Occurs on Monday July 29 2019

All Day Event


Vashon Center for the Arts
19600 Vashon Highway SW
Vashon Island WA 98070

Performance Notes

× Broadway Boot Camp with The 5th Avenue Theatre!

Ages: 13-18

Mon-Fri, July 29-Aug 2, 9:30 am-3:30 pm & Christine Andreas Workshop, Aug 10, 1-3 pm

Tuition: $375 Member | $395 General (includes $15 materials fee)

Instructors: 5th Avenue Theatre guest instructors

Join us for a deep dive into the world of musical theatre skills and fundamentals led by a team of teaching artists from Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. The largest musical theatre producing house in the region, The 5Th Avenue Theatre has developed pieces that go on to Broadway and beyond. Focus on integrating singing, dancing, and acting while creating musical theater performances that are empowering, dynamic, and grounded in emotional truth. Camp will culminate in an informal presentation for family and friends. As an added bonus, Boot Camp students have free admission to a workshop with Broadway actress and singer, Christine Andreas, from 1-3 pm on Aug 10th.

About the instructors: Nikki Long is an original cast member and dance captain for Aladdin on Broadway and was formerly a cast member of The Lion King, both on Broadway and as an original cast member for the first National Tour. She was also an original cast member for the first National Tour of Monty Python’s Spamalot, and was a Radio City Rockette in NYC. She is currently a vacation swing for both the Broadway and National Tour companies of Aladdin. Her regional theater credits include Elf, Cinderella, Catch Me If You Can, On The Town, White Christmas, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and Mame. She was the Associate Choreographer for Annie. Nikki is also a professional photographer, Pilates instructor and a mother of two.

ORLANDO MORALES is a Seattle-based musician, educator, and songwriter. He is currently Director of Education and Engagement at The 5th Avenue Theatre and holds a Masters in Teaching from the University of Washington. He has taught music and theater for over thirteen years—with a special interest in employing the performing arts to empower young people, inspire cross-cultural dialogue, and dismantle systems of oppression. He is a Johnny Mercer Songwriters Project alum and a 2018 Jonathan Larson Grant finalist. Orlando also coordinates Rondalya sa Seattle, a Filipino American folkloric music ensemble and is a member of the Shades of Praise Gospel Choir at St. Therese Parish.

For questions or help with registration, please call 206-259-3005

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