Musical Theater

What Is Musical Theater?

Musical Theatre is the combination of music (singing), acting and dancing and performers in this genre are commonly referred to as ‘triple threats’. It is also one of the easiest forms of theatre to introduce people to as an audience member, as there as so many possible points of engagement.

For those choosing this path, the world of musical theatre is pretty amazing.  It allows students to grow in new ways – but it takes real work to get good at it! That said, you will never stop learning in any art form and just taking a class or two in a specific discipline isn’t really enough to qualify as Musical Theatre.

Musical Theater at Danceland Studio

At Danceland Studio we will blend music, theatre and movement and as such it is important to learn the proper techniques of each. This includes how to breathe and sing properly; a basic dance and movement vocabulary – and as you mature more sophisticated training; and finally proper acting instruction – that emphasizes exploration, creativity and building the trust needed to work as part of a team.

Once you have some of the pieces of this puzzle, you will received the guidance and opportunity to see and understand how they work together – and to practice them together.

Theodosis Christidis

Theodosis Christidis lives and works in Cyprus where he teaches music and music theater.

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