the stage come and teach the students acting, singing, dancing and choreography. All of the classes are instructed by CURRENT Broadway Stars. There is no program like this in the world. Each week focuses in on a different Broadway Show.  At the end of each week you will then also attend that Broadway Show.

Shows: Cats, Chicago, Aladdin, Wicked, Phantom, School of Rock, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Tuition

$699 per week

Tuition Due at Registration: $300

Tuition Balance Deadline: May 1st

Registration Fee: $99

Housing

$499 per week

Housing Due at Registration: $250

Housing Balance Deadline: April 1st

Meal Plan

$275 per week

Meal Plan Due at Registration: 50%

Prices include food & beverages plus sales tax. Only offered to dancers in housing.

Meal Plan Balance Deadline: May 1st

Chaperone Fee

$250 / $300 per dancer

Due at Registration: 
Required for ages 13 and under in housing
(Optional for dancers ages 14+ in housing)
1-3 Weeks: $250
4+ Weeks: $300

Resident Fee

$125 / $250 per dancer

Due at Registration: 

Required for all dancers in housing
1-3 Weeks: $125
4+ Weeks: $250

Broadway Show Fee

$80 per week

Due at Registration: $80

Attending a Broadway show is part of the curriculum for this intensive.

Performance Fee

$25 per week

Due at Registration: $25

Be a part of the Musical Theater NYC Performances!

There are weekly in-studio performances each Friday.

2.5% Processing Fee

For all transactions, a 2.5% processing fee will be applied. Half of processing fee will be due upon registration, other half will be charged on May 1st for final tuition payment.

Joffrey FAQ's

Some of the most common camp questions are answered on the below FAQ.

For more detailed information about our summer dance camps, feel free to check out the following links. Please look this over, and if you still have a question, don’t hesitate to email us at support@joffreyballetschool.com. Our offices are open from 9 am to 6 pm CST.

850west

850 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10025

The West End dormitory resides on the Upper West Side, a short ride on the express train from all studio locations. Located between 101 and 102nd St, the dormitory was recently renovated in the summer of 2014.


33 Beekman St, New York, NY 10083

The PACE Dormitory Residence Hall brings customized, first rate amenities to the heart of New York City’s Financial District. Each floor is staffed with a Resident Advisor.

10 years of age or older to be in Joffrey Ballet School housing. Students under 10 years of age that require housing should attend our Joffrey South Intensive.

We will do our best to honor roommate requests that are completed and remain within the established guidelines.

A dancer may request up to a maximum of three roommates for a total of four dancers in a chain. Please note that all roommate requests must be completed by both sets of parents, at least fourteen days prior to arrival.

Please note that confirmed roommates will be in the same room, but we are unable to accommodate requests for a bunk assignment near another dancer. Dancers are assigned their beds by their Resident Assistants based on numerous factors including medical conditions, sleepwalking, etc. and these assignments may not be changed during the arrival process.

The Joffrey Ballet School is proud to partner with Pace Cafeteria and Panera that serves two hearty kid-friendly meals per day. Enjoy breakfast burritos with veggies, sausage, pepper jack cheese, tomatoes, trail mix with dried fruit, and mixed nuts on the side. Imagine a wonderful grilled herbed chicken breast, a flavor-filled soba noodle salad with edamame and cucumber relish, bok choy, carrot ginger dressing, accompanied by a side of watermelon. The food is delicious and healthy–perfect for the developing dancer. We care about you and your child and have worked very hard to partner with the best food providers in the NYC area.

Pace students will eat at the Pace University Cafeteria

Students in all other building will have their meals catered by Panera.

The Joffrey Ballet School has setup a very simple and orderly housing check in and check out process. Please drop off your dancer Sunday from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM. When picking up your happy dancer please assist your child to be packed and on their way home prior to 12:00 PM Saturday. Please note after check-in that evening the dancers will have a mandatory orientation.

Orientation and arrival times depend on whether or not you will be staying in our housing facilities. Please check the Orientation Times section for full details. Please join us Monday morning at the start of your intensive for the opportunity to meet the JBS Staff and review your schedules.

What to Bring
Your room will fill up quickly; please bring only what you need. Also, keep in mind that items can
be purchased upon arrival at nearby stores.

  1. Bedding: Twin XL Sheets, Blankets, Pillows
  2. Bathroom Essentials: Towels, Shower shoes, hair dryer
  3. Toiletries: Toilet Paper, hand soap, shampoo, body wash, deodorant, toothbrush,
    toothpaste, and other personal toiletry items.
  4. Dance Attire: Dance clothes, shoes, and other related supplies.
  5. Recreational clothes: jeans, t-shirts, swimsuit, sandals, etc.
  6. Electronics: Alarm Clock. Computers, iPods, iPads, and other valuables at your own
    discretion. All dorms are Wi-Fi equipped. Don’t forget to bring the chargers!
  7. Cell Phone: Every student is required to bring or purchase upon arrival, a personal mobile phone. This phone number must be provided to the RAs upon arrival. Students should download Google Maps and Embark NYC.

What Not to Bring
The following items are prohibited in Joffrey housing and may be confiscated if found in your
room.

  1. Toasters, toaster ovens, coffeemaker, or any outside cooking appliance not provided by JBS.
  2. Candles or incense
  3. Space Heaters
  4. Halogen lights
  5. Pets of any kind
  6. Alcohol
  7. Anything that produces a flame/spark, fireworks, sparklers.
  8. When not in use, lighters for your pointe shoes MUST remain in your dance bag.
  9. Drugs, tobacco, including eCigarettes; illegal substances of any nature

There is a Lost and Found table set-up during check-out on Saturday. Please check this section for any misplaced items before you leave. If you realize that you did not make it home with an item, please call Customer Service at +1 888.438.3808 and leave a message describing the missing item(s). All claimed items will be returned C.O.D. Items will be held for two weeks, and after that time they will be donated to charity. Please label all items and make sure that you have all your belongings before leaving. JBS is not responsible for lost or broken items.

We provide a fun, choreographed performance for all dancers attending each session of the intensive.

