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Musical Theater Composition
March 17 @ 5:45 pm - 7:45 pm
Class runs every Friday for six weeks starting on March 17.
Students bring in and discuss ideas for their own musical theater storyline, including a song to incorporate into their musical. This will be a collaborative composition with the goal of creating a musical theater piece. Students are guided through the process of establishing melody, lyrics, and basic harmonic accompaniment for their song. This class is especially welcoming to first-timers!
TRISH DENTON is an interdisciplinary theater artist specializing in ensemble theater. She writes for the stage, as well as folklore and fairy tales for all ages. She also devises, directs and performs original theater. As the director of In Tandem Arts, Trish has designed programming for museums, schools and other cultural institutions. She has partnered with the University of Vermont, Shelburne Museum, Burlington City Arts and Bonaroo Music Festival. Trish supported her studies at Goddard College by performing street theater as a fortune teller. She is finishing a masters degree at Dartmouth College in folk narrative and performance.
RANDAL PIERCE is an educator, pianist and composer with a degree in piano performance from McGill University’s Schulich School of Music. His theater works have included “The Quarry” commissioned by Vermont Stage, and “Transitions” commissioned by the Flynn Center.