The TONY-Award winning NYC Producers at Actors Technique NY for Sweeney Todd are proud to be coming to Garden City Dance Studio in Long Island! By popular request, we’re thrilled to be in alliance with GCD and welcome this opportunity to wow all young artists with this 3 hour Matilda Workshop. We’ll teach you some Matilda choreography and vocals and prep you for a final presentation for parents.
…The proof is on the stage. As a result of their instruction, actor after actor from ATNY has gone on to major Broadway and National Tour productions. Yes, we’re happy to brag about them!
Broadway performers are AMAZING.
Right? Did they just walk onto a stage that way? NO. They learned by DOING; by acting with other Broadway performers; by immersing themselves in the scenes & songs; and by getting advanced, INFORMED direction from current industry professionals while making adjustments in real time. They were NOT stuck in the same old run-of-the-mill kids’ programs you find on every street corner.
You don’t perform like a professional unless you’re treated and taught like a professional.
Too many “workshops” have the performer just sit or stand there while the instructor drones on and on about their methods. Or they have the participants run around in circles like toddlers, saying anything and learning nothing, just to say that the kids “had fun”. Not only is that not at all exciting or inspiring, but these formats don’t get true acting & performance into their brains & bones. They must get on their firmly planted feet and live it, over and over, embodying their characters, reacting to other actors, finding new rhythms, leaping beyond their own boundaries, and relaxing enough to have an absolute BLAST while doing it!
No matter your current level of performance – advanced, beginner, or somewhere along that path – you will find yourself rising higher and higher. If you enjoy this workshop, we encourage you to enroll in our Winter Broadway Musical Masterclass at GCD!
“The greatest gift in the universe is when you don’t even realize how hard you’re working because of how much fun you’re having.”