Texas State hosts Broadway Theatre Project auditions
Posted by Jayme Blaschke
University News Service
January 4, 2011
The Broadway Theatre Project will hold auditions at Texas State University-San Marcos Jan. 23 at the Theatre Center on campus.
The auditions begin at noon are open to any Central Texas high school or college students interested in a career in musical theatre. The Theatre Center is located at 403 Moon Street in San Marcos.
"I would highly recommend this wonderful program, run entirely Broadway professionals," said Kaitlin Hopkins, head of musical theatre at Texas State. "BTP is a amazing organization with so much to offer young artists."
Students should arrive at least half an hour before the audition begins for registration, and bring a completed application with them. Applications may be downloaded at www.broadwaytheatreproject.com/home/2010_application.pdf.
The 2011 BTP Musical Theatre summer intensive will be held July 10-30 in Tampa, Fla. For additional information, visit www.broadwaytheatreproject.com.
About the Broadway Theatre Project
Founded in 1991, Broadway Theatre Project (BTP) is the world's most prestigious musical arts education program for high school and college students. Students attend an intensive three-week training program focused on the key disciplines of musical theatre including acting, dancing, singing and the many facets of each, as well as the critical life skills necessary to prepare them to work in the professional world of entertainment. Emphasis is not only placed on the individual art forms but also on the collaborative process and the collective creation of art. Our mission is to provide educational excellence and to mold a creative, collaborative, well rounded, professional musical theatre arts performer.