Adam Kantor's Broadway Studio
Broadway’s Adam Kantor invites advanced musical theater and theater students to join him in an exclusive online studio for a special week of coaching and industry insights. In this intimate experience limited to 10 students, participants will receive individualized coaching on 2-3 musical theater songs and/or monologues, observe their peers, and hear stories, tips and other insights from Adam’s career.
Each studio member can expect to be coached 2-3 times throughout the week.
ABOUT ADAM KANTOR
Adam Kantor recently won an Outer Critics Circle honor for his performance as Harry in Darling Grenadine at the Roundabout. Prior to that, he won a Grammy and an Emmy Award for his performance in the Tony-winning Broadway production of The Band’s Visit, in which he played Telephone Guy. Also on Broadway, he starred in Rent as Mark and Next To Normal as Henry, as well as in Fiddler On The Roof as Motel. Off-Broadway he played Jaime in the Second Stage revival of The Last Five Years. He also played Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q at New World Stages. On TV he was in Billions on Showtime in the role of Pununzio, and The Good Wife on CBS in the role of Ezra. Along with Brian Bordainick (founder of Dinner Lab) and Benj Pasek (songwriter of LaLa Land and Dear Evan Hansen), Adam co-founded StoryCourse which creates interactive immersive dining experiences. Adam produces their events, the latest of which was SaturdayNightSeder, a star-studded virtual Passover which raised over $3M for The CDC Foundation. Adam is a graduate of Northwestern University.
HOW THE STUDIO WILL BE STRUCTURED ONLINE
The studio will be held online via Zoom for two hours each day. Participants will be asked to join for the entire time in order to create a community-like experience of peer support, observation and performance.
Adam Kantor’s Broadway Studio will be held online via Zoom the week of Monday, June 22, through Friday, June 26, from 2-4 PM each day.
The week is open to advanced musical theater and theater students from grades 10 through college. High school or gap year students should be seriously considering a performance major after graduation. College students should be pursuing a performance degree or actively involved.
Each participant is also expected to prepare 2-3 musical theater songs and/or monologues for the week to use in coaching sessions. We are working with an accompanist to record an mp4 accompaniment track for one of your songs in advance of the week. This mp4 accompaniment track will be yours to keep for future auditions or performances with your selected song. Any additional items you may need will be communicated before camp starts.
We will be using Zoom. To successfully participate, you will need a laptop, tablet, smart phone or computer with a webcam (internal or external), reliable internet connection and an additional device from which to play your song's accompaniment track. Please reach out to us if you have any questions or concerns about your ability to participate due to a lack of access to technology. Any additional items you may need will be communicated before camp starts.
Adam Kantor’s Broadway Studio carries a registration fee of $285.
Please check out details on our SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM if financial assistance is needed to allow you to participate.
Scholarship applications should be submitted BEFORE registering.
Due to the configuration of this camp, many activities rely upon working with others and depend on full attendance throughout the week. Missed sessions may necessitate that a participant’s role be modified or reduced.
In the event that you are no longer able to participate, please submit notice of your cancellation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written notice of cancellation must be received two weeks prior to the first date of your camp or class in order for a refund to be issued. Refunded tuition will be minus a 6% processing fee to cover expenses associated with your original booking.
If a cancellation is submitted less than two weeks prior to the camp or class start date, a refund will only be issued if we are able to move a waitlisted student into the vacated spot.
Low enrollment: Des Moines Performing Arts reserves the right to cancel classes and camps due to insufficient enrollment without incurring obligation. If a class or camp is canceled by Des Moines Performing Arts, you are entitled to a full tuition refund.
If your preferred session is full, please add your name to our wait list by clicking HERE and indicate your participant's age and which session(s) you are interested in attending. We will contact you if a space becomes available or if additional sessions are added.
REGISTRATION OPENS TO THE PUBLIC:
Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at 9 AM
"The arts help us understand ourselves as human beings. If you look at how we've ever documented our existence, it's all through an art form."
-Eric Olmscheid, Director of Programming and Education