Do you or a younger member of your family have Broadway dreams, but don’t know how to start? Well five-time Tony-nominated couple Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise, currently co-starring in Broadway’s Tony-winning revival of Pippin, can help. The theatrical pair is teaching a two-week musical theater intensive called Triple Arts in New York City from August 5 through August 16.
Triple Arts students receive one-on-one training from Mann and d’Amboise (whose combined credits include the iconic musicals Les Miserables, A Chorus Line and Cats) in the disciplines of singing, dancing and acting. The immersive program culminates in a grand final performance in which students showcase their hard work alongside the camp’s esteemed faculty.
Triple Arts is held at the National Dance Institute in upper Manhattan. Applicants between the ages of 12 and 18 can apply here. Classes include audition techniques, song interpretation, scene study, dance techniques, scene to song, and vocal training.
On Broadway, Mann has created the roles of Javert in Les Miserables (Tony nomination), Rum Tum Tugger in Cats and the Beast in Beauty and the Beast (Tony nomination). His addition credits include Rags, Barnum, Jerome Robbins’ Broadway, The Rocky Horror Show, Lennon, The Addams Family and The Scarlet Pimpernel. d’Amboise is best known for frequently starring as Roxie Hart in Broadway’s Tony-winning revival of Chicago. She picked up Tony nominations for her role as Cassie in A Chorus Line and her performance in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway. Other notable Broadway credits include Charity in Sweet Charity, Lola in Damn Yankees, Woman in Song and Dance, Chris in Carrie, Wife in Contact and Kathy in Company.
Check out a montage from the 2008 Triple Arts Broadway Series.