WE ENCOURAGE KIDS
TO EMBRACE LIFE WITH
CREATIVITY AND COURAGE.
Creative exploration and the development of individual potential are the primary goals for junior musical theater students. Young acting students will spend their days focused on fundamentals of the craft: acting, dancing and singing. No previous experience is required; just the passion and persistence for a serious engagement with actor training in a safe and nurturing environment.
At RYT, we provide a safe, supportive environment in which our students will grow, and we train our junior students to strengthen their vital skills for vibrant self-expression.
Master Classes and Workshops
• Broadway Dance Workshop
Our Broadway dance workshop offers our students the chance to experience the joy of dance and self-expression. Students will practice and learn original
Broadway choreography while gaining tips and tricks on how to stand out in a crowd,
no matter what your dance level! This workshop is for everyone and all levels.
• Mastering Your Audition
Guest artist Brian Michael Hoffman's workshop will prepare students for their next audition.
Sing and receive individual feedback and coaching on your 32-bar audition cut from actor Brian
Mitchell Hoffman. He will teach you how to interpret a song and break it
down into acting beats.You will be prepared and ready for success at your next audition.
• Acting The Song
Broadway actress, Kara Lindsay will be working one-on-one with each
student. Students sing a 32 bar mock audition for Laura who will offer each student
individual guidance and feedback on their audition technique, song presentation and
• Improvisation Skill Builders
No scripts, no memorizing, just fun!! This class is creative and liberating and a great
tool for all young actors of all experiences. Learn the basic rules of improvisation and
how to keep a scene going. Tons of theatre games and exercises that stimulate the
• Broadway Musical Chorus
Working with one of the country's leading choral director's students will learn the
value of singing in a chorus. Students will discover their singing voice: awareness of
range, understanding what head and chest voice are, experimenting with placement,
vocal color, and vowel sounds.