As part of our studio style training, we currently offer;

Other classes, workshops, master classes and opportunities may be available throughout the year.

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Performance Workshops

Performance Workshop students go through the entire process of putting on a musical from auditions to performance. Students will learn dialogue, music and choreography in preparation to perform a full scale or junior style show.

The Performance Workshops come in multiple levels based on age group and experience.

Our Performance Workshops are inclusive, and we accept all students regardless of performance background until the workshop fills. Previous Performance Workshop productions include; Xanadu, Carrie, Godspell, Legally Blonde, Urinetown, Curtains, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, and many more.

Performance Intensives

The Performance Intensives are by audition only and tend to be smaller cast musicals. The Performance Intensives are designed for advanced students ready to tackle the higher demands and expectations of more challenging material in a pre-professional setting. The Performance Intensive gives students an opportunity to explore the experience of high caliber performance with professional artists. Previous Performance Intensive productions include; bare, Cabaret, Spring Awakening, Into the Woods, 13 the Musical, Hair, American Idiot, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and many more.

On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

We are VERY excited to announce auditions for On a Clear Day You Can See Forever! 

This fresh new re-imagining of “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever” tells the story of a matter-of-fact psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Bruckner, and his insecure, yet gifted, patient, David Gamble. David engages Dr. Bruckner to help him quit smoking so he can mend his relationship with his allergic boyfriend, Warren. Through hypnosis, Dr. Bruckner discovers what he believes is David's past life incarnation, a 1940s jazz singer named Melinda Wells. Through a series of sessions Dr. Bruckner finds himself entering a psycho-neurotic fantasy, confusing both himself, and his client. What follows is a fascinating journey of self-discovery, the trials of true love, and the universal anxiety of real life. Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and Music by Burton Lane.  Directed by Nathan A. Smith, Musical Direction by Tony McCahill, Choreography by Emma Drazkowski and Produced/Mentored by Shileah Corey. 

Ages 15-21 (younger/older with permission.) Acceptance into intensive is by audition only. 


Tuition: $325.00.  No one will be kept from being cast because of their inability to pay tuition, and partial/full scholarships are available. 

Session dates: June 27 – August 7, 2022.  Please click on the link below for schedule, auditions and additional information. 

Ballyhoo strives to create a casting process that is welcoming and serves those auditioning as well as the creative team in the full exploration of the material.  All body types, races, ethnicities, and abilities are desired for any available role.  Ballyhoo recognizes that most characters are written as binary (using he/him or she/her pronouns) and we invite GNC, genderqueer, transgender, and nonbinary actors to submit for the roles with which they identify.

At Ballyhoo Theatre our focus is education and inclusion. We celebrate people of every gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, and ability. We strive, always, to address and maintain a space that works towards anti-racism and DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) and acknowledges when we fall short. We work to create a safe and inclusive space for young performers to be seen and joyously accepted, and to explore, learn and thrive.

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