Musical Theater Intensive
Join MTC for this 2 week intensive for those performers looking to hone their “Triple Threat” skills and be a Broadway Baby! In a high-paced two weeks, performers learn and work on scenes/monologues/creative writing/songs/dance/improv and more resulting in a final recorded performance! Students will each get one on one time with a performance coach as part of this camp. This camp will also help students dive deeper into acting methods to help with all types of performing. If your child loves to perform, this camp will sure to be a hit!
July 6-10 & July 13-17
*Age 6 with previous experience may be permitted with approval from instructor.
Camp will meet at Dance It Off-Sandy Springs
*No discounts can be applied to this camps
MTC is thrilled to welcome back returning teacher, Katie Timmins!
Katie Timmins received her Bachelor's Degree in Musical Theatre from the American Musical and Dramatic Academy of Los Angeles in 2009. She loves to direct and perform in the local Atlanta area and holds a special spot for her OUAB family! She joined the OUAB team back in 2013 teaching creative ballet, acting, musical theatre, workshops, and Troupe.
She was last seen as “Little Red” in the musical Into the Woods with Newnan Theatre Company. Her favorite directed shows include You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Atlanta Jewish Academy), Peter Pan Jr. (OUAB) and A Little Princess (Calvary Christian High School).
She has been spotted on occasion as princess characters at birthday parties; her favorite, as Anna from Frozen. Naturally, she is excited to be a part of this show and to explore the magic of Arendelle with your talented performers! When she's not working on the stage, she is a full time photographer. Check out her work at https://www.anchorandoak.com
MTC Casting Policy
Auditions will be held prior to the first day of camp. Students will be cast at the director’s discretion. It is important for the students to learn that MTC Summer Show performers are a team, and as a team, we will support one another in whatever roles have been assigned. We ask that parents support our directors with this message. We know there will be a time when your child comes home not having received the part they wanted, and we ask parents to focus on the positive. Due to the fact that we want to create a supportive, positive environment for our performers, there will be no tolerance for students or parents criticizing other students or their assigned roles or opportunities.
Additionally, not getting the part they want does not justify bad behavior or dropping out of the show. No refunds will be given after casting has occurred. Every single role is an opportunity for growth (in singing, acting, dancing, stage presence, theatrical experience, etc.), and with the right attitude, can be a very enjoyable and beneficial experience. All of our students are equal in importance.