Announcing a new Master Class – with Broadway performers!

Five years ago, we began offering master classes as a way for students to experience all areas of the arts taught by Professionals in their field. These 2-hour classes are energetic, inspiring, and engaging.

It’s been a while since our last master class, but we have several in the works for you before the end of the year. This one, coming up in 3 weeks, will be led by two Broadway veterans who are ready to assist aspiring performers with tips and tricks of the trade! Not to be missed. Students can choose to participate fully (getting one-on-one coaching) or as an observer (it’s amazing how much you can learn by watching!).

Here are all the details!

 

Coming March 14: A Broadway Master Class

performing your best at auditions and beyond

 

A scene from “An American in Paris” featuring Kirsten Scott

Join us for an exclusive Master Class with Broadway performers, Matthew and Kirsten Scott, who will be in town performing in “An American in Paris” at the Providence Performing Arts Center March 13-18.  Matt and Kirsten will focus on the art of auditioning, assisting students with song choices and monologues on an individual basis, while providing overall insight to the craft of being a Broadway Performer. Even if you don’t think you want to head to Broadway… if you have any interest in performing, don’t miss this chance to learn from the pros and learn what it’s all about! Meet the instructors:

 

 

KIRSTEN SCOTT (Milo Davenport)

Broadway: Follies (Kennedy Center Revival), Big FishJersey BoysHairspray. Off-Broadway: The Marvelous Wonderettes. Regional: Ragtime (Ogunquit Playhouse), Joseph… (Stages St. Louis), A Wonderful Life(Goodspeed), Wedding SingerCurtains (Pittsburgh CLO), Oklahoma! (Lyric Theater), Grease (Sacramento Music Circus), Limelight (La Jolla Playhouse), Minsky’s (Ahmanson). TV/Film: “Quantico,” “Steve Harvey Show,” “All My Children,” “The Ill-Made Knight.” CMU Drama. M-how lucky are we? @kbscotty

 

 

 

MATTHEW SCOTT (Adam Hochberg)

is thrilled to reprise the role he played on Broadway. Other Broadway: Sondheim On Sondheim (cast album), A Catered AffairJersey Boys. West End: I Loved Lucy. Regional: Kennedy Center, La Jolla Playhouse, Old Globe, Paper Mill Playhouse, Signature Theatre, Pittsburgh CLO, Muny, Goodspeed, Alliance Theatre, Philadelphia Theatre Co. Television: “First You Dream: The Music Of Kander & Ebb” (PBS), “All My Children,” Tony Awards (’06, ’09). K-Very! @thematt_scott.

 

 

 

  • When: Wednesday, March 14 @11:00-1:00

  • Where: TBD. We are looking for a location closer to the PPAC by their request. We have reserved the Community Room at Cardis Furniture in South Attleboro as a back up. 

  • Cost: $10 per participant; $5 per observer

  • Who: Recommended for ages 12-18 to participate; younger students may come and observe 

 

>>>Click Here To Register!<<<

 

For more information about our master classes and to see what we have done in the past, click here!

See you soon,

Jen Roca for all of us at AWIP

p.s. if you are interested in joining a group from AWIP going to see “An American in Paris” at the PPAC on Friday, March 16,  please contact us by Friday, March 2. Tickets will be around $30 (50% off) and we will be treated to a talkback after the performance!

Second-half-of-semester classes: register now!

While many of our classes are still underway (as part of our 12 week class sessions), or just finishing (as part of our 8 week sessions), there are a few classes that are still taking registrations because they begin in March! These classes provide excellent opportunities for students to explore different areas in the arts, in an encouraging and comfortable atmosphere. Click on the links below for more info on what’s being offered!

 

 

  • Scenic Design Intensive: A 6-week crash course tackling the intricate details of designing a set for a production, for ages 12-18.

  • TIP Crew: three workshops provide training in everything backstage – from sound to lights, stage equipment, sets,  and special effects. A must for anyone interested in the stage! For ages 10-18.

  • Recreational Ballet: Highly recommended for all performers, ballet builds confidence and self awareness, which changes how you carry yourself. The atmosphere is low-pressure and inspiring. For ages 12-18.

  • Machine Sewing 2: The second level to our Machine Sewing Class, this class will continue to offer students the basics of machine sewing. Students who have not taken the first level may contact the instructor about jumping in. For ages 10-18.

  • Quilting: For the more experienced seamstresses, this class will cultivate in an original quilt to take home!

  • Tap: An AWIP favorite! Even students with no experience will come away tapping their toes, having learned all kinds of combinations.

 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us…

As always, #learngrowshine,

Jen Roca for all of us at AWIP