The Concentration in Musical Theater began in the Fall of 2008. Excitement about the budding new program has been rapidly increasing since its inception. Students study with the Department of Theater's excellent full-time faculty as well as Visiting Instructors from the professional musical theater. Interested incoming theater students are auditioned by the Head of Musical Theater, Director of Movement and a representative from Acting to gain entrance into the Musical Theater Concentration. The audition is rigorous and includes singing, dancing and acting. High school seniors, college freshmen, and transfer students are invited to audition for acceptance into the Musical Theater Concentration.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Please contact the Assistant for Musical Theater, Nancy Boykin at 215-204-1428 or at email@example.com or visit http://www.temple.edu/undergrad/
Sweeney Todd, 2010
New Musical Theater Concentration students are accepted only in the Fall semester.
Auditions for the 2013-2014 school year will be held:
February 2, 2013 - 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
February 16, 2013 - 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
March 17, 2013 - 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request an audition appointment. Include in your e-mail if your prefer the morning or afternoon session on the audition date you select, for example: "February 16 - morning"
- 2 contrasting musical theater songs, bring sheet music in your key, an accompanist will be provided.
- 1 contemporary monologue from a play or musical no longer than 2 minutes in length.
- Picture and Resume.
- Participation in a dance call, bring appropriate dance clothes.
PLEASE NOTE: A student cannot be accepted into the Musical Theater Concentration without first being accepted to Temple University.
For more information: Please contact Nancy Boykin, Assistant for Musical Theater, Dept. of Theater, at email@example.com
MEET OUR FACULTY
PETER REYNOLDS - Head of Musical Theater Peter Reynolds has directed Urinetown, Sweeney Todd, Sweet Charity, Damn Yankees, Into the Woods, Ragtime, Company, Pericles, Shakin’ the Mess Outta Misery and Beautiful Thing for Temple Theaters. He is the Artistic Director of Philadelphia’s Mauckingbird Theatre Company (www.mauckingbirdtheatreco.org). In the Philadelphia area, he was worked with Act II Playhouse, Media Theatre, Hedgerow Theatre, Villanova Theatre, Walnut Street Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Company, Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Cape May Stage, and the Lenape Regional Performing Arts Center in New Jersey. Peter hails from the Midwest and for 6 years served as Artistic Director of HealthWorks Theatre-Chicago, winner of the 2000 Award of Excellence in Prevention Education presented by Mayor Daley and the Chicago Dept. of Public Health as well as the 2001 Hall of Fame After Dark Award. Regionally he has worked at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, HotCity Theatre-St. Louis, Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre, Chicago Dramatists, Theatre Building Chicago, Apollo Theatre-Chicago, Maples Repertory, Face to Face Productions, Lillian Russell Theatre, and on the stages of the University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign, Arcadia University, Drexel University and Southern Illinois University.
NANCY BOYKIN - Assistant for Musical Theater Nancy has worked as an actress in the professional theatre for more than twenty years. She has performed a range of roles from Shakespeare, the classics, contemporary and new plays in theatres such as The Long Wharf, New York Shakespeare Festival, Alabama Shakespeare Festival. She was honored by the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle as Best Actress for her portrayal of 'Juno' in Juno and the Paycock. In Philadelphia, Ms. Boykin has worked at the Wilma, the Arden, Interact and Act II Playhouse. She holds her MFA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
MAGGIE ANDERSON received her MFA from CCM, her BFA from Elon University, and her high school diploma from North Carolina School of the Arts. She is a member of Actor’s Equity and has performed in numerous productions in NYC and regional theatres across the country. Favorite venues include: Walnut Street Theatre, North Shore Music Theatre, Fulton Theatre, Trump Plaza, Galveston Grand Opera House, Gateway Playhouse, Heritage Rep Theatre, NC Theatre, Blue Heron Theatre, The Duplex, and Surflight Theatre. She has been in several Barrymore award winning productions in Philadelphia and was also nominated for NJ best actress in a musical (premiere of Silver Dollar) by Playbill critic Peter Filichia. TV credits: As the World Turns and Soapnet, as well as commercials, pilots, independent films, and industrials. Maggie performs at cabaret venues, clubs, and festivals with her husband and songwriting partner, Gregg Cagno. She also works with AIR contemporary dance company in Bucks County, PA and is a yoga instructor. Maggie has been teaching, choreographing, and directing in performing arts programs across the country for the last fifteen years, and most recently was a guest teacher for NYU’s Cap21 Music Theatre Program, Wagner College, and Moravian College. www.maggieanderson.net
