If you’ve been dreaming about professional musical theatre training, then I am sure that you’ll be happy to know that a school of performing arts provides this educational opportunity.
The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) has officially debuted an entirely online BFA Music Theatre Degree Program from wherever you are from.
This Academy has a list of famous people in the entertainment industry as its alumni, with some of the familiar names including Emmy-winning actor/composer Christopher Jackson is best known for his Tony-nominated starring roles on Broadway as Benny in In the Heights, six-time Emmy winner, and American Theatre Hall of Fame inductee Tyne Daly, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson received five Emmy nominations starring as Mitchell Pritchett in ABC’s celebrated sitcom Modern Family.
According to AMDA, with the arrival of the virtual music theatre degree program, this same high mark in education is more conveniently accessible to you than ever before in AMDA’s tenured history.
Through this programme, students will be able to immerse themselves in a rich blend of music, acting, and dance training, skills that are extremely important to become a working professional in musical theatre.
This programme is for you if:
- You are an international student
- You want world-class training in the performing arts without relocating to New York or Los Angeles
- You wish to earn your BFA while juggling outside priorities like work or family
- You’re eager to earn a BFA in Music Theatre without attending in-person classes
- You’re seeking to expand your knowledge of musical theatre history
- You’re ready to take your musical theatre skills to the next level
The Academy has shared that this programme has been developed to meet the competitive demands of the industry, offering students in-depth courses focused on career preparation, networking, audition techniques, entrepreneurship, and digital production help.
If you’d like to know more information about the programme and how to apply for it, the academy’s website should be your first stop when doing your research.