ONE DAY MASTER CLASS SERIES Ages 7-17
TWO CLASS OPTIONS!
Ages 7-17 (9am-4pm) and 15 to adult (1pm-3pm)
Unless noted, One Day Master Classes run from 9:00am-4:00pm and focus on a show that recently ran or is currently running on Broadway. Students will learn scenes, choreography, and songs including full production numbers directly from the show of the day, while having fun with friends and developing their triple threat skill-set. A condensed, advanced class option for older, advanced-level teens and adults (ages 16 and up) is also available from 1pm-3pm.
*Aladdin Themed Master Class (taught by a Guest Artist from Broadway’s Aladdin! Day before week of spring break) March 30th
Jared Gertner Master Class – Sunday, February 25th – 2pm – 4pm – $99
Phoenix alum, Broadway veteran and host of our 30th Anniversary Gala, Jared Gertner (Broadway’s Book of Mormon and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) will conduct a vocal performance workshop for students ages 14-25.
The focus of the class will be story telling and emotional connection as well as vocal technique. An accompanist will be provided and each student will get to work a song.
Jared is a Phoenix Alum himself, so he will also discuss his journey from The Count Basie to Broadway, and conduct a Q and A where students can learn about life in “the business.”
* No refunds will be issued less than four weeks before the first day of a class or camp session, except in the event that the event is cancelled by Phoenix Productions. (A student may be eligible for a full refund if he/she is unable to attend due to medical reasons. A note from the physician must accompany the written refund request.)
*The Starred Master Classes above will be taught by a Broadway Special Guest Artist, visiting from NYC, directly from the Broadway show itself!
* No refunds will be issued less than four weeks before the first day of a class or camp session, except in the event that the event is canceled by Phoenix Productions. (A student may be eligible for a full refund if he/she is unable to attend due to medical reasons. A note from the physician must accompany the written refund request.)
Check out some footage from our Hamilton themed Master Class!!
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Phoenix is committed to a well-defined mission: to provide quality theatrical experiences to our constituencies on both sides of the footlights. For our audiences, we aim to make high quality theatre accessible and affordable. For our performers, designers, and craftspeople, we aim to provide a nurturing, professional-quality environment in which they can polish and display their talents.
In keeping with this mission Phoenix has, as one of its goals, the desire and intent to provide for its community a quality educational program that provides broad accessibility to all those who are interested, regardless of age. It is implicit in our mission that we provide a wealth of experiences in the transformational power of the performing arts. We believe there is an artist in us all that is nurtured in experiences that are both educational and entertaining. Listening to and developing the “inner artist” in good for our growth, creativity, teamwork, collaboration and connectedness. These qualities are important to development and resilience at all ages, from four to 94! It also builds a better community through teaching the value of collaboration. “Collaboration is the Highest Art!”
In our Rising Star Academy we are dedicated to the idea that Every Performer Shines! Whether you or your child seeks to develop a rewarding amateur interest or wishes to develop professional skills in performing, there will be something here for you. We want you to find your creative home here.
The Rising Star Academy is aligned with the National and State Core Arts Educational Standards in the belief that young performers should be exposed to
1. An understanding of the important role of theatre, dance and music in society;
2. A solid technical training in performance skills and production development and
3. A wide range of performing opportunities to showcase their unfolding talents.
This will prepare the serious student for pre-professional and college level training. This curriculum will be infused into classes, camps and workshops. Our educational philosophy also requires that teacher create a safe space within which to learn, risk and grow whether a beginner or advanced student.
We also take to heart the development of the future theatre audience so this treasured aspect of society in patronized. From the Golden Era of traditional musical theatre, to cutting edge contemporary musicals like Broadway’s Hamilton, our students and future performers will learn to appreciate a rich landscape of performing arts.