BROADWAY TO 

HOLLYWOOD 

AUDITION WORKSHOP 

DAY 1. Learn How to Book    DAY 2. Mock Auditions

>   THE PROCESS

>   HEADSHOT & RESUME 

>   WHAT TO WEAR

>   AGENTS 

>   FREESTYLE & IMPROV

>   SCRIPT & SONG PREP

>    THE CALLBACK

>   LIFE ON THE ROAD

>   LIVING IN LA & NYC

You know how to dance but do you know how to audition!? Auditioning is an entirely different skill! At the Broadway to Holly

 

Learn how to book from a pro! On Day 1 you'll learn how to audition for Broadway, Concert Tours, Companies, Music Videos, Film, TV, Commercials & Award Shows on Day 1. On Day 2 you'll put  that knowledge to use at the Mock Auditions. AND you can include acting and vocal portions if you'd like! 

 

Kimberly shares everything she learned along the way that she wish she knew ahead of time! It's right at your finger tips in this one-of-a-kind workshop! Give your dancers an edge as they enter the professional world of entertainment with this invaluable experience!

 

The original In-Studio Dance Intensive. 

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