ABOUT

Real world training and advice from the professionals behind the scenes!

Don't miss this opportunity to study with some of the premier theater teachers and choreographers in the industry—Enjoy closed classes with elite faculty, a professional seminar with a talent agent and casting director, mock audition and wrap up with guest panelists!

Students will learn choreography from leading dance professionals and participate in seminars hosted by industry experts. All classes are dedicated to refining each dancer's craft. From finding an agent, to audition and resume writing tips, to a taste of current musical theater choreography, this workshop is the perfect supplement for any serious dancer's training. The weekend will culminate in a mock audition with a panel of industry experts, including agents, performers and choreographers.

This intensive is for Advanced Dancers Ages 18-27.

For additional information or questions, please email [email protected] or call our registration office at 212-582-9304 x 35.

DATE

11 & 12 June 2016

SAMPLE ITINERARY

Saturday (8am-6pm)

  • Sign-in & Welcome
  • Warm-Up 
  • Musical Theatre class 
  • Voice class 
  • Musical Theater class  
  • LUNCH 
  • Professional Seminar with Agents
  • Acting class
  • Musical Theater class
  • Tap class 

Sunday (8:30am-2:30pm)

  • Warm-up
  • Mock Audition with feedback
  • Wrap-up Talk Back with guest panel

PRICE

$195 for the 2-day workshop.
Includes all closed master classes, guided warm-up, seminar, panel discussion, and mock audition with casting director.

REGISTRATION

This intensive is for Advanced Dancers Ages 18-27.

FACULTY 2016

Randy Skinner BDC Faculty Headshot

Joshua Bergasse is a NYC based choreographer and teacher. He has been a member of the Broadway Dance Center Faculty since 1998. As a choreographer, Bergasse won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for NBC’s Smash. Theater credits include: On the Town and the upcoming Gigi on Broadway, Little Me and It’s A Bird...It’s A Plane... It’s Superman! City Center Encores! ... [read more]

Randy Skinner BDC Faculty Headshot

Randy Skinner is an award-winning director, choreographer and performer whose work has encompassed Broadway, National and International tours, and regional theaters. He received Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics, and Astaire nominations for his choreography for 42nd Street. He also choreographed the opening number for the 2001 Tony Awards television broadcast ... [read more]

Richard J. Hinds BDC Faculty Headshot

Richard J. Hinds is currently the Associate Director for Disney's Newsies (Broadway/National Tour). Richard's directing and choreography credits include Saturday Night Fever (Gateway Playhouse/Ogunquit Playhouse), How To Succeed…, Evita (Flat Rock Playhouse), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Capital Repertory Theatre), Fame (Macau International Music Festival) ... [read more]

Dana Moore BDC Faculty Headshot

Dana Moore is a veteran of the Broadway stage. she was last seen on Broadway in Not Guilty (Hunyak) in chicago. Dana was also featured in Fosse (now on DVD), which chronicled Bob Fosse’s work from stage, film and television.
Dana's other Broadway credits include: A Chorus LineSweet Charity, Bob Fosse's Dancin'On Your ToesThe Will Rogers FolliesHow To Succeed […]Singin' in the RainDangerous Games, Sugar Babies, andCopperfield. ... [read more]

Dana Moore BDC Faculty Headshot

Warren Carlyle is a Tony Award winning Director/Choreographer: most recently directed and choreographed the Broadway musical After Midnight at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, Chaplin at the Barrymore Theater and Hugh Jackman : Back On Broadway at the Broadhurst Theater; Choreographed On The 20th Century (American Airlines Theater), The Mystery Of Edwin Drood, (Studio 54), A Christmas Story (Lunt Fontanne) and the recent Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies at the Marriot Marquis Theater. Warren directed and choreographed the critically acclaimed, Tony nominated Broadway revival of Finian’s Rainbow at the St James Theater. Also directed and choreographed A Tale Of Two Cities on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theater ; He directed and choreographed the 2015 New York Spring Spectacular starring the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall  ... [read more]

