Musical Theatre Nerds Club!
In this ongoing, drop in club we'll learn about and discuss a different musical each week (Broadway, off-Broadway, or movie musical!).
year old learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
35 minutes per class
On September 30th we're discussing SIX! In this ongoing, drop in club we will learn about and discuss a different musical each week. This will include musicals currently on or formerly on Broadway, off-Broadway, and movie musicals. Use code MORGANT5 for $5 off your first class! Students will be given options to vote on and choose a musical at the end of each class so they can watch or listen to the cast album in preparation of the following class. That week's musical will be listed in the...
This class is taught in English.
Each week students will learn more about a different musical theatre production and have the chance to talk about their favorite shows. Students will also develop their communication and discussion skills with other students and have a safe, supportive space to share their ideas.
As a professional musical theatre actor and teaching artist, I am eager to bring this club to students to discuss their favorite musical theatre productions. I have worked as a teaching artist with this age group for several years and value my students' interest in discussing the shows we explore and their questions about the material. I believe that having discussions about the shows we watch and listen to help us to process the themes of the show and make us think while also giving us the opportunity to develop our communication and collaboration skills.
Students will want to familiarize themselves with the show of the week before the club meets. This show will be agreed upon at the end of each class and be posted in the class description for new students. I will share where to watch/listen to the cast recording with a guardian's permission.
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Our chats will always be kept appropriate for the classroom setting. I will begin each chat by reminding students that they are free to share but should refrain from sharing things they would be uncomfortable saying in front of their families. I encourage parents/guardians to review the show we are discussing to confirm you are comfortable with your student participating in the conversation. Each family will have their own comfort levels about what their student can discuss, and I invite you to reach out to me with any specific questions/concerns or skip weeks that you feel are not appropriate for your student.