MUNY/Webster Intensive: Seeking the Nation's Best Musical Theatre Students

MUNY/Webster Intensive: Seeking the Nation's Best Musical Theatre Students

Seeking the Nation's Best Musical Theatre Students

Train for Tomorrow with the Broadway Stars of Today: July 5 - 26, 2018

Your musical theatre career starts now!

Join America's top young performers in a professional theatre training experience like no other. Share The Muny stage with Broadway and TV's biggest stars. Get ready for a life changing experience. Challenge yourself with college level classes at the Conservatory of Theatre Arts at Webster University.

Set your musical theatre career on the right path.

The MUNY/Webster Intensive is now accepting applications for this one of a kind immersive theatrical experience.

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About the Intensive

The Muny, America's premiere summer musical theater, and Webster University’s Conservatory of Theatre Arts have joined forces to host a summer intensive for emerging young artists. This three-week program in St. Louis, Missouri invites 12 rising junior and senior high school students from across the nation to participate in an immersive theatrical experience like no other!

The first portion of the Intensive introduces you to the professional life of a performer. While rehearsing alongside the Equity cast students prepare to perform in a Muny production for audiences of 10,000 a night. In intimate master classes, students also enjoy unlimited access to some of Broadway and television’s brightest creative talents.  Masterclass to date have included Tony Award nominee Nancy Opel (Urinetown, Honeymoon In Vegas), Bryan Batt (MTV’s Scream, Mad Men), Josh Rhodes (Bright Star), Grammy nominee Alexandra Silber (West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof) to name a few.

During the second half of the Intensive, students receive pre-collegiate training from the professors at Webster University. Classes include song study, acting, musical theatre dance and audition technique. Students also have the opportunity to earn up to two college credits. 

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