BROADWAY: “The Great White Way”
Became one of the nicknames for Broadway in the late 1890s, back when the street was one of the first to be illuminated by electric light. By the turn of the century, Broadway was already revered as the mecca for aspiring American and International stage Performers.
And still nowadays Broadway continues to attract crowds of actors, singers, musicians and dancers who contribute to the affirmation of Broadway as the kingdom of entertainment.
Our program “Broadway Musical Workshop” offers you a fantastic experience and the privilege to study directly at the Theater District of Broadway with artists, choreographers, actors, dancers, singers and musicians, in activities in the most acclaimed show of the world.
The most qualified and complete experience for students, professionals and aspiring performers of the “Performing Arts”.
The new program has the same structure as that of the traditional twin program I Love New York Dancing by combining the study of the Musical to a specific course of English, focused on the terminology currently used in Dance and Musical Theatre performances .
The program is structured on “Musical Theater Master Classes“:
Musical Theatre Song and Movement
Acting and Staging
Dancing Choreography series
Meet a Broadway Artist
Making Music & Improvisation
Preparation for auditions of:
Acting Singing Dancing
The Master Classes of Dance, Voice and Acting will last 1 and a half hour and will be held every day from Monday to Friday, while those of Preparation for Auditions will have a duration of two hours and will be held only in the last week, to conclude the workshop and test your progresses.
The Master Classes of Dance, Voice and Sing will last an hour and a half and will be held every day from Monday to Friday, while those of Preparation for Auditions will have a duration of two hours and will be held only in the last week, on thursday and friday.
- Monday, 23 July: Introduction to Broadway
- Tuesday, 24 July: Voice
- Wednesday, 25 July: Dance – Choreography Series
- Thursday, 26 July: Making a Scene/Acting
- Friday, 27 July: Voice
- Monday, 30 July: Making a Scene/Acting
- Tuesday, 31 July: Voice
- Wednesday, 1 August: Dance – Choreography Series
- Thursday, 2 August: Making a Scene/Acting
- Friday, 3 August: Improvisation
- Monday, 6 August: Meet a Broadway Artist
- Tuesday, 7 August: Making a Scene/Acting
- Wednesday, 8 August: Dance – Choreography Series
- Thursday, 9 August: Mock Audition: Voice, Acting, Dance
- Friday, 10 August: Mock Audition: Voice, Acting, Dance
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY (NYU)
Founded in 1831, New York University is the largest private university in the United States. The University has degree-granting campuses in New York, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai and operates 11 global academic centers and research programs in more than 25 countries. New York University is also one of the largest employers in New York City, with more than 19,000 employees.
Founded in 1831, New York University is now one of the largest private universities in the United States. Of the more than 3,000 colleges and universities in America, New York University is one of only 60 member institutions of the distinguished Association of American Universities. From a student body of 158 during NYU’s very first semester, enrollment has grown to more than 50,000 students at three degree-granting campuses in New York City, Abu Dhabi, and Shanghai, and at study away sites in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America. Today, students come from every state in the union and from 133 foreign countries.
Since its inception, NYU has been a distinctly urban university, one that NYU founder, Albert Gallatin, called a university that is “in and of the city.” Today, the University has evolved into a university that is “in and of the great cities of the world.” NYU’s global network comprises three degree-granting portal campuses: one in the heart of New York City, a second in Abu Dhabi, and a third in Shanghai.
NYU’s more than 50,000 students study more than 4,000 courses in hundreds of degree and non-degree programs at locations around the world. In addition to the three portal campuses, students can study abroad at global academic centers in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, Madrid, London, Paris, Prague, Tel Aviv, Sydney, and Washington, DC.
NYU/SPS/ALI – The American Language Institute
The NYU School of Professional Studies American Language Institute (ALI) provides a comprehensive program of English language instruction and evaluation. We foster an atmosphere where proactive learning precedes rote memorization.
AMERICAN ENGLISH AND THE PERFORMING ARTS
Is a custom language program that has been structured by the Faculty of the American Language Institute in a targeted way to harmonize and optimize all the didactic activity of our programs.
The course will be highly oriented and more emphasis will be given to the oral understanding of the specific terminology of the dance, the learning of the language currently used in the dance lessons and musicals and in professional situations.
During the lessons the terminology of the various parts of the body involved in the movement and composition of dance steps, vocal intonation and acting will be examined.
Musical texts will be studied, deepening their reading, intonation, diction and exact pronunciation.
The course also includes lectures on the history of modern and contemporary dance and the Musical Theatre in general.
The course will be held two days a week: Monday and Wednesday, from 9 to 12, for a total of 18 hours.
On the last day of the course the certificates of attendance will be delivered.
Leisure Time Activity
Culture, art, museums, theaters, architecture, literature, cinema, music, fashion, ethnic groups, languages, religions and churches, Gospels, experimentation, finance, restaurants, discos, pubs, night clubs, shopping… and we could continuale the list to infinity. And our program of activities for the free time is very rich and articulated. Here you will find some of the destinations that we will not fail to visit.
The most famous museums of the city of New York
MoMa (Museum of Modern Art), the Metropolitan Museum and the Cloisters, Guggenheim, Whitney Museum, the Museum of Natural History, the Freak Collection, the Dance Collection of New York Public Library, Ellis Island, and many others.
Places of tourist interest-cultural
The Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty and the Museum of the Immigration at Ellis Island, United Nation Headquarter, Fifth Avenue, the Rockefeller Center and the Cathedral of Saint Patrick, Harlem with its Spanish Quartes and the deep soul of gospels sung in the countles Churches, Central Park, Greenwich Village, Brooklyn Promenade, the new beautiful High Line, Wall Street and the World Trade Center, Freedom Tower with its breathtaking view of One World Observatory.
Wide choice for evening entertainment
We are steps away from Greenwich Village, the East Village and Union Square where you can find any kind of music, all kinds of theaters: “In And Off Broadway”, pub, jazz clubs, pizza places, restaurants and shops open till late.
The most prestigious theaters of music and dance
The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts with its 5 theaters, the New York City Center, Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theatre in Harlem and lots of theaters dedicated to dance: Dance Theater Workshop, Joice Theater, PS122, La Mama, the Kitchen, New York City Center, and finally the legendary “Theatre Row” on the mythical BROADWAY.