A performance will be held at the end of each week on Friday at Mary Mount Manhattan College

Week 1: 6.16.17 at 2-5 PM
Week 2: 6.23.17 at 5-8 PM
Week 3: 6.30.17 at 6-9 PM
Week 4: 7.07.17 at 2-5 PM
Week 5: 7.14.17 at 2-5 PM

850 West End

This residence has double and triple occupancy rooms equipped with:

  • Front Desk Staff Present 24/7
  • Bed style: Twin XL, bunked
  • Each bedroom will be furnished with a bed(s), dresser(s), and kitchenette.
  • Wifi
  • A kitchenette
  • Personal thermostat in each apartment.

Pace Housing

  • Bed Style: Twin XL; some rooms have a loft bed.
  • Pace University Security monitors the building 24/7
  • Microwave, refrigerator, cable TV, Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning unit in each room.
  • Window blinds provided

This document lists the most important housing policies. Please refer to the housing manual of your assigned facility for a complete list of rules, policies, and procedures.

We know you are anxious to find out everything you need to know to prepare for your intensive(s) and we cannot wait to share all the details! All dancers are required to complete our Online Pre-Check In form prior to arrival. All dancers will need to DocuSign their Pre-Check In packet, print and bring it with them to orientation/housing check in.

Joffrey Ballet School offers transportation to and from the airport. Our service is significantly more expensive than taking a New York City taxi, so if your dancer feels comfortable taking a taxi, we encourage them to do so. Below is an outline of fees and reflect the price one way. The cost includes tolls and driver’s tip.

Transportation to JFK, LGA, and EWR airports $150

Transportation for all international flights $200

If your student is flying as an Unaccompanied Minor through the airline (and you have already paid the Unaccompanied Minor fee through your airline), please contact:

JBS NYC Airport Transportation Coordinator

(transportation@joffreyballetschool.com)

Joffrey Ballet School can only provide a chaperone to the gate if it is required by the airline. There is an additional $150 fee for this service.

Non-Refundable Tuition and Other Fees

It is the policy of the Center for American Dance / Joffrey Ballet School that all tuition and other fees paid shall not be refunded at any time, regardless of the time of cancellation by the student or student’s parents or guardians or whether the relevant program has commenced. In the event that the relevant program has been cancelled by the Center for American Dance / Joffrey Ballet School, the School will make best efforts to move the student into a substantially similar program; in the event that no such substantially similar program exists, the School will issue a full refund.
In some instances we are able to offer a credit towards a future Joffrey program. The Registration Fee, All Deposits, and all Processing Fees are non-refundable and will be forfeited.
Prior to May 1st, a credit for any remaining tuition and some additional payments may be placed in the dancer’s name to be used the following summer.
After May 1st, all payments are non-refundable unless due to injury or illness certified by a Dr’s. note. A partial credit may be used towards next summer at Joffrey Ballet School’s Discretion.

The Joffrey Ballet School prides itself in taking photos of the dancers that represent their superb experience and will utilize the photos for its website and or marleting and advertisig purposes. Dancers and parents are welcome to take photos of the dance experience. When attending the program you consent to the use of your photography in our website and marketing materials.

We have taken great care in providing superb and exciting weekend and after class activities. Please see our activities page for details.

Joffrey Ballet School
434 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10011
Between 9th and 10th Streets.
3rd, 4th and 5th Floor

Joffrey Dance Center
47-10 Austell Place, Long Island City, NY 11101

Pearl Studios
500 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10018

Note: Please see your Weekly Schedule’s studio assignment for your exact location

Musical Theater NYC

Sample Schedule

 9:30AM – 10:45AM
Ballet / Tap / Vocal

10:45AM -12:15PM
Musical Theater /  Jazz /  Acting / Performance Studies

1:30PM – 3:00PM
Vocal (Aladdin, Wicked or Matilda)

3:15PM – 5:15PM
Performance Studies / Outdoor Acting Class / Tap / Musical Theater or Jazz

You will be emailed a link to your dance schedule. You will receive it a week before your session starts.

Employment

Interns assist the Joffrey Ballet School in the administration of the summer programs. This is a tremendous learning experience. Be ready to work hard and long hours. Interns MUST HAVE AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE! The Joffrey Ballet School is seeking hard-working, ethical, caring, organized, teamwork minded, detail-oriented individuals interested in perusing a career in Arts Administration. Interns would gain valuable experience working within an office environment, assisting with daily operations of the school’s variety of summer programs and supporting the administrative staff with customer assistance.

Joffrey Ballet School seeks hard working and enthusiastic individuals for Head Resident Advisors in New York City, Dallas, San Francisco, and Athens. This is a temporary, full-time position, with live-in and on-call responsibilities. The Head RA is responsible for supervising housing staff and students who are residing in their assigned dormitory during the summer school session. The Head RA will organize transportation of students to and from the dormitory and Joffrey studio locations and activities. The Head RA will organize and supervise staff schedules and work assignments in the dormitory. The Head RA will ensure that all staff schedules, policies, transportation schedules, major disciplinary decisions and scheduled staff meetings are presented to the Director of Resident Life for review and approval. The Head RA will be responsible for communication between their assigned dormitory and Joffrey administrative staff, faculty, students, and parents.

The Resident Assistant (RA) is responsible for assisting students who are staying at Joffrey Ballet School during the summer school session. The Resident Assistant helps dancers feel at home in housing, organize fun activities, problem solve, ensure dancers are following the rules. RAs will also collaborate with the Joffrey administration to ensure the well-being of all residents. Applicants must be able to work within the artistic culture of Joffrey, have the ability to give and receive constructive feedback, be able to problem solve, have excellent verbal and written communication, and have good organizational and analytical skills.
Dance and Residence Life experience preferred. We background check each applicant to ensure the safety of our dancers. Joffrey Ballet School seeks enthusiastic and hard working individuals for several Resident Advisor (RA) positions in New York City, LA, Dallas, San Francisco and Athens. This is a temporary, full-time position with live-in and on-call responsibilities. The RAs report to the Head RA. The RAs manage the daily operations of the Residence Halls and maintain an active leadership role to cultivate a positive and supportive community to the residents. The RAs serve as a role model and resource to students by assisting in artistic and personal growth.

