Musical Theatre Program

July 21st — July 28th

The Musical Theatre program provides a quality learning experience for students ages 13-19. Participants will receive instruction in acting, voice, dance, and additional curriculum related to musical theatre. Faculty and staff are established performing artists who regularly work in regional and professional theatre companies and serve as university professors. In addition to the musical production of The Drowsy Chaperone, students will have the opportunity to perform on student recitals, building self-confidence skills. Vocal soloists will be accompanied and coached by collaborative artists extensively trained in musical theatre repertoire. The musical theatre show will be fully staged, costumed, and produced with the support and talents of a technical crew and instrumental ensemble. The musical theatre production of The Drowsy Chaperone will be open to the public, and will be cast through competitive audition: a limited number of students will be accepted, providing individualized and personalized instruction and increased performance options.

NGPAC will be putting on a production of The Drowsy Chaperon for our 2019 session!

NGPAC will be putting on a production of The Drowsy Chaperon for our 2019 session!


Courses Offered

Musical theatre students will attend classes selected from the following:

- Stage Makeup
- Broadway-Style Movement and Dance
- Acting Techniques for the musical theatre performer
- Vocal Techniques for the musical theatre Singer
- Beginning Music Theory and Ear Training
- Musical Theatre History
- Audition Workshop
- Creating a Musical Theatre Resume and Vita
- Solo performance coaching with faculty and pianists
- Q & A with Faculty and Staff
- Stagecraft/Light Design/Props


If you have any questions, please contact
Valerie Canon at