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Spring 2021 virtual musical!


The Addams Family – Quarantine Edition

Book by Marshall Brickman
Book by Rick Elice
Music and Lyrics by Andrew Lippa

THE ADDAMS FAMILY, a comical feast that embraces the wackiness in every family, features an original story and it’s every father’s nightmare: Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family– a man her parents have never met. And if that wasn’t upsetting enough, Wednesday confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before– keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents.  To address social distancing concerns during the pandemic of 2020, this Dramatic Concert Version of THE ADDAMS FAMILY is intended to be played to a socially separated audience by a cast of socially separated actors.

Bravo Academy’s Advanced Music Theatre Troupe Program is a year-long experience dedicated to providing the finest music theatre education in the Greater Toronto Area.

Students work with industry professionals and experienced theatre educators to produce high-quality performances, while receiving advanced level training in the elements of music theatre. Admission to the program is by audition only, resulting in a fast-paced creative environment where budding artists can truly shine. Music theatre encourages children to use their imagination, work as a team, develop communication skills and build self-confidence.

Advanced Teen Troupe is a professional training program that gives students the opportunity to work with industry leaders to develop advanced music theatre skills. With two full-scale productions each year, this exclusive ensemble prepares, supports, and encourages performers to realize their full potential. Advanced Teen Troupe is our most advanced program and is the perfect training opportunity for students seeking preparation for post-secondary music theatre studies.

Watch a preview of Teen Troupe’s last season production of Theory of Relativity!


TUITION FEES

The total tuition fee for the Spring 2021 Virtual Troupe is $988.75 ($875 + HST).

$593.25 will be charged upon registration. The remainder will be charged January 4th to the payment method provided. New students will also be charged a $33.90 registration fee.

Spring 2021 Virtual Troupe Withdrawal Policy
Withdrawal before January 4th, 2021: No refund provided; remaining 40% of tuition fee will not be charged.
Withdrawal after January 4th, 2021: No refund provided.
Your January 4th 40% remainder payment will be automatically billed to the credit card on file.

Withdrawal notice must be provided in writing. Tuition fees are not transferable to other programs.

CLASS FORMAT
The Spring 2021 Virtual Troupe will run completely virtually. This means that rehearsals will be conducted online, via Zoom, with students working toward the production of a virtual musical.
CLASS SCHEDULE

Thursdays 6:30-9:00pm.
2-3 additional Sunday rehearsals 1:00-4:00pm
Exact Sunday rehearsal dates will be provided before rehearsals begin.

important dates:

Thursday, January 28: First rehearsal
Thursday, February 11: Family Day weekend (no rehearsal)
Thursday, March 18: March Break (no rehearsal)
Thursday, April 1: Passover Break (no rehearsal)
Sunday, April 25: Tech Rehearsal
Monday, April 26: Tech Rehearsal
Tuesday, April 27: Dress Rehearsal
Thursday, April 29: Dress Rehearsal
Saturday, May 1: Show #1
Sunday, May 2: Show #2

*Dates are subject to change.

Auditions for Spring 2021 Troupes! Click here for information!

Auditions


All of our Troupe programs are audition-based and no previous experience is necessary. While students do not require past music theatre experience to audition, successful Intermediate Troupe applicants are those that demonstrate an excitement and willingness to learn and perform music theatre. 

Teen Troupe audition requirements include:
  • 2 music theatre songs (age appropriate, 32-bar selection)
  • 1 monologue (60 seconds or under in any style)
  • Sheet music for accompanist  (preferably double-sided, hole-punched and in a binder)
  • Headshot
  • Completed audition form
  • Resume (optional)


What You Gain

  • Learn music theatre fundamentals
  • Improve your singing, dancing, and acting
  • Make friends with other young performers in your community
  • Build confidence
  • Gain leadership and teamwork skills
  • Grow creatively in a supportive environment
  • Improve presentation skills
  • Prepare for further studies or professional opportunities in music theatre
  • Work with industry professionals
  • Gain valuable performing experience
  • Make lifelong friends
  • Have fun!

What We Provide

  • Highly skilled and credentialed industry-professional instructors
  • Show materials including script and score
  • Detailed schedules and rehearsal resources on Student’s Corner
  • A fully-realized production in a professional setting
  • Fully produced virtual production designed by a team of professionals
  • Limited cast sizes so all students have a featured role

Fall 2020 Teen Troupe Faculty