Joffrey Ballet School seeks enthusiastic individuals for several Chaperone positions in New York City, Dallas, LA, San Francisco, Miami, and Athens. This is a temporary, full-time position with live-in and on-call responsibilities. A Chaperone is responsible for supervising 6-8 students ages 12 to 14. Their primary responsibility is babysitting the younger students, including maintaining an evening schedule/bedtime, morning routine, cleaning schedule, and enforcing the rules in the dormitory. Chaperones work with Head Chaperone to ensure that these students are supervised to and from classes, during lunch, on activities, shopping and in the dormitory. Chaperone ensures that students are safe at all times, eating responsibly, and adjusting to housing at JBS.
Applicants must be able to work within the artistic culture of Joffrey, have the ability to give and receive constructive feedback, be able to problem solve, have excellent verbal and written communication, and have good organizational and analytical skills. Dance experience preferred.

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Artistic Director of the NYC Musical Theatre Intensive

Matthew Prescott

Also a NYC Ballet and Pre-Professional Instructor.

Matthew Prescott, born and raised in Idaho, graduated high school from Interlochen Arts Academy and attended the inaugural year of the Joffrey/New School University in New York City. In 2000, he joined the Joffrey Ballet for a number of years before setting out as a freelance artist. Working as a freelancer, Matthew has worked and performed with Donald Byrd’s Spectrum Dance Theater, Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, Ballet NY, Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Amanda Miller, The Suzanne Farrell Ballet, The Alabama Ballet, Armitage Gone! Dance, BalletX, The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Morphoses the Wheeldon Company, and Dance Theatre of Harlem. Matthew was featured in Robert Altman’s film The Company. Matthew has choreographed works performed by Complexions Contemporary Ballet, Chamber Dance Project, the Joffrey Ballet School, BalletX, Interlochen Arts Academy, for Misty Copeland for Prince’s Coming to America 2010 Madison Square Garden performances, as well as the Vail International Dance Festival. Matthew was the Resident Choreographer on the national tour of Billy Elliot as well as performing the roll of Older Billy. Matthew made his Broadway debut on Broadway in the cast of Phantom of the Opera.

www.Matthew-Prescott.com

Associate Director of NYC Musical Theater

Maximilien Baud

Also, an Instructor for the NYC Pre-Professional, Ballet and Jazz Intensives.

Maximilien Baud; Trained at the School of American Ballet for 10 years under the guidance of Peter Martins, Jock Soto, Peter Boal, Olga Kostritzky, and Andrei Kramarevsky. While a student, he performed with the NYC Ballet, and was part of the original cast of two world premieres: Organon by Elliot Feld and Scenes De Ballet by Tony Award winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon.

Mr. Baud began his professional career with the Carolina Ballet under Robert Weiss. There he would work with choreographers such as Lynne Taylor Corbett, Robert Weiss, Damian Woetzel, and Christopher Wheeldon. In 2005, Mr. Baud joined the Pennsylvania Ballet under the directorship of Roy Kaiser and would perform principal roles in ballets by Jerome Robbins, Peter Martins, George Balanchine and many more. In 2009, Mr. Baud had the opportunity to work on the Oscar nominated film for Best Picture, Black Swan, by Darren Aronofsky. In 2010, Mr. Baud would join the national/international tour of Billy Elliot, the Musical performing the role of Older Billy, and was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award for Best Supporting Performer in a Musical. He was in the ensemble of the national tour of Flashdance the Musical based on the iconic 80’s film under the directorship of Tony Award-winning choreographer, Sergio Trujillo. Maximilien has reprised his role of Older Billy in regional productions of Billy Elliot with the MUNY, North Carolina Theater, and the North Shore Music Theater company.

Mr. Baud has had the opportunity to teach at numerous dance studios around the country, as well as coach the young Billy’s from Billy Elliot. Currently, he is on the staff at The Joffrey Ballet School Jazz and Contemporary Trainee program. He helped co-create the Joffrey Ballet School Musical Theater Summer Intensive, where he holds the position of Associate Director. Mr. Baud also serves as a teacher and an adjudicator for Sheer Talent, the international dance competition. While teaching, Mr. Baud enjoys enriching the lives of dancers through discipline and a passion for the arts.

Musical Theater NYC Instructor

Haley Hannah

Haley, a Kansas City native, has been pursuing a career in musical theatre from a young age. She attended the University of Michigan for musical theatre and has been working professionally since graduating in 2010.

Haley performed on Broadway in Bring It On the musical in the ensemble understudying the leading role of Campbell with Tony Award Winning Choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler. She toured in the first national tour of Flashdance the musical, directed and choreographed by Tony Award Nominee, Sergio Trujillo. She performed in the ensemble and understudied the leading role of Alex. She also toured the U.S. and Canada with Bring It On the musical

Regionally, Haley performed the 

role of Annette in Saturday Night Fever at both Ogunquit Playhouse and Gateway Playhouse. Other regional favorites include A Bronx Tale workshop in NYC, directed by Robert Di Nero and Jerry Zaks, and Cutman: a boxing musical at Goodspeed Opera House. 

Haley appeared as a back up singer for Demi Lovato and The Jonas Brothers on ABC and was seen as a back up dancer for Akon and Lonely Island on Comedy Central. 

She can currently be seen this summer in The Last Word in the New York Musical Theatre Festival season at the Duke Theatre on West 42nd Street! 

