Logan Marber sings at event

Alpharetta resident, Logan Marber, has just finished a remote Summer with Broadway Artists Alliance of New York City!

Logan Marber wrapped up an amazing week with Broadway Artists Alliance’s Session One, an intensive program taught by New York professionals that premiered its first online edition this year! This past week she studied a Songs and Scenes Masterclass with Jackie Burns, Broadway's longest-running Elphaba from Wicked, Nailing Your On-Camera Audition with Paul Schaefer (The Phantom of the Opera), and many more. She also got the chance to attend a viewing party of the original Broadway production of Into The Woods! Logan and her classmates also had a special visit from double Tony nominee, Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice, School of Rock) for an exclusive question and answer session and a surprise visit from Tony Award winner, Santino Fontana (Tootsie, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella and the Frozen film)! Logan ended the week performing in a digital final showcase for top industry professionals from New York City!

 

Broadway Artists Alliance of New York City is an elite, audition-based program that provides professional training for young musical theatre performers. The program is uniquely situated in the heart of New York City, and offers classes taught by Tony Award winners, Broadway performers and New York’s top casting directors, agents, coaches and choreographers. Candidates audition to be voice, acting, or dance majors and, if accepted, get to study in New York City with other students from around the country and overseas. On 2020, students get to safely continue experience one-on-one training with BAA’s exclusive online programs all the way from from their homes, still taught by Broadway stars!

 

Broadway Artists Alliance students work to develop their “Triple Threat” performance skills while learning about the business of acting and making connections with industry professionals. They also perform in a final industry showcase for top NYC Agents, Managers and Casting Directors.

 

Students receive group instruction and private coaching in disciplines including audition technique, song interpretation, monologue work, scene study, on-camera acting, and musical theatre dance from instructors including Tony Award Winners Alice Ripley, Randy Graff, Jessie Mueller, Kelli O’Hara, Randy Graff, Sutton Foster, Alice Ripley, Christian Borle and Jason Robert Brown, and Broadway and TV professionals as Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, Lea Michele, Megan Hilty, Kyle Dean Massey and more!

 

Broadway Artists Alliance’s alumni can be seen on Broadway, in National Tours, on Television, and in Film. Past students include Grammy Winner Ariana Grande, Broadway’s Renée Rapp (Mean Girls), Grace DeAmicis (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child), Phoebe Koyabe (Dear Evan Hansen), Ryan Foust (Charlie and The Chocolate Factory), Casey Butler (Finding Neverland), Kyle Taylor Parker (Kinky Boots, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Clay Thomson (Newsies, Matilda), Emerson Steele (Violet), Nala Hamilton (The Lion King) and Emma Howard (Matilda, Violet and The Beguiled film), Zoë Glick (Frozen) and Sarah Meahl (Hello, Dolly! Kiss Me, Kate!), just to name a few!

 

To learn more about what Logan experienced with Broadway Artists Alliance, and how you can also be a part of the experience, visit our website at www.broadwayartistsalliance.org, or contact us via social media through @BAAofNYC in Instagram and Twitter, and on Facebook at fb.me/BroadwayArtistsAlliance.­

 

 

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