Triple Threats Musical Theatre Workshop 2018
Are you between the ages of 13 and 19 and absolutely love stage musicals?
Are you dreaming of being a musical theatre performer, but don’t know where to start?
DO YOU WANT TO BE A “TRIPLE THREAT”
– LEARN TO ACT, SING AND DANCE?
Pangdemonium – the folks who brought you the hit musical Fun Home; the acclaimed teen rock musical Spring Awakening; 2014 Life! Theatre Award Winner of ‘Production of the Year’ Next to Normal; and Broadway hit RENT – have just the thing for you!
As part of the DBS-Pangdemonium NextGen Education Programme to nurture young talents, we are proud to present the Triple Threats Musical Theatre Workshop!
This course will delve into the wonderful world of Broadway and West End musical theatre, in a journey that promises to be thrilling, challenging, inspiring and FUN!
Under the guidance of professional musical theatre mentor (and triple threat) Caleb Goh as well as musical director Joanne Ho, you will learn acting techniques, expression through song, vocal instruction, music construction, movement, and much more, culminating in a special showcase for you to perform for your friends and family!
To register for auditions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, age and a contact number.
2018 Registration now open!
Triple Threats Audition Date: Fri, 30 March 2018
Triple Threats Musical Theatre Workshop 2018 Details (For 13-19 years old)
Caleb Goh & Joanne Ho
- Audition – Friday, 30 March 2018, 1.30pm – 6pm
- Workshop & Showcase – Monday to Friday, 11 – 22 June 2018, 1pm – 6pm.
Showcase on Saturday, 23 June, Evening.
*Note students will be need to be available all-day Saturday for tech/dress rehearsals.
- Workshops – Pangdemonium Rehearsal Studio
- Showcase – Drama Centre Black Box
- Admission is by audition only – register at email@example.com with your full name, age and a contact number
- Prepare one song, preferably from musical theatre. Please provide either sheet music for pianist accompaniant or a music track
- Choose a monologue (which will be provided by Pangdemonium once you have registered)
TRIPLE THREATS SCHOLARSHIP
Don’t let the workshop fee put you off.
DBS, our NextGen Education Programme sponsor, will be providing a needs-based scholarship for one promising participant in our Triple Threats Workshop.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please include the following items with your Workshop registration email:
- A statement telling us why you are interested in participating in our Triple Threats Workshop and why financial assistance would help you to do so. (Please keep your comments to 200 words or less.)
- A letter of recommendation from an adult (a parent, guardian, teacher or other responsible party) who can substantiate the information in your statement.
Note that the award of the scholarship is a decision made at our full discretion separately from your audition.
OUR TRIPLE THREATS GRADUATES
Gail Belmonte (2015) is currently pursuing Music at LASALLE and made her professional theatre debut as Joan in Pangdemonium’s musical Fun Home.
Claris Tan (2014) and Vanessa Kee (2016) are both in LASALLE’s Musical Theatre programme and made their professional debuts in The Great Wall as Jing-Er and female ensemble respectively.
FEEDBACK FROM OUR TRIPLE THREATS WORKSHOPS
“Triple Threats helps to extend a hand to aspiring Musical Theatre rising artists who is in need for experience and improvement in their skills. Through this workshop, we get to know more people and make new friends, work with them and also learn more about ourselves as a performer. We are also exposed to working with the director and crew and being face to face with how the “working world” is going to be like. It is real and truly fun! Plus we get to not just prepare and rehearse, we also get to perform and showcase our experiences and talents!”
- Shirley Tan, Class of 2017
“Thanks for a great job in shaping young talents! What we saw today tells me that we have great teachers and committed individuals with passion in Singapore! We would not have known that Miguel could do this if not for enrolling him in this. Kudos! As parents we are really glad to see that if we give our kids such opportunities, they can excel!”
- Sam Vedanaigam, father of Miguel Vedanaigam, Class of 2014
“It’s not at all about starting as a picture perfect performer. I think its a journey of both learning and gaining knowledge on what you already have, and internalizing the pointers you get from the experienced people there to enable yourself to grow as a performer as well as a person. The environment there and the people especially, really helped motivate myself to keep moving forward and go with the dream.”
- Nurul Huda, Class of 2017
About Our Mentors
CALEB GOH – Workshop Director
Caleb Goh graduated with his Bachelor of Arts in Drama, from the Queensland University of Technology in Australia, and received his Masters degree in Musical Theatre from San Diego State University. He now holds a PhD in Musical Theatre and Arts Education, and is Singapore’s first holder of a doctorate in musical theatre.
Hailing from Singapore, Caleb has worked professionally as an actor, singer, playwright, director, choreographer and dancer in over seventy stage productions, a dozen television series, and four feature films. He has worked with numerous professional US theatre companies including Moonlight Stage Productions, Lamb’s Players Theatre, La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Musical Theatre, Starlight Theatre, as well as over a dozen Singapore theatre companies including Wild Rice, Singapore Repertory Theatre, Toy Factory, The Finger Players, Theatreworks and The Necessary Stage.
Favorite theatre credits include ‘Abel’ in Children of Eden, ‘Charlie Brown’ in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown, ‘Paul’ in Kiss Me Kate, ‘Harvey Johnson’ in Bye Bye Birdie, ‘Perchik’ in Fiddler On the Roof, ‘Kwai’ in Sing to the Dawn and ‘Ching Ho’ in Thoroughly Modern Millie.
For the past decade, Caleb was the glee club director and full-time drama, dance and musical theatre teacher at La Jolla Country Day School in California. In 2012, the Caleb Goh Dance Award was named after him to honor his contribution to the dance and musical theatre curriculum at the school. Each year, a senior student is awarded the prize for excellence in the field of dance.
Caleb was previously the artist-in-residence, mentor and musical theatre lecturer at the College of Alice and Peter Tan at NUS, and also directed and choreographed musical theatre productions at LASALLE in Singapore.
JOANNE HO – Musical Director
Joanne graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with an MA in Music Directing and was nominated for Best Musical Direction in Broadway World’s West End Awards. She is currently an Associate Artist with the Singapore Repertory Theatre.
Recent music directing credits include The LKY Musical (Metropolitan Productions), Treasure Island, The Three Billy Goats Gruff (English and Chinese), Junior Claus (SRT’s Little Company), The Addams Family (Edinburgh Fringe), Nine (RCS), The Girl Who Workshop (RCS), Songs for a New World (Theatre Lab Productions), Triple Threats (Pangdemonium) and Holiday Cabaret (School of the Arts). Recent assisting credits include The Girl Who (Edinburgh Fringe), A Man of No Importance (RCS) and Betty Blue Eyes (RCS).
Other selected theatre credits include La Vie En Rose (Sing Theatre), Aida (Limelight Productions), Company (Dream Academy), Legally Blonde (RCS), Swinging into Christmas (RCS), Lady of Soul and Woyzeck (Lasalle College of the Arts). Joanne currently teaches Musical Theatre at Lasalle College of the Arts has also trained performers at Universal Studios Singapore, NUS, SOTA and Stamford American School.