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A $50 fee will be charged to cover the costs of the music. To register, go to https://libertyadulted.org/regtest.html. PCT will host summer theater workshops. PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theatre will expand its Summer Workshop program silver ballroom dance shoes. Now in its third year providing affordable acting workshops, PCT is expanding its offering. New are the Musical Theater Dance Workshops designed for children ages 6-12 with a more comprehensive workshop for teens/adults (13 and older). These workshops teach students beginning dance moves that every theater person should know, including jazz, ballet and tap. The class includes instructions for two contrasting routines you can take with you to your next audition. Dance workshops are scheduled on Aug. 20, children in the morning and teens/adults in the afternoon..
Finally, PCT brings back its Audition Workshops where you one learn what to expect during an audition, including: appropriate behavior/attire and audition slate, song suggestions and how to select the appropriate song for a musical audition, short cold read session, and the very basic beginning dance moves you need to know for that next musical theater audition. Children’s workshop (ages 6-12) are scheduled on July 23 silver ballroom dance shoes. Teen/Adult workshops are two days of comprehensive work and are scheduled July 30 and Aug. 6..
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