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Musical Theatre School at the New York Film Academy

Musical Theatre Conservatory Overview

The New York Film Academy provides a unique environment where students of Musical Theatre can hone their skills with a Broadway level faculty not found in any other program nationwide. In the Four-Week Musical Theatre Workshop, students are exposed to the necessary skills needed for success in the Musical Theatre by Broadway professionals. The program is designed for individuals with singing and movement abilities who may or may not have prior experience on a musical theatre stage. The following courses allow students to get an introduction to the integral skills required for success in this field and how to prepare themselves for varied demands of a musical theatre career. The program culminates in a casual "Snapshot Presentation" for for faculty, students, family and friends prior to receiving their certificates. All Four-Week Musical theatre students are integrated into the first four intensive weeks of our semester musical theatre curriculum with long-term students and have the opportunity to audition to stay or return for our 1-Year and 2-Year Conservatory Program pending approval.

Admission requirements for the Four-Week Musical Theatre Workshop are the same as for our One-Year Musical Theatre Conservatory Program. All participants in the Four-Week Workshop will have they opportunity to be considered for our One or Two-Year Conservatory Programs, if desired, pending space availability.


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Chair's Blog
Well, 2011 got off to a rousing start since January has been a crazy month between blizzards and Broadway buzz. With many shows closing and the well-publicized trials and tribulations going on with Julie Taymor's SPIDERMAN, many of our musical theatre students at New York Film Academy's Musical Theatre School have had a first-hand New York City experience of why it is so important to train with the best ...
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Well, 2011 got off to a rousing start since January has been a crazy month between blizzards and Broadway buzz. With many shows closing and the well-publicized trials and tribulations going on with Julie Taymor's SPIDERMAN, many of our musical theatre students at New York Film Academy's Musical Theatre School have had a first-hand New York City experience of why it is so important to train with the best to be competitive in your chosen field. I am always so proud of our sparkly Broadway veteran faculty who are so amazing at teaching our students about the business from an inside perspective. Imagine being able to attend a musical theater school and have class during the day with someone and then see them in their Broadway show at night!

A special shout out to Kevin Duda, one of our fabulous Performance Lab instructors who is currently in the thick of rehearsals for his third Broadway show, BOOK OF MORMON. This is the new hilarious (and totally irreverent) musical from Trey Parker and Matt Stone, four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of South Park about a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get. The Book of Mormon is written in collaboration with Robert Lopez, the Tony Award-winning writer of Avenue Q, and co-directed by Mr. Parker and three-time Tony nominee Casey Nicholaw. Congrats, Kevin!

Additionally, we are excited to announce that RYAN JESSE, currently starring on Broadway in JERSEY BOYS as Bob Gaudio will be coming to speak to our NYFA students about being in a hit Broadway show and all that it requires in terms of training, discipline and commitment.

Live who you are. Love what you do.

VP Boyle
Chair, Musical Theatre and Film Conservatory
Musical Theatre School of the New York Film Academy