StudentsLive Launches South Korea Program

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StudentsLive- The Premiere Broadway Education Company offers international and domestic students of all ages the opportunity to experience, first hand, the best live, Broadway interactive theater education programs, taught by the best, highly trained Broadway specialists, our country has to offer. It allows these young students to experience the intensive training of a professional, successful and highly disciplined Broadway Artist and the myriad skills required in collaboration, interrelation, communication and human exploration. The goals are to expand and deepen students understanding and familiarity with Broadway. Through challenging music, dance, acting and "behind the scenes" studies physically, verbally and intuitively, we prepare them to be highly competitive in whatever career they choose to pursue.

The Final Performance features forty four 8 to 14 year old South Korean performers performing a Musical that includes a Medley of 40 Classic and Contemporary Broadway Show Numbers with an Original Book entitled: "Journey to America".
 
Broadway WorldWide Program Creative Team:
Amy Weinstein- Director/President of StudentsLive, Bill Stanley- Musical Director, &
LeeAnna Smith- Choreographer.
Broadway Guest Artists Include: Kat Ventura (Hair and Make-Up Artist- CHICAGO), Kevin Woodworth (Costume Designer- CHIACGO), Benton Whitley (Casting Associate- Duncan Stewart & Co.) and more

WHEN: TUESDAY AUGUST 16, 2011 7:15-8:15PM (Suggested Arrival Time: 6:45PM)
SHOW: Approximately One-Half Hour - Talk Backs: Begin at 7:45pm
WHERE: MANHATTAN MOVEMENT & ARTS CENTER (MMAC)-248 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023

WHEN: WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17, 2011 12:00-1:00PM (Suggested Arrival Time: 11:15AM)
SHOW: Approximately One-Half Hour - Talk Backs: Begin at 12:30pm
WHERE: THE UNITED NATIONS VISITOR CENTER (1st Avenue at 46th Street)

StudentsLive's mission is to create highly effective, interactive and innovative workshops and new
audience development programs in partnership with the best theater our country has to offer: Broadway. We enrich audiences' access to and understanding of live theatre; creating and inspiring newer, better and wider audiences and artists alike; connecting and providing deeply engaging, experiential visits to Broadway shows by offering the highest quality education programming and services. We began partnering with producers to develop future audiences of critical thinkers who would return time and again to seek out quality theatre, and instill appreciation and love for the arts at an early age.

Since 2000, StudentsLive's curriculum-based programs have attracted over 100,000 new audiences
from the widest range of cultural, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.StudentsLive supports alternative learning, cross cultural and interdisciplinary opportunities for a wide
range of new audiences and creating, developing, managing and implementing interactive Broadway
Educational Workshops and Materials for support in classrooms worldwide. StudentsLive trains, hires,and organizes teams of Broadway artists and professionals to serve each audience's needs, and our programs enable a new generation of audiences to make the arts a permanent part of their lives in ways in which they can deeply explore its value, not just fill up a seat.

Since 2000, StudentsLive's Award-Winning live interactive education programming have attracted over 100,000 participants from as far away as Guam, The UK, Italy, and from all across the United States. The League of American Theatres and Producers and Theatre Development Fund have awarded StudentsLive grants six years in a row for Outstanding Education Programs on Broadway.
StudentsLive's programs are now attracting adult groups and tour internationally in collaboration with presenters all across the world.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Call StudentsLive: (212) 220-6000
For email inquiries: info@studentslive.net


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