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Lainie Sakakura

Lainie Sakakura is currently performing in THE KING AND I at Lincoln Center. Trained with San Francisco Ballet 9 years, continued training with Joffrey before joining Ballet Hispanico. Original cast of 6 Broadway shows including FOSSE (dance captain, dance reconstruction); CHITA RIVERA THE DANCER’S LIFE, FLOWER DRUM SONG, Tommy Tune’s THE BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE GOES PUBLIC, and the 1996 and 2015 revivals of THE KING AND I. For her work as a choreographer she has received the Joe A. Callaway Award and Joseph Jefferson Award. Her 28 year teaching career includes: ABT, Joffrey, Jacobs Pillow, NJ Ballet, Lines Ballet, NYU, University of the Arts, Steps NYC, Broadway Dance Center.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Geoff Packard

BROADWAY:  Matilda, Rock of Ages, Phantom of the Opera. NATIONAL TOURS: Wicked, Phantom REGIONAL: Papermill Playhouse’s The Bandstand, Goodman Theatre, Arena Stage, Shakespeare Theatre (DC), Ford’s Theatre, Lookingglass Theatre, Signature Theatre (DC), Huntington Theatre, Court Theatre, BCP, KC Rep, Goodspeed. Geoff received Joseph Jefferson and  Helen Hayes Awards for his portrayal of Candide in Mary Zimmerman’s revival of Bernstein’s Candide. He has sung as a soloist with Detroit, Toronto, Sioux City,and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra’s. BFA from CCM, MFA Directing Candidate at SUNY Stonybrook. On faculty at NY Film Academy. For more, visit www.geoffpackard.com.

NYC Musical Theater

Alison Levenberg

Alison is originally from the U.K. where she trained at Bird College, London, graduating with Distinction. Teaching and nurturing young talent has always been a passion with her main focus on tap and Musical Theatre tap.

Her credits include:

Choreography:

Associate Choreographer, Billy Elliot, UK Tour. Choreographer, Billy Elliot Gateway Playhouse, Long Island NY. Choreographer, Billy Elliot Music Theatre Wichita. Assistant Choreographer, Billy Elliot, Holland. Choreographer, Billy Elliot St. Louis MUNY. Resident Choreographer/Dance Supervisor, US National Tour of Billy Elliot. Gotta Dance, Choreographer for Showstoppers Company.

Broadway/NYC:

“42nd St” Broadway, “Billy Elliot” Dance Captain and Swing, and “Radio City Christmas Spectacular” Radio City Rockette.

Film:

“The Producers”, “Pride” US Dance coach, Spiderman 3, and The Devil Wears Prada.

US Theatre:

“Gershwin’s An American in Paris”, Alley Theatre. Dance Captain for PCLO productions of “The Who’s Tommy”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Grease”, “Oklahoma”, “Carousel”, “42nd St”, “Cats”, “White Christmas”, “Footloose”, Spirit of the Dance”.

UK Theatre:

“Girls on Tap” UK Tour,  Featured tap soloist. “Spirit of the Dance” UK Tour.

TV and other:

Martha Stewart Show, Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade, Ellen Degeneres Show, Dancing with the Stars, All my Children, The Today Show, The Insider. Command performance for President Barack Obama at The White House.

Teaching:

Musical Theatre master classes throughout the US. Tap Audition Intensive program for Stage Door Connections NYC. Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway, Gotta Dance, Central School of Dance and Performing Arts, Norwich (master classes). Alison was awarded the PCLO Julia Deberson Award for outstanding Ensemble member.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Michael Biren

Michael Biren, born and raised in New Jersey, found his love of the arts early on in his life.  Starting his training at 3 years old and being raised by former artists he was constantly involved in theatre and dance throughout his childhood.  Michael attended Muhlenberg College where he continued this study, and after graduating spent seven and a half months touring Asia with a production of Cinderella starring Lea Salonga.  After returning to the states, Michael worked at several regional theaters including Ogunquit Playhouse, Maine State Music Theatre, and Goodspeed Opera House.  He then moved to New York and left again on tour, this time with the National Tour of Billy Elliot, starring Faith Prince, a production that he would eventually become the dance captain for.  Michael toured with Billy Elliot for three years until returning to New York.  Since then he has performed at the Fulton Opera House, Maine State Music Theatre, Riverside Theatre, Goodspeed Opera House, The MUNY, and off-broadway at The Minetta Lane Theatre, as well as helping to re-set several productions of Billy Elliot around the country.  

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Joey Cullinane

Joey Cullinane is thrilled to join the teaching staff at the Joffrey. Credits include: Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Director/Choreographer, Little Theatre on the Square), La Cage Aux Folles (Director/Choreographer, Arundel Barn Playhouse), Young Frankenstein (Co-Director, Red Mountain Theatre), La Cage Aux Folles (Co-Choreographer, Reagle Music Theatre, IRNE Award for Best Choreography), Cinderella (Assistant Choreographer, North Carolina Theatre and Ogunquit Playhouse). Other: Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Paper Mill Playhouse, Hello Dolly National Tour with Sally Struthers.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Tonna Miller

Hailed by the New York Times as “fresh” and “sweet-toned,” and described in Opera News as having a “sugar-tipped soprano,” Tonna Miller is recognized for her “flesh and blood” performances and “natural stage presence.” Recently Ms. Miller sang the role of Marilyn Monroe in the World Premiere of Robert Manno’s Do Not Go Gentle, The Last Days of Dylan and Caitlin Thomas, with Phoenecia Festival of the Voice. Equally at home in the major opera houses of America and on Broadway, Ms. Miller was has been heard at the Metropolitan Opera as Barbarina in Le nozze di Figaro and as the fiery Carlotta Giudicelli in Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera for her Broadway debut. Ms. Miller has been heard as Fortuna in L’incoronazione di Poppea for her Los Angeles Opera debut; in the title role in Patience with New York City Opera; with Houston Grand Opera as Jano in Jenufa and Papagena in Die Zauberflöte; as Nannetta in Falstaff with Glimmerglass Opera, as Naïade in Ariadne auf Naxos with Santa Fe Opera; and as Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier with Michigan Opera Theatre. Ms. Miller recently made her debut at the renowned cabaret venue 54 Below, singing Music of the Marx Brothers.

