Musical Theater Intensive Featuring Tony Nominated Bobby Steggert "Ragtime" - October 23rd-25th

- Featuring Tony-Award nominated Bobby Steggert - and guest panelists Alison Pybus and Terry Eberhardt

Join us October 23rd - 25th (see times below) for a Musical Theater Intensive at Red Bridge Studios in Historic Savage Mill, MD.

Getting ready for college auditions? Want to make the most out of your next show audition? Spend a weekend at Red Bridge Studios and our distinguished panelists will help you elevate your performance and polish your audition package so that you can walk into your next audition or performance with the confidence of being fully prepared.

Coaching and Auditions

Our Intensive will give you invaluable feedback on your materials, audition songs, and monologues from experienced professionals currently working in the field.

The intensive will include one-on-one interaction with panelists, round table discussions, Q&A sessions, and mock auditions.

Bobby Steggert

Panelists include Tony Award nominated actor Bobby Steggert, Alison Pybus, Personal Management, former VP of IMG Classical Artists New York, and Grammy nominated vocal coach,Terry Eberhardt.

About Bobby Steggert:

Bobby Steggert has starred in several Broadway plays and musicals, most notably the acclaimed revival of Ragtime, for which he was nominated for a Tony Award. He appeared opposite Tyne Daly in the world premiere of Terrence McNally's Mothers and Sons, and can be heard on the original Broadway cast recordings of 110 in the Shade with Audra McDonald and Big Fish opposite Norbert Leo Butz. Other notable off-Broadway cast recordings include Yank!, A Minister's Wife, and Giant. A four-time Drama Desk Award nominee and the recipient of the Theater World Award for his continued excellence in the theater, he has appeared in numerous productions at New York's most prestigious theaters, including The Public, The Signature, Playwrights Horizons, The Vineyard, The New Group, and Lincoln Center. Most recently, he created the role of Toulouse-Lautrec in Jason Robert Brown, Alfred Uhry, and Charles Aznavour's My Paris at the Goodspeed Opera House. He is a graduate of NYU and studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. He is also enjoying his first year as a professor of acting at New York City's Pace University.

Cost is $250 to participate, $150 to audit.


10/23 Fri. 7-9:30 P.M. 10/24 Sat. 10-5:00 P.M. 10/25 Sun. 3-5:00 P.M.

Please contact for more information or to register.

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