Broadway Theatre Project is thrilled to announce that Pat Birch will be joining us for this year’s Summer Institute as a Visiting Artist.
In a career crossing all media, Director/Choreographer Patricia Birch has earned two Emmy Awards and five Tony nominations. Other honors include Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Fred Astaire Award, and Theater Hall of Fame for her choreography and direction of music-driven projects ranging from Sondheim to the Rolling Stones.
Learn more about Pat’s extensive credits on stage, film and television by clicking here.
BTP is excited to announce that Robert Dean Hertenstein, one of our resident artists and Senior Director of Entertainment Production for Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings will be conducting mock auditions at BTP this summer illustrating Norwegian’s actual audition process! So if you plan on auditioning for a job for Norwegian in the near future, be prepared to learn valuable audition hints!
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Broadway Theatre Project is thrilled to announce that the multi-talented Todrick Hall will be joining us as a Visiting Artist for this year’s Summer Institute.
A native of Texas, Todrick is a singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, choreographer, playwright, costume designer, Broadway performer, American Idol finalist, star of his own self-titled MTV Show and viral YouTube sensation with over 2 million subscribers and 400 million views.
Broadway Theatre Project is proud to welcome legendary tap dancer Jason Samuels Smith as a Visiting Artist to our Summer Institute.
Jason has emerged as a multi-talented leader in the art form of Tap. Over the course of his extensive travels, he has influenced, and at times, introduced the culture of tap dance to audiences of all ages and social economic backgrounds.
Gianna Palminteri is thrilled to return to BTP as Artistic Advisor and to join the teaching staff as Acting and Performance Coach With her experience in acting, producing, music & acting management and mentoring, Gianna will bring her special brand of coaching to each student and teach them their strengths while looking at the whole artist and guiding them into the right direction.