JULIE BISHOP, soprano, holds bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in voice performance from Susquehanna University and Temple University, respectively. An active participant in Temple’s opera productions, Ms. Bishop has sung Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Clori in L’Egisto, Zerlina in Don Giovanni, and White Dove in the world premiere of Violet Fire. She has also performed Belinda in Dido and Aeneas with Intermezzo Opera, Angelina in Trial By Jury and Pitti-Sing in The Mikado with the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Chester County, and Constance in The Sorcerer with the Philadelphia Gilbert and Sullivan Union. A proponent of contemporary music, Ms. Bishop has sung del Tredici’s Dracula, Berio's O King, and Schoenberg’s String Quartet No. 2 with Temple’s chamber ensembles, premiered Matthew Greenbaum’s Nameless with Cygnus in New York City, and premiered the role of Young Flo in Leslie Burrs’ opera Transitions: Sung Stories in Philadelphia. She has appeared three times as a featured artist with the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra, and has performed the soprano solos in Handel’s Messiah, Fauré's Requiem, Haydn’s Creation, Rutter’s Mass of the Children, and Britten’s Ceremony of Carols. Ms. Bishop also performs professionally in musical theater, having recently appeared as Sister Margaretta in The Sound of Music at the Centre Theater in Norristown, PA. She is an adjunct voice professor at Temple and Widener Universities, and also operates a private voice studio in her home.
JENNIE EISENHOWER is a Philadelphia based actor and teacher. She is a three-time Barrymore Award winner, most recently for Best Actress in a Musical for her work in Forbidden Broadway at the Walnut Street Theatre. She has performed regionally at the Walnut, Philadelphia Theatre Company, The Wilma, People’s Light & Theatre Company, The Arden Theatre, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Mauckingbird Theatre Company, 11th Hour Theatre Company, the Barter Theatre, Gateway Playhouse and others. Off Broadway credits include Suburb at the York Theatre and Dreamhouse with Midtown International Theatre Festival. Jennie has taught and directed at Temple University, Conestoga High School, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Blake High School for the Performing Arts, and Consortium for the Arts. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Northwestern University.
kathy garrinella Ms. Garrinella has choreographed over 70 productions with both the Theater and Opera Departments. She served as choreographer for the Mask and Wig at the University of Pennsylvania for 10 years. She trained professionally with the American Ballet Theater, School of American Ballet, Jose Limon, Martha Graham, Hanya Holme and Mary Wigman in West Berlin among others. She danced professionally with the Judson Dance Theatre, Group Motion and Joan Kerr Company. Performance venues include Judson Memorial Church, Murray Hill Theatre, Jacob's Pillow, Pratt Institute, Akademie der Kunst in West Berlin, Forty-Second St. Theatre and the Academy of Music.
Temple Theaters' 2010 smash hit production of the musical Rent.
RECENT GUEST ARTISTS
FARAH ALVIN In New York, Farah starred as Georgia in the new musical The Tenth Floor in the 2010 New York Musical Theater Festival for which she received a 2010 Talkin’ Broadway Festival Citation for Best Actress. Also in New York, Farah starred as Missy Miller in the hit Off-Broadway show The Marvelous Wonderettes for which she received a 2009 Drama Desk Nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical. She has appeared on Broadway in Grease!, Saturday Night Fever, The Look of Love: The Music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, the Tony Award wining revivial of Nine, and Madison Square Garden’s A Christmas Carol. Off-Broadway credits include the recent cult hit I Love You Because, Cam Jansen and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and Other Story Books for TheatreworksUSA, and Jewish Repertory Theater’s revival of Kuni-Leml. She has performed as a soloist with the Symphony Orchestras of Indianapolis, Detroit, Seattle, Nashville, Fort Worth, Phoenix, Toronto and the National Symphonies of both Canada and the United States. Her recording work includes Sorta Love Songs – The Songs of Scott Burkell and Paul Loesel, Hallways: The Songs of Carol Hall, Varesse Sarabande’s Burt Bacharach Album, William Finn: Infinite Joy, Jekyll and Hyde (Original Concept Album), the Original Cast Recordings of The Marvelous Wonderettes, I Love You Because and Kuni-Leml, and others. Farah has worked extensively as a session singer for jingles and theme songs since the age of 12 and has long been the woman to call when a writer needs someone who can “sing anything.” Now an accomplished songwriter, Farah spends much of her performance time singing her own music backed by her band The Farah Alvin Orchestra.
