321 Group Sales offers the following customized workshops, presented by Broadway Workshop:
Broadway Rehearsal or Choir Workshop
Our most popular workshop! This session is taught by a Broadway performer from the show your group is seeing during your visit. Sheet music will be provided to the group, who will then work with a cast member and one of Broadway Workshop’s musical directors. The workshop recreates a true Broadway rehearsal with students learning the choreography, staging, and music directly from the Broadway production they are seeing, or the Broadway show of your choice. Choir Workshops focus on learning vocal parts from the score, then students meet a cast member from the Broadway company. Available as a 60 or 90 minute workshop.
Group will work with Broadway dancer on original choreography from a Broadway Show (Wicked, Mary Poppins, Hairspray, West Side Story etc.) Guest teacher will lead group in full warm up at the start of the class. Class will end with Q & A with our Broadway guest. 60 or 90 minute workshop.
Theatre Games/Improv Workshop
Group will work with professional actor/teacher on improv and Theatre Games. Students will actively participate during this fast-paced and fun session. After a short warm-up session, students engage in improvisational exercises designed to heighten focus, creativity, quick thinking and sensitivity to others. 60 or 90 minute workshop.
This workshop gets students on their feet to learn the secrets of simulated combat. Trained professionals take your students behind the scenes to discover how fights and combat are choreographed on stage. In this thrilling workshop, safety and collaboration are the focus of the session. Participants actively enjoy simulated combat during the entire class, and safely walk away learning some valuable techniques. 60 or 90 minute workshop.
Business of the Business Seminar
Guest speaker will talk to group on how to create a career in the New York musical theatre market. This seminar focuses on: photos, resumes, agents, managers, casting directors, open calls, mailings, unions, survival jobs, audition material, creating a business plan and many other important aspects of the performing arts. This seminar will conclude with a Q&A for students to ask their own questions regarding this class. 60 minute workshop.
Meet The Artist Q&A
Groups will meet a cast member from the Broadway show of their choice in a professional rehearsal studio. In this private question and answer session, students will gain insights into what it’s like to be a Broadway actor in New York City. 60 minute workshop.
The Audition Workshop
Students will work with a Broadway guest teacher and one of Broadway Workshop’s musical directors on song interoperation, music selection and the audition process in this workshop. Students will need to have sheet music in advance of this workshop. This workshop is for advanced level groups.