SOAR: Professional Training Program
SOAR is a truly unique, one-of-a kind program for students ages 13-18 interested in pursuing a career in theatre.
The program is designed to give young performing artists the chance to broaden, deepen, and develop their talents in a uniquely “hands on” way.
Students will be exposed to all aspects of the theatre and have the opportunity to train with and learn from Broadway and Regional Professionals. They will follow the step by step process of what it takes to put up a show with a Regional Broadway theatre. This year, they will be following the full run of DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS. Students will also take master classes from industry professionals and put on their unique New York Style showcase!
This fall’s Professional Training Program will begin August 20th and will end with a showcase on September 28th.
Click on the links below to apply and check out the FAQ section for more information. If you wish for more information contact either Co-Director of Education Katherine Clemons firstname.lastname@example.org or Co-Director of Education Amanda Boldt email@example.com for more information.
They understand the financial requirements for this program may hinder some participants. They have partners offering financial aid to diverse students who need extra assistance. Click HERE for the application for scholarships!
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