This series of workshops are the inaugural co-curricular classes for the Programs in Theater and Music Theater. Held on Thursdays from 7:30-9:30 PM (ET), these workshops provide the opportunity for students to explore vocal repertoire from across the canon of musical theatre, develop their own practice of interpreting narrative storytelling through song, and hone their audition technique. Taught by Adam Hyndman ’12 and co-taught/music directed by Emily Whitaker ’15.
These co-curricular workshops are open for audit to all students, alumni, staff & faculty, however only undergraduate students will be eligible to perform vocal selections. Undergraduate students are invited to sing each week; all levels of experience welcome. As time is limited, students interested in performing a song must register to participate at least one week prior.
SPRING 2021 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
- February 11, 2021 — Intro Class (only 7:30-8:30 PM): No preparation required.
- February 18 — Ballads
- February 25 — Contemporary Musical Theater
- March 4 — Golden Age
- March 11 — Pop / Rock
- March 18 — Folk / R&B
- March 25 — Patter Songs & Character Songs
JOIN A WORKSHOP
All classes are free and held virtually on Zoom. Visit the Virtual Events page and log-in with Princeton net ID in order to view Zoom links for classes.
Alumni interested in participating should contact Joe Fonseca by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are in need of access accommodations, please contact the Lewis Center at least 2 weeks in advance at LewisCenter@princeton.edu.