THE SCHOOL AT MMT

MUSICAL THEATRE

 WHETHER TRAINING FOR A CAREER AS A PROFESSIONAL PERFORMER, OR LOOKING TO BUILD CONCENTRATION AND DISCIPLINE, OR EXPERIENCE CREATIVE SELF EXPRESSION  - MMT EMBRACES ALL ASPIRATIONS. MUSICAL THEATRE STUDENTS ARE ORGANIZED BY AGE AND WE ENCOURAGE OUR INSTRUCTORS TO DIFFERENTIATE BASED ON ABILITY TO ENSURE THAT EVERYONE CONTINUES TO GROW AT THEIR OWN LEVEL.

 

2022 FALL SESSION  SEPTEMBER 19 - DECEMBER 5

Instructor: LUCINDA FISHER

FAIRY TALES & FABLES

Ages 5 - 7 
MONDAY  4:00 PM - 5:00PM
$350/ student 

Any and all fairytales and fables! Come join Molly as we sing, dance, and act our way through a magical fairytale. We will explore movement and voice through fun theatrical games and exercises. All you need to bring is your imagination and your talent. See you there!

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Instructor: MOLLY LOGAN

YOUTH ON BROADWAY

Ages 8 - 11 
MONDAY 5:00PM - 6:00PM
$350/ student 

Students will learn and apply practical performing techniques to successfully audition, rehearse,

and collaborate. This will range from preparing a 16-bar song cut, to composing a resumé, building vocal stamina, choreography, building confidence in solo work, and singing with a group ensemble. This course will culminate in a final presentation to showcase newly acquired skills in a performance themed “Youth on Broadway”. Our performance will feature songs, dances, and scene work from popular and contemporary musicals performed on Broadway.

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Instructor: MOLLY LOGAN

CLASSICS & CONTEMPORARIES

Ages 12 - 17
MONDAY 5:00PM - 6:00PM
$350/ student 
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Gain exposure to different eras of musical theatre from the classics to the contemporary shows. Build your confidence and your book with age-appropriate 16 and 32-bar-cuts showcasing your vocal range and personality. Examine the history, analyze songs, study scenes, and work as an ensemble to create a unique revue.
Instructor: ANNA HENTZ

LET'S PUT ON A SHOW

Ages 11 - 17
MONDAY 6:00PM - 7:00PM
$350/ student 
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Explore the creative process from writing a script to performing on stage. Read and explore monologues, scenes, and One Act plays. Work collaboratively to write an original play or stage a scripted play. Learn performing techniques and character development as you work as an ensemble to put on a show.
Instructor: ANNA HENTZ

COSTUMING 101

WEDNESDAY 4:00PM - 5:00PM                                                   $350/ student

This class introduces the principles and terminology used in the process of designing costumes for the stage. Class assignments will develop skills in costume design and focus on specific elements of design, variety, characterization, and stylization. Assignments and projects will emphasize different aspects of costume design, focusing on research character exploration and visual concept, as well as learning practical aspects of production: use fabric and crafts, costume construction, paper work, and effective communication skills in design presentation.

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Instructor: JORDAN BRENNAN

SEWING 101

WEDNESDAY 5:00PM - 6:00PM                                                   $350/ student

Curious about sewing but have found the task daunting? This class will demystify the sewing machine and set you up for sewing success! You will learn the components of a sewing machine, terminology, operating a sewing machine, threading a machine, bobbin winding, stitch variations, seam types, materials, and planning for sewing projects. You will practice sewing in class and then sew a small project for yourself using the skills you’ve learned.

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Instructor: JORDAN BRENNAN