With New York City Opera, she has been heard as Yum-Yum in The Mikado, Papagena in Die Zauberflöte, Frasquita in Carmen, Helen Niles in Mourning Becomes Electra and as Johanna in Sweeney Todd, where she was recognized as having a “lovely, clear voice” and “connect[ing] with her character’s virginal, conflicted proclivities.” With Opera Theatre of St. Louis, she has performed Wanda in Offenbach’s La Grande-Duchesse de Gerolstein, Polissena in Handel’s Radamisto, and Euridice in Monteverdi’s The Tale of Orpheus. Ms. Miller has sung many recitals for Opera Theatre of St. Louis and has received two career grants from its Richard Gaddes Fund for Opera Singers. Other notable performances have included Aline in The Sorcerer and Offenbach operettas with Bard Summerscape; Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra; Vespina in Haydn’s L’infedeltá delusa with the American Symphony Orchestra; Johanna in Sweeney Todd and Adele in Die Fledermaus with Toledo Opera; Josephine in H.M.S. Pinafore and Yum-Yum with Augusta Opera; both Josephine and Clorinda in La cenerentola for Nashville Opera; Carmina Burana with both the Madison Symphony and Tae Jon Symphony in Korea; and Handel’s Messiah with the Handel & Haydn Society and the Pacific Symphony. Ms. Miller has also performed Singer #1 in Conrad Susa’s controversial 1973 opera, Transformations, La Princesse in L’Enfant et les sortilèges, Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi, Adina in L’Elisir d’amore, Mary Warren in The Crucible and Sofia in Il Signor Bruschino. Ms. Miller has many awards to her credit that include finalist at the Birgit Nilsson Competition; winner of the Fred Mathias Award and finalist at the MacAllister Awards for Opera Singers; grant winner at the Licia Albanese- Puccini Foundation competition; and regional finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.

With over fifteen years’ teaching experience, Ms. Miller maintains an active voice studio in New York City. Ms. Miller’s students have appeared in operas, Broadway musicals, national tours, New York theaters, regional theaters, conservatories and schools. Ms. Miller resides in New York City with her husband and two children.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Michele McConnell

Originally from Indianapolis, Michele McConnell has lived in northern New Jersey for 20 years. She is a graduate of Butler University with a Music Education degree and minors in Speech, Communication, and Theatre. Ms. McConnell’s performance resume includes musical theatre, opera, concert performance, cabaret, professional chorus, and touring productions.

Ms. McConnell has been performing in the Broadway cast of The Phantom of the Opera since February 2010, and performing the starring role of Carlotta since July 2011.  In March 2016, Ms. McConnell played her 1,701st performance in the role, earning the distinction of becoming the actress to play the opera diva for the longest time in the Broadway production.

Highlights of Ms. McConnell’s performing career include the national tour of Camelot with Robert Goulet, New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players at NY City Center, DiCapo Opera, Mobile Opera, Missouri Symphony, and Sacramento Music Circus. She has traveled to over 115 countries performing on luxury cruise ships with her husband of 20 years, baritone Duane McDevitt. Ms. McConnell is a proud member of Actors Equity Association.

In addition to her performance credits, she has been an adjunct faculty member since 2010 in the Music, Dance, & Theatre department at New Jersey City University. Her Master Class resume includes Butler University, Manhattan School of Music, University of Indianapolis, Berklee College of Music, and the On and Off Broadway Company workshops in NYC.

Ms. McConnell is the current President of the Board of Trustees for Skyline Theatre Company in Fair Lawn, NJ.  Serving on the board since 2008, she has worked and volunteered in all areas of the company, from the box office and administration to set production and performance.

Ms. McConnell’s business interests also cross out of the theatre. In 2014, Ms. McConnell accomplished the distinction of being the first Broadway performer to become an Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay, Inc. Her unit of over 50 members spans the country and continues to grow.   Her business accolades with Mary Kay include 6 times on the National Court of Personal Sales, 27 quarters as a “Star Consultant”, the “Triple Crown” award for new directors, and the “Go Give Award” for selfless service towards sister consultants.

Her strongest passions lie in opportunities that allow her to work hands-on to motivate, educate, and inspire others. Her other affiliations include the American Federation of Teachers, National Association of Teachers of Singing, the Butler University Alumni Steering Committee for the Metro New York Area, a lifetime membership of Alpha Phi Fraternity, and she is a 25-year+ member of the American Legion Auxiliary.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Mary K Illes

Mary Illes’s Broadway credits include, The Phantom of the Opera, The Music Man, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Steel Pier and She Loves Me. She played Dona Lucia D’Alvadorez in Goodspeed’s Where’s Charley?, and Mrs. Erlynne in Irish Repertory Theater’s After the Ball.

She has sung with the New Haven Symphony with conductor Gerald Steichen, with members of the Vienna Philharmonic twice at Innsbruck’s Summer Music Festival appearing with Thomas Hampson, and with the All American College Orchestra at Walt Disney World.

She has a private voice studio in New York, working with teenagers through professional adults, focusing on learning strong, healthy, positive technique. Her approach is based in classic time tested techniques emphasizing the voice/body connection.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Ryan Kelly

Ryan Kelly is originally from Connecticut. He attended NYU Tisch School of the Arts for dance. Some credits include: Wicked on Broaday, Wicked 1st, 2nd national tours and also Wicked in Chicago and L.A. Mr. Kelly served as the Universal Swing in Wicked for the last 10 years. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular for four years, Nights on Broadway III, Cats, Sweet Charity, Music Man, and Tokyo Disneyland. Ryan was also the dance captain and assistant for Pippin choreographed by Mark Dendy at the Goodspeed Opera House. TV/Film credits: Saturday Night Live 8 epsisodes, Smurfs movie, Across the Universe, Nurse Jackie, Manhattan Love Story, Mozart in the Jungle, America’s Got Talent, Two and Half Men, Jimmy Fallon, A Night on of too many Stars on Comedy Central. Sleepy’s beds commercial, Sylvania Light Bulbs, Spanish lottery and Mohegan Sun. Ryan has also taught dance and gymnastics all through the U.S over the years and loves to help young artists discover their individuality as performers and supports everyone in a positive way.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Travis Ward-Osborne

Travis, who is originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been training in dance and theatre since the age of four. At fourteen, he left Albuquerque to attend the Walnut Hill School in Natick, Massachusetts where he studied dance and musical theatre. He was then accepted into the musical theatre program at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where he graduated with his BFA in musical theatre. Travis has been living in New York City since 2013 and made his Broadway debut with the company of Aladdin where he has been performing for almost two years.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Marisa Kennedy

