Guest Artist, Broadway Training Intensive
Andrea Kehler is the Producing Artistic Director of Broadway Training Intensive, and the Marketing Director of Broadway Bound Kids in NYC. She began her professional performing career in her teens when she appeared with the National Tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Andrea has been honored to work along-side legendary entertainers including Ann Reinking, Ben Vereen, Terrence Mann, Alix Korey, and Charlotte d’Amboise. Favorite performing credits include Drama Desk Nominated Cut to the Chase (Little Angela), The Gregory Hines Tribute, How to Succeed… (Hedy La Rue), Cinderella (Anastasia), Nunsense (Sr. Robert Ann), Wizard of Oz (Toto puppeteer), Snoopy (Woodstock), and Peter Pan (Tinkerbell). Directing and choreography credits include Broadway Comes To Denver, Seussical, Dear Edwina, All Shook Up, Bye Bye Birdie, and many more. Andrea trains professional voice teachers to coach acting for songs, is a college audition coach, teaches dance and acting in private lessons and classes, and has taught in many universities, theatre programs, dance studios, and public and private schools across the country.
Acting Your Song: Take It to the Next Level
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced / , , Musical Theatre, , , /
Performers need more than a just good voice in order to really bring songs to life. Learn how to make movement easy and natural, layer your songs with an array of emotions and intentions that create depth of character, and tell a compelling story. The skills taught in this workshop allow singers to be in-the-moment, confident, and fresh for every audition and performance. Wherever you are, we'll take your performance to the next level. There will be opportunities for some students to be coached! Please bring recorded accompaniment and a copy of your sheet music.
Monologues: Learn How Tony Winners Do It
Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced / Acting, , Musical Theatre, , , /
This master class is the foundation of the Broadway Training Intensive’s acting curriculum. The skills taught in this workshop allow actors to be in-the-moment, confident, and fresh for every audition and performance — they learn tried and tested techniques that give them a polished and professional edge. The workshop introduces concepts utilized by Tony Award winning directors and performers, top musical theatre colleges and universities, and NYC acting studios frequented by working professionals to keep themselves fresh eight shows a week. Wherever you are, we'll take you to the next level. There will be opportunities for some students to be coached on a monologue! Please bring a copy of monologue text if available.