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Broadway dreams begin at the University of Texas at Austin




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The University of Texas at Austin, in collaboration with Texas State University in San Marcos, is offering the inaugural Texas Musical Theatre Workshop, a three-week, pre-professional summer intensive for high school students exploring a potential career in musical theatre.

The workshop will be held Sunday, June 10, through Saturday, June 30, at the F. Loren Winship Drama Building located at 300 East 23rd St. on the UT campus.

This unique program brings New York’s Broadway talent to Texas, providing students the very best in musical theatre training by industry professionals. Teaching artists include Tony Award-nominated composer Andrew Lippa, director Matt Lenz, Broadway performer Joyce Chittick, and university faculty members.

At the workshop, students work side-by-side with these teaching artists and university faculty members. The program offers studio and master classes in acting, voice, dance, audition technique, and performance.

Registration for the 2012 workshop is under way and is limited to 120 students.

For more information, visit Texas Musical Theatre Workshop, http://texasmusicaltheatreworkshop.com.
 

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