StudentsLive International "Passport to Broadway" Program to Include Discussion with Broadway Artists
StudentsLive will present the final performance of its international "Passport to Broadway" program featuring students from South Korea on Friday, February 3, 2012 at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center, located at 248 West 60th Street. The performance is approximately 30 minutes in length and will be followed by a discussion with Broadway guest artists.
"Passport to Broadway" offers international and domestic students of all ages the opportunity to experience first hand the best live, interactive Broadway theater education programs, taught by the top professionals working on Broadway today. The program allows students to experience the intensive training of a professional, successful and highly disciplined Broadway artist and to develop the many skills it requires to become one, including collaboration, interpersonal relations, communication and human exploration. The goal is to expand and deepen students' understanding and familiarity with Broadway.
The "Passport to Broadway" creative team includes: Amy Weinstein (Director/President of StudentsLive), Michael Sansonia (Musical Director), and Leeanna Smith (Choreographer). Broadway guest artists Include Kat Ventura, Kevin Woodworth, Benton Whitley and Nick Pramik.
StudentsLive's programs have been recognized as vital to New York City's arts and education initiatives by Mayors Michael Bloomberg and Rudolph Giuliani, and have received letters of support and praise from Former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hilary Clinton.
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