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The one year program is comprised on a building block format that allows each student to excel and learn in a nurturing environment of their peers. Studying during the school year is designed so each student is more involved and receives individual attention. All the programs culminate in full-scale Broadway-style productions and recitals performed on a professional stage.
These training programs are developed on an independent study format so students can flourish while improving their skills. For only $130 per month, the students attend classes, workshops and rehearsals in each area of study: Music, Dance and Acting.
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Casting begins in early November when the production staff has had the chance to assess the students' present capabilities. Everyone gets a role as either a lead, supporting player, or ensemble member, which reflects each individual's current abilities as they further develop their own style.
The show is used as a vehicle to teach techniques that are more intriguing and challenging. The most powerful achievement will be their performance in a full-scale Broadway-style show at the end of the season, which can only be accomplished through consistent invigorating work and dedication.
Group Ensemble Classes
Classes are $60 per month for Acting, Singing and Dance, for Grades K-12. These inspiring programs allow students to train with professionals and build self-esteem and confidence, and culminate with an end-of-season recital.
Participants can work one-on-one with Next Stop Broadway's talented instructors and strengthen their skills as a performer in Acting, Singing or Dance. Students can train for upcoming auditions, prepare pieces for talent competitions or college. The cost is $40 per half-hour lesson, and $70 for a full hour.
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About the Coral Springs Center for the Arts
The Coral Springs Center for the Arts (also known as THE CENTER) brings the finest in music, dance, comedy and more to the community; offering a variety of entertainment and artistic events for all ages and interests. From the best of Broadway, to top comedians, jazz and pop concerts, and a diverse selection of family productions, the theater has something for every taste.
Available for Interview:
Meera Paul, Director of Marketing
Coral Springs Center for the Arts
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