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Perform in the heart of the West End

FACULTY

Kenneithia Mitchell

Kenneithia Mitchell

Managing Director/Voice Teacher

Simon Green

Simon Green

Director

Tom Ling

Tom Ling

Writer

Rebecca Levy

Rebecca Levy

Composer

Ellie Jones

Ellie Jones

Writer

Alice Fearn

Alice Fearn

Voice Teacher

Vincent Connor

Vincent Connor

Producer/Voice Teacher

Michael J. Polo

Michael J. Polo

Producer

Faculty

PRogram Fee

£5250

every admitted participant is eligible for financial assistance

Program fee includes the following:

  • Daily Courses

  • Local Transit for festival related activities

  • Faculty Fees

  • Masterclasses

  • Private Lessons

  • Housing (Community Kitchen Included)

  • Administrative Fees

  • Visiting Agents

  • Facility Costs

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Program Fee
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DAILY REHEARSALS

Daily rehearsals and classes will take place at

 

The Hub Studios

2 Hague Street
London, England E2 6HN

The Hub Studios is located just two stops on the Tube from Stratford One residency where all participants will be staying.  

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PERFORMANCES

A Historic Venue

Established in 1891 with a clear social and cultural purpose, St Bride Foundation is one of London’s hidden gems.

Housed in a beautiful Grade II listed Victorian building, St Bride Foundation was originally set up to serve the burgeoning print and publishing trade of nearby Fleet Street, and is now finding a new contemporary audience of designers, printmakers and typographers who come to enjoy a regular programme of design events and workshops.

Many thousands of books, printing-related periodicals and physical objects are at the heart of St Bride Library. Volumes on the history of printing, typography, newspaper design and paper-making jostle for space alongside one of the world’s largest and most significant collections of type specimens. The printed, written, carved and cast word may be found at St Bride in its myriad forms. Architectural lettering and examples of applied typography in many media, together with substantial collections of steel punches and casting matrices for metal types are also held in this eclectic collection.

St Bride retains many of its original features, including the baths, laundry, printing rooms and library. As part of the Foundation’s original mission to provide for the community, many of the building’s unique and characterful spaces are available to hire whether for meetings, weddings or classes.

St Bride also houses the popular Bridewell Theatre, and Bridewell Bar (once the laundry), and hosts a year-round programme of plays, comedy, music and exhibitions.

With some 65,000 visitors a year St Bride Foundation is a major London hub for the creative arts in London. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

A day in the life

Each day is jammed pack with great instruction and information for the success of your future career on Broadway and the West End!

 

10:00am - 12:00pm:  Staging, Lessons, Classes

12:00pm - 1:00pm:    Lunch Break

1:00pm -   5:00pm:    Staging, Lessons, Classes

5:00pm -   6:00pm:    Dinner Break

6:00pm -   Evening:   Optional dance classes (up                                      to ten)

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Application Instructions

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

The LMTA application is currently open and will close April 15th, 2024.  In order to complete the application, please click the button below which says 'Apply Now'.  You will be asked to include your name, email, phone, address, and a downloadable link for us to view your submission materials.  After entering your information, click the 'Submit and Pay' button.  You will be redirected to PayPal in order to pay your $35.00 application fee. 

DATES

Dates will be announced soon. 

ELIGIBILITY

Any singer over the age of 18 years old is eligible to apply for the London Summer Music Theater Academy.  

SUBMISSION MATERIALS

LMTA requires singers to submit two recordings where one should be an up tempo song, and the second should be a ballad or a contemporary song written after 1990.  At least one selection must be a video upload.

UPLOADING YOUR MATERIALS

You should upload your materials to GoogleDrive, DropBox, or WeTransfer.  Once uploaded, locate the shareable-downloadable link and copy/paste this link to 'Downloadable Link' in the application portal.  This will allow us to view/listen to your materials.  If you have any questions about uploading your materials, please contact us.  

Application Instructions
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