CAMBRIDGE – Drayton Entertainment’s online Broadway Bootcamp for youth proved so popular, the first spring break session sold out in 48 hours. Due to high demand, the not-for-profit charitable arts organization has added another two-day session during spring break on April 14 and 15.
Parents and youth are encouraged to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. As the program is online, it is open to participants across Canada.
The program promises a “fun-filled online Broadway Bootcamp” featuring classes in singing, dancing, improv, and monologues.
Young performers will receive insight into how professional theatre productions are rehearsed and performed, while they meet new friends, and develop their performance skills, theatre officials state.
“We know parents, kids, and teens are always looking for fun things to do during the break, and with so many extracurricular activities cancelled during the pandemic, students are missing the arts more than ever,” says artistic director Alex Mustakas. “Our online Broadway Bootcamp is uniquely designed to cultivate young talent, connect young performers, and give them the chance to hone their skills for future success. Plus, they have such a great time together, and that connection is so important, now more than ever.”
Classes are taught by industry professionals.
Visit https://www.draytonentertainment.com for details.