• General Description
  • Schedule
  • Instructor
  • Audition

General Description

Let’s take on the impossible and make it POSSIBLE! What is your challenge? Work one-on-one with Broadway’s Liz Kimball (South Pacific, World Goes Round, Hairspray) and make it a reality within a fantastic show, created in 3 days!

Students will, first, discuss their IMPOSSIBLE dream with Liz, then will begin the week with one-on-one coaching with Dana V. Music’s Dana Vachharajani and Katie McClave. After a day off for processing and memorizing, Liz Kimball will guide full music, staging, movement, and dialogue writing sessions to bring our show to the POSSIBLE!

Deadline for Registration and Audition Video Submission or Participation in LIVE Audition: April 25, 2018

Important Dates

January 8 Registration Open
April 25 Registration Deadline
April 27 Live Audition Day (@4:00 – 6:30pm) or Video Submission Deadline
June 22 Bring it to Broadway Casting and Track Assignments
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Daily Schedule


TBD Special ONE-on-ONE Phone or Skype meeting with Liz!


1:00 – 5:00 PM MUSIC REHEARSALS with Katie McClave and Dana Vachharajani (Individual or Group Rehearsal). *Private scheduling for this day. This is not a full camp day but private lessons with Dana and Katie to prep for your special numbers.


2:00 – 5:00 pm (Tentatively) Orientation and Group Numbers Rehearsal (Opener and Closer) with Katie McClave and Dana Vachharajani


DAY OFF OFF DAY (Practice, Memorize, and Process)


10:00 am – 6:00 pm Liz Begins. (Full Camp Day) Work two Group Numbers and loosely block solos or ensembles


10:00 am – 6:00 pm (Full Camp Day)Rehearse everything and polish, write special created dialogue


10:00 am – 2:30 pm FINAL REHEARSAL
3:00 pm SHOWTIME!
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Liz is thrilled to join the students and faculty at Bring it to Broadway and Dana V. Music. A New York City based director, choreographer, coach, educator, and writer, Liz is dedicated to telling transformational stories that lift the spirit, and empowering artists of all ages to flourish. She has been involved in over sixty productions across the country, most recently directing and choreographing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s *South Pacific* and *Carousel* at the Barbara B. Mann Center for the Performing Arts. Favorite directing and choreography credits include *The Gondoliers* (OperaDelaware), *Happy Foods*(co-conceiver, The Music Theatre Company), *Heart and Music *(conceiver, The Paramount Theatre), *Once Upon a Mattress* (Northwestern University), *The Visit, The Sixth Man *(The University of Texas at Austin). She designed a two-year program in Artist Entrepreneurship that she currently teaches at The New School for Drama BFA Program, and has been a lecturer and/or guest speaker at universities and programs across the country including NYU, Temple University, The Atlantic Theatre School, The Holland School of Visual and Performing Arts, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Mount Holyoke.

Liz performed professionally for over two decades, and appearing at theatres including Paper Mill Playhouse, McCarter Theatre, The York, La MaMa, Walnut Street, Weston Playhouse, Arizona Broadway Theatre (*World Goes ‘Round* – Zoni Nomination, Best Actress), Indiana Rep, as well as in a few fun film/tv projects. Favorite roles include Hermione in *The Winter’s Tale, *Betsy / Lindsey in *Clybourne Park, *Penny in *Hairspray*, and Olga in *The Three Sisters.* Awards include Austin Critics’ Table Award, Austin Live Theatre Recognition, and the Sarah Siddons Award for Excellence in Theatre. Liz was a founding ensemble member of The Music Theatre Company, and has served as voice/dialect coach for a multitude of productions. Liz is also the Founder of The Artist Mastermind, (an NYC-based community to help artists grow their careers), and The #C15s (online experiences to deepen courageous creativity).

She graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University, received her M.F.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, is a Certified Professional coach (CPC), and a member of Actors Equity. Liz coaches one on one in her studio and all over the country on Skype, and her clients have gone on to book Broadway shows, land recording contracts, and be accepted into top acting schools. She loves writing about the creative life at lizkimball.com/blog, and was recently published on Oprah.com


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Audition Requirements

Live Audition Day at Dana V. Music will be April 27, 2018 from 4:00-6:30 p.m.

On this day, students will be scheduled for live auditions and will be asked to present:

1) 32 Measures of an MT (musical theatre) piece of your choice. Please pick a piece that speaks to you and shows you at your best. It should be a piece that you feel shows your vocal ability, but also make sure it is a song that you feel comfortable singing and that you know well. Please don’t stress!

If you are not sure and would like to run some song titles by me or you need suggestions, please feel free to email with questions: (danav@danavmusic.com).

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2) Speak about 1 thing you would love to do (as it relates to musical theatre) but that feels IMPOSSIBLE.

For example:

Singing solo or with a group
Dance while singing
Presenting a Rap from Hamilton


It really can be anything that relates to performance and presentation. However, big or small, it is important to Liz!

IMPORTANT: Please notify office if you are unable to attend the Live Audition Day (April 27, 2018).
You will be asked to submit a video of your audition by April 27th. If you would like assistance from Dana V. Music to film, we are happy to help. Please send video submissions to: info@danavmusic.com and Title email: Bring it to Broadway Audition: (List student Name) MP4, Youtube links, etc. are all accepted!

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