MASTER CLASS SERIES
Paramount School of the Arts is proud to offer a Master Class Series in conjunction with all four Broadway Series shows. Each class is taught by artists working on that show. These opportunities allow each student to better understand the professional world of theater and hone their unique skills and craft.
COST: $15 PER STUDENT, PER CLASS
Limited scholarships may be available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Classes are non-refundable.
broadway intensive SERIES 2018-2019
From your theater seat, the actors, singers and dancers make any production look downright easy, while in reality it’s anything but. These intensive 8-week courses will give you hands-on experience with nearly everything it takes to perform a musical.
- WORK ONE-ON-ONE WITH THE DIRECTOR, MUSICAL DIRECTOR AND CHOREOGRAPHER
- LEARN ACTING, SINGING, CHOREOGRAPHY AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT
- ATTEND ONE DRESS REHEARSAL AND LIVE PERFORMANCE
Never before have students been given this kind of access to the artistic team of Paramount Theatre Broadway Series productions. If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing your name in lights on a Broadway marquee, if you love to sing and dance, if you’re just curious about how all the magic happens and want to experience it first-hand, these classes are for you.
COST: $200 PER STUDENT, PER INTENSIVE
also includes class materials, Broadway show t-shirt, free ticket to one performance and attendance at one dress rehearsal. Limited scholarships may be available. Please email email@example.com for more information. Classes are non-refundable.
BROADWAY INTENSIVE courses
January 7, 2020 – February 25, 2020
March 24, 2020 – May 19, 2020
Dive Deeper Programs
DIVE DEEPER INTO OUR BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS
Saturday, December 8
FOR STUDENTS AGES 5-11
Have you read the classic novel The Wizard of Oz? Watch this book come to life with this “Page to Stage” event in partnership with Santori and Messenger Public Libraries. Characters and words will jump off the page as students read part of the novel and learn how Paramount Theatre translates literature into an onstage, larger-than-life production. All in attendance will get a chance to make a puppet inspired by the production, learn a song and perform for their families. This Paramount School of the Arts program allows student to see the possibilities when art and literature collide.
FREE EVENT! SPACE IS LIMITED TO 25 STUDENTS PER LOCATION
- Address: 101 S River St, Aurora, IL 60506
- Date: Saturday, December 8
- Time: 10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
- Tickets given at the reference desk in the Kiwanis Children’s Center at no charge (first 25 students)
- Address: 113 Oak St, North Aurora, IL 60542
- Date: Saturday, December 8
- Time: 2 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
- Register online starting November 26 at www.messengerpl.org (first 25 students)
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.