A non-profit arts organization, Broadway Theatre Project (BTP) trains students in the disciplines of acting, dancing, and singing. Summer sessions are held in July on the University of South Florida campus in Tampa. Here are a few of the ways in which Broadway Theatre Project programs stand out from the competition.

1. BTP's resident faculty hails from all over the country. Standouts include Garfield Lemonius, former master dance teacher at the Debbie Allen Dance Institute Summer Intensive, and Ann Morrison, an on- and off-Broadway actress who co-founded Kaleidoscope Theatre, a musical theatre workshop for actors with developmental disabilities.

2. BTP prepares students for all aspects of theatre life, whether auditioning, developing a resume, or touring and performing. Students learn the technical aspects of their art as well as the business skills required to excel as a working actor and singer.

3. After more than 20 years in the business, BTP is one of the most well-known and esteemed programs in the country. Playbill called the Project "the world's most prestigious musical theatre arts education program for high school and college students."

To learn more about this summer's program, visit broadwaytheatreproject.com.
 


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