Marisa grew up in Washington State where she began dancing at age four. She was named Top 10 in Seattle’s Best Tapper by Savion Glover and won the LA Dance Force scholarship to take classes at Edge Studios in LA. She went on to get her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre from the University of Arizona before moving to New York City to pursue a career as an actor. She has done many regional productions including Hairspray, High School Musical and Urinetown. One of her favorite experiences was the National Tour of Billy Elliot where she served as assistant dance captain. Along with performing, Marisa has choreographed number of shows including Children Of Eden, The Music Man, A Chorus Line and Me and My Girl. She is currently performing in Matilda at the Shubert Theatre.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Charlie Sutton

Charlie is currently a Co-Artistic Director at Working Artist Theater Project. He’s enjoyed an exciting career in ten hit Broadway shows including American in Paris, Kinky Boots, How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, Catch me if you Can, La Cage Aux Folles, The Addams Family, and Wicked. Creative icons from these shows have influenced his use of story telling through movement. Choreography credits include New York premier of Wringer (NYCCT), Young Charles Dickens (NYCCT), The Big Show, (Working Artist Theater), Flesh and Spirit (MMAC Theater), Photography (Dance Film), Sweater Weather (Dance Film), Descent into Madness (Dance Film) and 35 MM.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Lauren Kadel

Lauren Kadel is a Wichita, KS native who resides in New York City. She most recently performed at The Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Will Roger’s Follies. Prior to that she has worked on The Merry Widow assisting Susan Stroman at both The Metropolitan Opera and The Lyric Opera of Chicago. She has toured with Susan Stroman’s Productions of The Producers and Young Frankenstein as Dance Captain and Swing. She also toured with The Wizard of Oz performing as the Dance Captain and Swing and acted as the resident Director and Choreographer. The Wizard of Oz had 12 local children in every city to perform as munchkins and Lauren had the amazing opportunity to help the children learn their on-stage roles and become part of the company. Lauren has remounted original staging for The Producers on tour with Big League Theatricals and for Point Park University. Her other performing credits include: The Honey Taps dancer, American Dance Machine, NY readings of Maverick and Dangerous, Drowsy Chaperone, Legally Blonde and Crazy for You at The Cape Playhouse; The Addams Family and Young Frankenstein at Ogunquit Playhouse, Annie at The Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Guys and Dolls and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at North Shore Music Theatre; 42nd Street at Riverside Theatre and Me and My Girl, Annie Get Your Gun, Oklahoma!, Footloose!, and Goodnews at Music Theatre of Wichita. Lauren studied at the University of California, Irvine for Dance and Drama and went on the 2006 New York Satellite Program. When not performing Lauren is busy auditioning in the city and running her interior decorating business, Apartment CPR. www.apartmentcpr.com @laurenkadel

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Laura Feig

A New York native, Laura Feig trained at the Seiskaya Ballet Academy and later studied with Maggie Black. Laura began her career with the Atlanta Ballet under the direction of John McFall, where she spent ten years, becoming a principal dancer with the company. She has also performed as a member of Morphoses/The Wheeldon Company, The National Ballet of Canada, BalletX, Chautauqua Ballet, and Ballet NY.

Currently, Laura is performing as an original Broadway cast member in Christopher Wheeldon’s “An American in Paris”.  She has also toured the US, Canada, and Japan starring in Twyla Tharp’s “Movin’ Out” in the role of Judy.

Recently, Laura appeared in the Starz original series “Flesh and Bone” as a member of the company.

She has danced principal roles in classics including Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake, Cinderella, The Nutcracker, Coppelia, and Don Quixote, and has performed leading roles in works by Julia Adam, George Balanchine, Val Canaparoli, Matthew Neenan, Michael Pink, Ben Stevenson, Christopher Wheeldon, and Lila York. Ms. Feig has had many roles created for her by choreographers including Christopher Hampson, Edwaard Liang, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Alexei Ratmansky, Margo Sappington and Stan.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Garen Scribner

GAREN SCRIBNER is an independent performing artist based in New York City, currently starring as Jerry Mulligan in the Broadway production of An American in Paris. As a soloist with SF Ballet and later with Nederlands Dans Theater I, he has created and performed leading roles in works by Jiri Kylian, Lightfoot/Leon, Alexander Ekman, Marco Goecke, Christopher Wheeldon, William Forsythe, Wayne McGregor, Jorma Elo, Mark Morris, John Neumeier, Hans Van Manen and George Balanchine. He has toured extensively and performed and taught at engagements throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa. Commercially, he has appeared with Deborah Cox, Les Twins, Santana, Michelle Branch, and Jennifer Lopez. Garen has received awards from the NFAA and the Isadora Duncan Dance Awards organization for his artistry and was recently awarded the John Adams HERO Award for Best Broadway Debut 2015. Mr. Scribner earned a high school diploma from the University of the North Carolina School of the Arts and graduated with honors in May 2011 from St. Mary’s College, earning a B.A. in Liberal Arts while performing with San Francisco Ballet. He is a co-founder of Dance For a Reason (danceFAR.org), which just produced its 4th annual benefit performance in San Francisco for the Cancer Prevention Institute of CA, raising over $400,000 for the organization since 2012. Garen is managed by Victoria Morris and represented by CESD Talent.  www.garen.co / @garenscribner on Twitter/Instagram.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Angelo Soriano

Angelo Soriano, a proud native of the Philippines, pursued his artistic passions at an early age. He began his dance training under the direction of David Rosales and J.P. Christensen (From Broadway’s Cats and Thoroughly Modern Millie) in Central California.  Angelo considers being an alumni student and performer at El Diamanté High School and TCOE Theatre Company a privilege that has lead him to his successful career thus far. He landed his first professional job dancing on a stage in Disneyland in Anaheim, CA. He built quite a reputation there, performing in Disney Channel Rocks, Disney Junior Live Onstage, and Red Car News Boys to name a few. After building much needed experience as a performer, Mr. Soriano moved cross country to the mecca of Musical Theater, New York City. He soon after left to join the company of the National Tour of Flashdance: The Musical. His Broadway debut happened on The New Amsterdam Stage in Aladdin: The Musical where he currently performs eight shows a week as a Swing/Understudy.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Rebecca Prescott

