Kim Morgan Greene Joins Broadway Theatre Project 2018

Kim Morgan Greene Joins Broadway Theatre Project 2018Now entering its 28th year, Broadway Theatre Project (BTP), a program described by Playbill as "The world's most prestigious musical theatre arts education program for high school and college students", announces Kim Morgan Greene will join the visiting faculty team. BTP faculty range from professional dancers and choreographers to vocal coaches and directors.

Kim has done Fosse, Sweet Charity, 42nd St., Chicago on the stage, Grey's Anatomy, Dynasty II: The Colbys on the small screen, and Miss Congeniality 2, The Bratz Movie, Happy Endings on the large screen.

She is a Producer, Director, Choreographer, who has worked on over 30 musicals, winning numerous critics' awards, while also possessing a deep passion for teaching. However, as a mother, Kim dedicates each and every performance to her "beautiful daughter, Morgan".

Kim's words to us when schedules meshed and she discovered she wasable to join us in July 2018: "I'm so honored to be able to be a part of BTP!" Kim was a protégé' of Bob Fosse's and thus, " I'd sit a few rows behind Bob in tech for Sweet Charity and take pages and pages of notes. I would like to pass on to the BTP students those gems that Bob Fosse and Annie Reinking taught me. We have to keep Bob Fosse alive."

If you are interested in learning what Kim experienced and would like to pass on during her run with Bob Fosse in Sweet Charity and with Ann Reinking in Fosse, the difference between acting onstage and behind the camera, repertory work that could come from any of the 30 shows she has done, as well as studying with the other amazing people who have helped and are helping to make Broadway what it is, contact BTP IMMEDIATELY. The website is: www.broadwaytheatreproject.com.There are a few spots left for BTP 2018

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