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Children’s Theatre of Annapolis presents Broadway Q&A (May 10, 2014)

| April 29, 2014, 01:11 PM | 0 Comments

theater_masksChildren’s Theatre of Annapolis presents a Broadway Insider Q&A with a Broadway Connections teacher and star of Broadway show “Peter & the Starcatcher” at CTA on Saturday, May 10,  9:00 a.m. to 12:00. Kids will learn acting and improv techniques in the style of “Peter & the Starcatcher.”  The class will end with an exciting “behind-the-scenes” Q & A where students are encouraged to ask about auditions, Broadway, and the excitement of performing every night!  A featured Broadway bound student will be chosen by the teacher after every Broadway Connections Master Class or Workshop. This is an extra special addition to the class that inspires students to be at their best! The student will be announced at the end of class and then featured on Broadway Connections Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BwayConnection.  Kids ages 12 – 18 are eligible and tuition is only $125.

More information is available at www.childrenstheatreofannapolis.org or by calling 410-757-2281.

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