Master Class with Charlotte d'AmboiseJoin us for an exciting Master Class with renowned Guest Artist Charlotte d’Amboise. Sharpen your skills of acting through dance firsthand from one of Broadway’s legends. This class focuses on musical theatre choreography and acting through movement. Students may choose to register as a Participant or Observer.
If a student registers as a Participant, they will participate in the instructions and exercises alongside d’Amboise. This includes the Q&A afterwards. If a student registers as an Observer, they will watch the class and can participate in the Q&A afterwards.
Grades: 6-12th (Observer) | 8-12th (Participant)
Participant tuition: $80 ($70 for students currently enrolled in CTC's School of Theatre Training)
Observer tuition: $30 ($20 for students currently enrolled in CTC's School of Theatre Training)
The Master Class includes:
- 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm - Master Class instruction and exercises
- 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm - Cool down and Q&A with d'Amboise
About Triple Arts - Triple Arts is a unique musical theatre intensive designed to give aspiring performers, at any level, the opportunity to work directly with top industry professionals. It is founded by Broadway veterans, and recent stars of Jerry Springer - The Opera and the Tony-winning Broadway revival of Chicago, Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise. Their workshops build a strong foundation of confidence and skills while challenging students to reach new levels of personal achievement across the triple arts of the trade: acting, singing and dancing.
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* NOTE: The auditions for this program are for students age 15-22. Auditions will take place Saturday, March 28, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm at ImaginOn.
A veteran of numerous Broadway shows, Charlotte d'Amboise was nominated for the prestigious Tony Award for her performance as Cassie in the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line. Most recently, Charlotte was seen in the Broadway revival of Pippin in the role of Fastrada, for which she won the Fred Astaire Award. Other Broadway shows include Roxie in Chicago (Drama Critics Circle Award, The Ovation Award, The Bay Area Theatre Award), Lola in Damn Yankees (Fred Astaire Award), Charity in Sweet Charity (Fred Astaire Award) and Anita as well as other featured roles in Jerome Robbins’ Broadway (Tony Award Nomination.) Other Broadway shows include Contact, Company and Cats. She has also appeared in numerous Off-Broadway and regional productions.
Throughout her career onstage, she has worked alongside several legendary directors including Bob Fosse, Jerome Robbins, Michael Bennett, Peter Martins, Rob Marshall, Ann Reinking, Debbie Allen, Gillian Lynn, Rob Ashford, Diane Paulus, Walter Bobby and George Balanchine.
Charlotte can be seen in the documentary of real-life dancers as they struggle through auditions for the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line entitled, Every Little Step. Charlotte has also been seen in numerous films and TV shows, most recently in the acclaimed independent movie, Frances Ha.
She and her husband, Terrence Mann, are the artistic directors of a unique musical theatre intensive for teens interested in pursuing a career in the Arts. Go to www.triplearts.com for further information.