CHAD BEGUELIN is the Tony Award Nominated bookwriter and lyricist of "The Wedding Singer", which premiered on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. He wrote the lyrics for the Broadway musical "Elf", which also premiered at the Al Hirschfeld Theater. Along with his writing partner Matthew Sklar, Chad has also written "The Rhythm Club" (Signature Theater Company), "Wicked City" (American Stage Company, Mason Street Warehouse) and various projects for Disney. Chad has been the recipient of The Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation Award, The Edward Kleban Award for Outstanding Lyric Writing and the Gilman & Gonzalez-Falla Musical Theater Award. He was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Lyrics, as well as a Tony Award for Best Original Score and Best Book of a Musical for "The Wedding Singer". He currently lives in New York with his partner Tom and their Yorkshire Terrier Bailey.
MICHAEL BERRESSE received a 2000 Tony Award nomination for his performance in the Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate (also Olivier, Outer Critics Circle, and Astaire Award nominations), and was seen most recently in the hit revival of A Chorus Line. As an actor, he has also appeared on Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof, Guys and Dolls, Damn Yankees, Carousel, Chicago, and The Light in the Piazza. Off-Broadway: Forever Plaid, The Cocoanuts. Encores!: No, No, Nanette; Chicago; Call Me Madam; One Touch of Venus. Film: Stephen Spielberg’s A.I. Artificial Inteliigence and as the creepy killer in State of Play. TV: “Law & Order: SVU,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” “Great Performances,” “Live From Lincoln Center.”
JEFF BOWEN is the composer of the Tony-nominated [title of show], for which he won the 2006 Obie Award, as well as a GLAAD Media nomination and as an actor in the show, also received a Drama League nomination for Distinguished Performance by an Ensemble. He was awarded the Jim Owles Human Rights Award and was named one of the 100 most influential people in OUT MAGAZINE. He has written music and lyrics for Villains Tonight! for the Walt Disney Company, the Easter Bonnet competition for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, the Actors Fund 125th Anniversary Gala, the Vineyard Theatre’s 25th Anniversary Gala, the 53rd Annual Drama Desk Awards, Broadway in South Africa, and Broadway Bares 18: Wonderland. He has composed music for several shows at P.S. 122 including Avant-Garde-A-Rama in Sparklevision, Hello, My Name Is Avant-Garde-A-Rama; Sparklefest 2000 at Dixon Place; The A-Train Plays; and the film Boat Mime. As an actor he has performed works at The O'Neill Center, manhattan theatre source, Ars Nova, the Vineyard Theatre and appeared in the Actors Fund benefit of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas at the August Wilson. He co-wrote and starred in the web series, "the [title of show] show" as well as scoring and performing its theme song. Jeff is a proud member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, Actors Equity Association, the Writers Guild Association, the Dramatists Guild of America, Yale Dramat, and National Audubon Society.
