Musical Theatre Intensive
Summer 2024 Musical Theater Intensives
Where better to study musical theatre than the home of Broadway?
Take part in the MMC Summer Academy’s Musical Theatre Intensive for rising high school juniors and seniors and hone your skills in the heart of New York City.
We continue to accept applications on a rolling basis until our programs are full.
About the Program
The Musical Theatre Program, conducted in person, provides each student with individualized coaching, as well as a supportive learning community of students and theatre professionals.
The two-week program will give students the tools to analyze a script and song, make informed acting choices, use music to propel the story, and understand the techniques required to create a digital pre-screen. The program is based on current industry standards for both college auditions and the professional world in New York City.
For more information, contact Professor Riley at email@example.com
Please Note: Due to the short-term (2 weeks) and non-degree-seeking academic nature of these summer programs we cannot accept international students into these programs
Intensive I 06/23-07/06, 2024 (inclusive of move-in and move-out)
Intensive II 07/07-07/20, 2024 (inclusive of move-in and move-out)
Time: On weekdays during the program, students are expected to be available each day for class sessions, and will also require additional time to complete homework.
Final Performance: We will have a final performance for family and friends on the last Friday of each program.
|Optional Private Voice Lessons (OPV)
|$4550 (or $4775 with OPV)
The Dining Dollars plan is required for all students participating in a Summer Academy Program. The meal plan is a declining balance card that can be used at the MMC cafeteria located at 221 East 71st Street. The hours of operation for summer 2024 will be available in April. Evening and weekend food service is not available. Participants will have $100 in Dining Dollars available on their ID Card for use at the MMC cafeteria. Unused Dining Dollars are non-refundable.
There are also grocery stores, delis, and restaurants located near both the 55th Street residence hall and the main campus located at 221 East 71 st . Students should plan to have, at a minimum, an additional $250 available for meals and other personal costs. This budget will vary depending on each student’s individual needs. The estimated budget for transportation is $75.00. These costs are not included in the program cost.