Rebecca Prescott, was born and raised in Idaho. At a very young age she discovered her love of the stage, and upon high school graduation attended college at Boise State University. She received both acting and singing degrees. She was accepted to the Chicago Conservatory of the Performing Arts at Roosevelt University where she earned a Master of Music in Vocal Performance and studied with International Opera Bass-Baritone star, Richard Stilwell. Rebecca is a company member of Eclipse Theatre, VOX3, and Artistic Associate with Chicago Opera Vanguard. Her regional credits include Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Idaho Theatre for Youth, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Chicago Children’s Theatre, Eclipse Theatre, Northlight Theatre, Drury Lane, Mercury Theatre, Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, and Utah Shakespeare Festival. For two holiday seasons she performed as Grandma Who in the National Broadway Tour of the musical How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Rebecca was in the cast of I Love Lucy Show, a Broadway in Chicago production, where she performed Ethel, Dinah Beach, Gertie , and Fern, and understudied the role of Lucy. Winter of 2014 Rebecca performed Trixie Who/understudy Mama Who in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, performed at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago and Madison Square Garden in New York City. Spring 2015 Rebecca performed Morticia in the Jeff Award winning production of The Addams Family. Rebecca is a member of National Association of Teachers of Singing and Actors Equity Association, and on Musical Theatre faculty at The Chicago High School for the Arts.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Chelsea Packard

Chelsea recently appeared in Kristin Chenoweth’s PBS Live Recording of her concert entitled HOME, in which she and Ms. Chenoweth duetted on the song “Enough Is Enough.” BROADWAY/NEW YORK: Wicked (Elphaba understudy); Hands on a Hardbody (Kelli/Heather standby); New York Spectacular @ Radio City (Jenna); Promises, Promises. NATIONAL TOURS: Kristin Chenoweth Some Lessons Learned Album Tour (Featured Cast Member), Wicked (Nessarose Understudy). SELECT REGIONAL: Marriott Lincolnshire: Legally Blonde (Elle Woods); Kansas City Starlight: Aida (Amneris); Buck’s County Playhouse: Meet Me In St. Louis (Esther), Summer of ’42 (Dorothy). Paper Mill Playhouse: A Funny Thing…Forum (Philia); Public Theatre NYC: Rock Bottom. Chelsea and her husband Geoff founded The Broadway Intensive, a series of summer camps that aims to connect students in the Midwest to working Broadway performers.  Check out www.thebroadwayintensive.com.  She studies with world-renowned voice coach Joan Lader and sings with the Grammy-nominated gospel choir, Broadway Inspirational Voices.  Chelsea received her BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan. She is a proud member of Actors Equity. www.chelseapackard.com @chelliebrd.

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Lauren Singerman

Lauren is an actor, teacher, and speech/dialect coach. As an actor, Lauren has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Two River Theater Company, Epic Theatre Ensemble, Cider Mill Playhouse, The Artful Conspirators, Kitchen Theatre Company, The Here & Now, Lark Play Development Center, id Theater, and Project Y, among others. Lauren played super nerd Tori Atherton on All My Children. She co-created, executive produced, and appears in Precious Cargo, a web series set for release in Spring of 2016. She recently wrapped the feature film Drunk Parents, starring Salma Hayek and Alec Baldwin, for which she was Hayek’s speech coach. In addition to coaching actors privately and for film and theater, Lauren has taught at HB Studios and New York Film Academy. BA: Wesleyan University. MFA: Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. Find her online at laurensingerman.com

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Jeremy Stolle

Jeremy is an eight-year veteran of Broadway’s PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. With over 3000 performances, Jeremy has performed as the Phantom, Raoul, and Piangi. Jeremy recently finished the brand new Disney theatricals Pre-Broadway Production of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, directed by Scott Schwartz and written by Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, and Peter Parnel. Jeremy also appears as Jehan on the original cast recording of Hunchback. Other Theater credits include the workshop Production of Broadway’s: A TALE OF TWO CITIES The Musical, Music Theater Wichita’s: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLE, (Trevor Graydon) North Shore Music Theater’s CameloT, (Lionel), multiple national productions of Beauty and the Beast, (Gaston). Jeremy played the title role in Jekyll and Hyde and Scarlet Pimpernel (winner of the Elly Award for “Best Actor in A Musical”). Other memorable roles include Billy Bigalow in Carousel and Tommy in Brigadoon.

Jeremy was recently given the honor to sing the Grand Finale Anthem “Help is on the Way” at the all star Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids/Year-end Concert, THE EASTER BONNET , A year end fundraising celebration where the biggest stars of Broadway and Film gather for one night to celebrate this great organization.

Jeremy has traveled the world singing amazing venues including A Yuletide Celebration with Sylvia McNair and the Indianapolis Symphony, Broadway Stars concert in Taiwan, and twice with The Modesto Symphony Pops, Broadway.com’s national showcase for Blockbuster Musicals and Broadway in Bryant Park. Jeremy also had the honor of starring with the former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg in the New York Press Core Mayors Roast.

Jeremy currently sings nation wide with London’s Premiere Opera Band Amici Bravo and the international Recording Artist Geoff Sewell, (Originally from Amici Forever)

Television Credits Include CBS’, As the World Turns (Patrick), ABC’s All My Children, and FX Channel’s, Rescue Me.

Jeremy would like to Thank his wife and Two Beautiful children for their endless love and support.

www.JeremyStolle.com

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Katelyn Prominski

Katelyn Prominski, of Washington, DC, trained with The Washington School of Ballet and San Francisco Ballet School. She also studied privately with Shirley Bennett and Barbara Walczak. Ms. Prominski was a member of the corps de ballet with the Boston Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, and Suzanne Farrell Ballet, and was frequently looked to for soloist opportunities. She has an extensive knowledge of the Balanchine technique, after performing over 20 of his ballets, most notably, the Strip Tease Girl in Slaughter on 10th Avenue, First Theme/Phlegmatic in The Four Temperaments, and as one of the Three Girls in La Valse. Additionally, she has danced a large classical repertoire including works by Frederick Ashton, John Cranko, August Bournonville, Bronislava Nijinska, Mikko Nissinen, Rudolf Nureyev, and Marius Petipa. Ms. Prominski also had many roles created for her in works by Jorma Elo, Mark Morris, and Helen Pickett. 