MICHAEL CASSARA - Michael Cassara, CSA is a Casting Director, Director and Producer based in New York City and dedicated to developing and fostering the growth of new musicals, plays, and film projects. Since the formation of Michael Cassara Casting in 2003, Michael has worked with many of the nation’s top theatres including The Old Globe, Queens Theatre, Great Lakes Theater Festival, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Gulfshore Playhouse, The White Plains Performing Arts Center, and more. Recent projects have included Kingdom (The Old Globe, dir. Ron Daniels), Falling For Eve (book by Joe DiPietro, York Theatre Company), A Little Night Music (starring Penny Fuller and Mark Jacoby), Cheer Wars (winner, 2009 Richard Rodgers Award, dir. Dan Knechtges), The Molly Maguires (dir. Sheryl Kaller, mus. dir John McDaniel), Stephen Schwartz’s Captain Louie (National Tour), If This Hat Could Talk (National Tour, directed by Tony®-Award winner George Faison), The Gig (York Theatre Concert/Cast Recording on JAY Records), Barnstormer (by Douglas J. Cohen and Cheryl L. Davis, dir. Jerry Dixon), The Unauthorized Autobiography Of Samantha Brown (Makor, w/ Michael Arden and Celia Keenan-Bolger), Joy (off-Broadway and workshops), and countless readings and workshops. For New York’s renowned Peccadillo Theatre Company, Michael was the casting director for the critically-acclaimed revival of Lillian Hellman’s rarely-seen masterpiece, Another Part Of The Forest. Before opening his own casting office, Michael worked in casting with Johnson-Liff Casting Associates, Ltd., Cameron Mackintosh, Inc. and the Paper Mill Playhouse. Michael is the resident casting director of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, where he has cast over 40 individual projects since the festival’s inception in 2004. Some favorite NYMF casting credits include The Yellow Wood (dir. Tony-Award Winner B. D. Wong), All Fall Down (dir. Lonny Price), The Woman Upstairs (by Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk), The Last Smoker In America (dir. Sheryl Kaller), Fat Camp (dir. Alex Timbers), Max Understood (dir. David Schweizer), and Twilight In Manchego (dir. Billy Porter). Upcoming casting projects include the Broadway musical Fat Camp (dir. Casey Hushion) and he is presently at work directing and conceiving a new project featuring the songs of Judd Woldin, composer of the Tony®-Award winning musical, Raisin. Originally a performer, Michael is a native Clevelander and a graduate of the musical theatre program at Otterbein College. He regularly teaches and lectures on musical theatre and the entertainment industry, in New York City and throughout the world.
KAREN CLEIGHTON has her BFA in Dance Education from The University of the Arts, where she is on faculty in the Theater and Dance Departments. Ms. Cleighton's choreography has been commissioned twice by DeSales University for their dance concerts and in their production of Oliver. Ms Cleighton's choreography has also been seen in Crazy For You, Berlin to Broadway, In The Boom Boom Room and Bat Boy at The University of the Arts. This past year Ms. Cleighton choreographed Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Media Theater. Her choreography was nominated in 2009 for a Barrymore. Most recently, Ms. Cleighton worked on Spelling Bee at the Media Theater. When Ms. Cleighton isn't teaching you can find her providing dancers and choreographing for special events, or Djing.
TIM CRASKEY Tim Craskey, originally from Philadelphia, began his professional career as a dancer with Jean Anne Hughes and the JazzWorks dance company in Center City at the age of 15. Tim has most recently appeared on the first national tour of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels". Tim's Broadway credits include “Sweet Charity” with Christina Applegate and Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida” where Tim was a featured dancer. Other film and television credits include Whitney Houston’s “Cinderella” and “Anastasia” in which Tim acted as live reference for the animators of the feature film…as well as numerous national commercial appearances. Tim has also performed as a principal singer and dancer in “Enter the Night” at the Stardust hotel on the Las Vegas strip and has appeared in numerous corporate industrial shows all over the world. Tim was a scholarship student at the Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet and has studied with Charles Kelly, Frank Hatchett, Gus Giordano and Joe Lanteri to name a few.
CHRIS FAITH Chris is a multiple Barrymore Award nominee for Best Actor/Play and Best Supporting Actor/Musical and winner for Best Ensemble. He has performed off-Broadway, in Philadelphia at the Wilma Theater, Arden Theatre, People’s Light and Theatre, 1812 Productions, Act II Playhouse, Luna Theatre, Mauckingbird Theatre, Media Theatre, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, as well as the Flatrock Playhouse in North Carolina.