Charlie Sutton BDC Faculty Headshot

Charlie Sutton's Broadway credits include: An American In Paris, Kinky Boots (Angle, Astaire Award nom.), How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Mr. Jenkins), Lysistrata Jones (u/s Xander, Cinesias, Uardo, Harold), Catch Me If You Can, Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown (Telephone Repairman, u/s Carlos), The Addams Family, Crybaby (Male Trio),  ... [read more]

Michael Mindlin BDC Faculty Headshot

Michael Mindlin is currently Dance Captain of Disney's Aladdin on Broadway. As a NYC based Choreographer/Director/Performer he has taught musical theater and dance master classes extensively throughout the country. Some direction and choreography credits include: Awesomer and Awesomer!!! (Triad Theatre, NYC), Xanadu, Evita, Beauty and the Beast, BC Beat 2012, and A Christmas Eve with Christmas Eve (an annual BC/EFA benefit concert).  ... [read more]

Bronwen Carson BDC Faculty Headshot

Lucille DiCampli is one of the most influential agents in the professional dance world. She was originally with BBA on the West Coast, and for the last decade, was the founder and director of McDonald Selznick Associates/New York office. Her choreography clients have worked on Broadway, television, film and recording artists tours and have earned countless Emmy and Tony nods. She is excited to open LDC Artist Representation, where she will be able to fully focus her energies on the agency’s superb talent roster ... [read more]

Bronwen Carson BDC Faculty Headshot

Jim Daly has been head of the legit department at Bloc NYC since 2007. He has had clients performing in numerous Broadway shows including The Book of Mormon, Newsies, Spider-Man, Motown, Matilda, Cinderella and Rock of Ages, as well as the national tours of Wicked, Billy Elliott, Sister Act, Flashdance, and Anything Goes. His clients make regular appearances in TV shows ranging from Blue Bloods and The Following to Unforgettable and Law & Order: SVU. Prior to arriving at Bloc, Jim worked as a junior agent at the Andreadis Talent Agency following two years as an assistant commercial casting director at Background/Foreground Inc. Jim received his BFA from the University of Michigan.

Telsey + Company

Cesar A. Rocha, originally from Miami, Florida, attended the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in the Theatre Design and Production program concentrating in stage management. Cesar has been a part of Telsey + Company since 2009. Telsey + Company casting includes: Broadway/Tours: Leap of Faith, Streetcar, Evita, The Best Man, Newsies, Magic/Bird, Godspell, SPIDER-MAN, Sister Act, Priscilla, Memphis, Rock of Ages, Wicked, Bring It On, The Addams Family. Off-Broadway: Carrie (MCC), Rent, Million Dollar Quartet, Atlantic, Signature. Film: The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Friends with Kids, Margin Call, Sex and the City, Rachel Getting Married. TV: “Smash,” “A Gifted Man,” “The Big C.” Cesar also appeared in the Lifetime reality series DANCE MOMS.

Jason Styres, CSA

Jason Styres, CSA cast such shows as A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder (Broadway & National Tour), Dames at Sea (Broadway), The Lion King (Broadway & National Tour), Irving Berlin’s White Christmas (National Tour), Trip of Love (Off- Broadway), and Nice Work If You Can Get It (Broadway), and for over 15 different productions for the prestigious New York City Center Encores! series. He has worked with such directors and choreographers as Darko Tresnjak, Randy Skinner, Camille A. Brown, Warren Carlyle, Josh Bergasse, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Marc Bruni, Casey Nicholaw, Kathleen Marshall, Josh Rhodes, John Doyle, and James Lapine, amongst many others. Other credits include Hartford Stage, New York Philharmonic, Shakespeare Theatre Company (DC), San Francisco Symphony, Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS), TUTS Underground, North Shore Music Theatre, and the upcoming Broadway Dance Lab with Josh Prince ... [read more]

REFUND POLICY

Students who have registered and paid for the workshop, but withdraw on or before May 27, 2016, are entitled to a refund less an administrative fee of $25. No refunds will be given after this date.