Most recently, Ms. Prominski toured North America with Dirty Dancing, the Classic Story On Stage in the ensemble and as the first cover for Penny. She also was in the world premiere of Susan Stroman’s new musical, Little Dancer, at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. She was the lead ballet dancer on the national tour of Flashdance the Musical, and regionally, she performed as The Girl in the Green Dress in Singin in the Rain at The Reagle Music Theatre in Waltham, MA. Her commercial work includes featured dancing in a spoof of Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off for DirecTV and being a gorgeous girl for SodaStream. Ms. Prominski’s master teaching and judging credits include Dance Masters of America, Shake it Off, Broadway Connection, and the Joffrey Ballet School Musical Theater Summer Intensive.

NYC Musical Theater Acting Instructor

Kyle Barisich

A native of Los Gatos, California, Kyle recently played Raoul in the 25th Anniversary cast of the Broadway production of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.  He was a member of the long-running national tour, and played Raoul for both the Los Angeles and final San Francisco engagements.  Regional credits include SOUTH PACIFIC at the Hollywood Bowl, Cinderella’s Prince in INTO THE WOODS, and Barrett in TITANIC.  Kyle co-created the lounge act parody A TOUCH OF VEGAS, which has played to sold-out crowds on both coasts.  Named ‘Mr. USC’ at his alma mater the University of Southern California, he went on to study at the Manhattan School of Music and the Esper Studio, under master acting teacher Bill Esper.  Having studied improv comedy at NYC’s famed Upright Citizens Brigade, Kyle often performs the audience warm-up for ‘LIVE! with Kelly and Michael.’   He is also a published food writer.  Kyle can be seen on TV this season as Hopkins on THE FOLLOWING (Fox).

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Dara Adler

Dara Adler is happy to be back teaching for the summer intensive once again. She has served as Dance Captain for the Phantom of the Opera National Tour as well as Asst. Dance Captain and Ballet Chorus and Swing on Broadway. Previously she performed with the Paul Taylor Dance Company; Radio City Christmas Spectacular; Pennsylvania Ballet performing everything from the classics to Balanchine and beyond; Lincoln Center Festival; Juilliard Opera; Carnegie Hall; and the Katherine Dunham Documentary Project, Library of Congress. Dara has taught master classes throughout the US as well as being on the current faculty at Broadway Dance Center. Today,Dara continues to perform and enjoys a successful career in commercials, print, television and film.

For more see daraadler.com

NYC Musical Theater Instructor

Deanna Doyle

Deanna trained at the School of American Ballet, where she was a full-time and summer session student. She also studied at Feld Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. She performed in New York City Ballet’s The Nutcracker and then joined Kansas City Ballet. Currently, Deanna is performing as Meg Giry in Broadway’s Phantom of the Opera.

Deanna has been in productions of All Shook Up, Oklahoma, Anything Goes, Crazy for You,42nd Street, Drowsy Chaperone, and gave up her ticket to Vegas for Season 8 of So You Think You Can Dance to perform the leading role of Vera in On Your Toes.

Deanna has choreographed productions of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Beauty and the Beast, and The Wizard of Oz. She has had the opportunity to dance for choreographers Josh Bergasse, Warren Carlyle, Ricky Hinds, Spencer Liff, and Josh Prince and has also been seen in national commercials for Twix and Tide as well as print ads for JC Penney, Good Housekeeping, and AT&T. Recently, she was seen in On Your Toes at City Center Encores! followed by Barrington Stage’s On the Town as Ivy Smith, directed by John Rando and choreographed by Josh Bergasse.

When she is not performing, she serves as a judge and instructor at competitions and conventions around the country, as well as a guest faculty member at Broadway Dance Center.

NYC Musical Theater/Jazz Instructor

Caitlin Abraham

Also a NYC Jazz & Contemporary Intensive Instructor.

Broadway: An American in Paris (Dir/Chor Christopher Wheeldon), La Cage aux Folles (Dir. Terry Johnson, Chor. Lynne Page). National Tour: Chicago the Musical (Dir. Scott Faris, Chor. Gary Chryst).  Other favorite credits include: An American in Paris at Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, France, “Cassie” in A Chorus Line at Woodminster Theater (set by Christina Lazo), appearances on the Tony Awards, On The Town at Paper Mill Playhouse (Dir. Bill Berry, Chor. Patti Colombo), as well as working with choreographers Josh Bergasse, Josh Rhodes, Peggy Hickey, Dontee Kiehn and Anne Reinking.  Caitlin films on a continual basis with the Fosse Workshop in New York City, reconstructing and recording Bob Fosse’s original choreography for the archival purposes of the Verdon Fosse Legacy.   In a recent workshop, she was thrilled to perform Sandahl Bergman’s role in “Take Off With Us” from All That Jazz for theater and film producer Harvey Weinstein.

Before her musical theater career, Caitlin was a Soloist at Carolina ballet, where she performed principal roles in masterworks by Balanchine, Robbins, Limon & Taylor-Corbett.  Both the Artistic Director, Robert Weiss, and Guest Resident Choreographer, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, created a number of roles on her.  In addition to live performances, these works have also aired on UNC-TV and been presented at the North Carolina Art Museum.  Favorite roles include: Choleric (The Four Temperaments), Caliope (Apollo), Girl with a Purse (Fancy Free), Iago’s Wife (Moor’s Pavane).  Caitlin has also enjoyed performing to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Amnesty International, and Dancers Responding to AIDS.

Caitlin teaches theater dance, ballet, pointe, audition technique and voice.  Teaching credits include: the Ailey Extension, Joffrey Ballet School, Joffrey Jazz and Contemporary Program, Joffrey Musical Theater Intensive, New York City Dance Alliance, Broadway Connection, Broadway Workshop, Dance Educators of America, OnStage New York and Showstopper.  Caitlin is also a guest teacher and choreographer at schools in the tri-state area and across the US.

For more, please visit www.caitlinabraham.com