BAAYORK LEE - Baayork has performed in a dozen Broadway shows and created the role of Connie in A Chorus Line in the Original Broadway company in 1975. As Michael Bennett’s assistant choreographer on A Chorus Line, she has directed many national and international companies. Directing credits: The King and I and Bombay Dreams (national tours), R&H’s Cinderella (NYC Opera), Barnum (Australia), Carmen Jones (Kennedy Center), Porgy and Bess and Jesus Christ Superstar (European tours), Gypsy and A New Brain. Choreography credits: Mack and Mabel (Shaw Festival), Arena Stage (Washington, DC): Cocoanuts, Camelot, Damn Yankees, Helen Hayes nomination for Animal Crackers and South Pacific; Washington Opera; Kennedy Center: Goya, Sly and The Merry Widow. Co-author of "On the Line: The Creation of A Chorus Line" and recipient of 2003 Asian Woman Warrior Award for Lifetime Achievement from Columbia College. Baayork also memorably appears in the acclaimed, award-winning documentary "Every Little Step," which chronicles the audition process of the 2006 Broadway Revival of A Chorus Line, which she choreographed.
FORREST McCLENDON Forrest most recently received his first Tony Award nomination for his Broadway debut in the production of THE SCOTTSBORO BOYS, a new musical by John Kander and Fred Ebb directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Susan Stroman. Forrest has appeared in plays and musicals at theaters throughout the U.S. including Off-Broadway at the New Federal Theatre, Zachary Scott Theatre (TX), Westport Playhouse (CT). A Contemporary Theatre (WA), Jupiter Theatre (FL) and Charlotte Repertory Theatre (NC). Forrest received the 2009 Barrymore Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical for AVENUE X at the 11th Hour Theatre Company and has appeared at most Philadelphia area theaters. Forrest is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Ira Brind School of Theater at the University of the Arts and an Artist-in-Residence in the Boyer College of Music at Temple University. He was a recent Guest Artist at the University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater B.F.A. Acting Program and for the Extreme Performance Workshop at the Young Canadians School of Performing Arts, and has taught at the University of Connecticut, Roger Williams University, DeSales University, Community College of Philadelphia, Choate Rosemary Hall, as well as the Philadelphia Shakespeare Festival among others. Forrest received his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance with directed study in Vocal Anatomy and Pedagogy from the University of Connecticut under Dr. Virginia Pyle.
JOHN McDANIEL - John McDaniel is a conductor, composer, orchestrator, record producer. His Broadway credits as Musical Director including Catch Me If You Can, Bonnie & Clyde, Taboo, Brooklyn the Musical, Annie Get Your Gun, and Grease. He may be most recognizable to audiences as the band leader of The Rosie O'Donnell Show for its entire six year run, for which he won two Emmy Awards. He is also the 1999 Grammy Award winner for the Annie Get Your Gun revival cast album, for which he served as music director and conductor. On Broadway, he conducted the 1994 revival of Grease, where he first worked with Rosie O'Donnell, also creating new vocal and dance arrangements for this production. In 2003, he served as Supervising Music Director on the Boy George musical Taboo, also producing the cast album. He made his debut as a Broadway producer in 2004 with Brooklyn, the Musical, and also served as Music Director, arranger and orchestrator, and producer of the best-selling cast recording. Also on Broadway, he has conducted the smash-hit Chicago. Other theater credits: the 1993 reunion of the original Broadway cast of Company in concert at Lincoln Center; the national tour Andrew Lloyd Webber's Starlight Express; off-Broadway's Blame It On The Moves; and arranger the show Patti LuPone On Broadway. He has also arranged music for the Tony Awards in 1997, 1998, and 2000. For television, he has arranged and conducted music for television specials including A Rosie Christmas for ABC, starring Celine Dion and Marc Anthony. In addition to several solo recordings, John is the recipient of the LA Drama Critics Circle Award for his music direction of Chicago, as well as multiple Drama Logue Awards. He received the Board of Director's Award from the Manhattan Association of Cabaret in 2000. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, John first studied piano with his mother Jane, and earned a BFA degree in Drama from Carnegie Mellon.
KATYA Stanislavskaya is a composer, lyricist, and musical director. Katya’s writing credits include Fruitflies (Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian Theatre Festival), The Dragon (NYU reading), Lighting Man (New Musicals Summer Workshop), Rubik’s Cube (Prospect Theatre), and Women on Love (Laurie Beechman Theatre, New York Theatre Barn Presents at the D-Lounge, Planet Connections Theatre Festivity). Her songs have been performed by Karen Ziemba, Malcolm Gets, and Wesley Taylor at venues including Joe’s Pub, York Theatre, and Barrington Stage. As a musical director/pianist, Katya’s recent credits include A Jew Grows in Brooklyn (National Tour)and To Paint the Earth (NYMF). In Philadelphia, Katya was the assistant musical director for Dreamgirls (Prince Theatre) and Sunday in the Park with George (Arden Theatre). Katya holds a MM in Piano Accompanying from Temple University, an MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University, and is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop as a composer/lyricist. Katyastan.com
CHRISTOPHER WINDOM Christopher Windom received the Dean Goodman Choice Award for best choreography for Ragtime at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto, California. He recently directed and choreographed A Christmas Carol (Trinity Repertory Company). He received an Excellence Award for choreography and an Honorable Mention for directing Central Avenue Breakdown (NYMF). He directed The Three Times She Knocked by A.D. Penedo (FringeNYC), which received a Critic's Pick and a Best of the Fest mention; among many others. He choreographed Dessa Rose and Crowns (TheatreWorks), Oklahoma! (Maples Rep) Chicago (Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre), My Fair Lady (Maples Rep), among many others. He served as Assistant Director/Assistant Choreographer on Ruined (La Jolla Playhouse, The Huntington Theatre, Berkley Repertory Theatre), Associate Director/Choreographer on War Brides (The York Theatre), and Associate Director/Choreographer on Smokey Joe's Cafe (Maine State Music Theatre). Other choreography credits include Pippin, Gypsy, Peter Pan, Guys & Dolls and Too Darn Hot: A Celebration of Cole Porter. As a performer Christopher has performed on Broadway and National Tours in the shows Fosse and Damn Yankees starring Jerry Lewis. He has performed in many regional theatres including The Paper Mill Playhouse, Goodspeed Opera House, Stages St Louis, The St Louis Rep, The St Louis Muny, Marriott Lincolnshire and others. Christopher graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Webster University and received his MFA in Directing from Brown University/Trinity Rep.
Into the Woods, 2007
COURSE OF STUDY
The B.A. degree in Theater with a Musical Theater Concentration will be awarded to students who complete the following requirements:
1. Graduate requirements of Temple University, including successful completion of the University Core Curriculum.
2. Completion of the following required Theater requirements with a grade of “C” or better in each course:
Required Courses - All Theater Majors
1003: Creativity: Basic
1096: Introduction to Theater Process
1231: Acting I (formerly Introduction to Acting)
1411: Welcome Backstage (formerly Technical Theater Production)
2411: Introduction to Design
3001: Theater History I 3 s.h.
3002: Theater History II 3 s.h.
4097: World of the Play 3 s.h.
1087: Production Practicum
Required Courses - University Electives
Art History: Elective
Elective: Non-Dramatic Literature 3 s.h.
(3) Electives: any of the Arts or Liberal Arts
Required Courses - Musical Theater Concentration
2131: Music Theory/Sightsinging: Basic
2231: Speech for the Actor
2261: Acting II
3132: Musical Theater Voice & Acting
3012: American Musical Theater History
3279: Acting III
4131: Musical Theater Scene Study
4132: Senior Cabaret Workshop
4133: Musical Theater: Dress Rehearsal
2101: Ballet I for Mus. Thea.
2121: Ballet II for Mus. Thea.
3101: Jazz I for Mus. Thea.
3121: Jazz II for Mus. Thea.
4101: Tap for Mus. Thea.
4121: Musical Theater Dance Techniques
Additionally: Vocal Instruction every semester you are a Musical Theater Concentration student. See MU 1256, MU 1257, MU 1258 and MU 1259.
Damn Yankees, 2008
ADDITIONAL WORKSHOPS & SEMINARS
Throughout the Musical Theater Concentration student’s 4 years of study, workshops and seminars are made available featuring Musical Theater professionals from New York City and Philadelphia.
To support the Musical Theater Concentration, Temple Theaters will produce an annual musical, either in the Fall or Spring semester. A small scale musical or cabaret (with minimal departmental financial support) featuring Musical Theater Concentration students will be produced in the alternate semester.
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