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Study Musical Theatre Performance with Industry Professionals

● Performance Track
● College Prep Track

When: July 29 - August 12, 2024

Open to Ages 14-19



This two-week program offers a unique, holistic, approach to musical theater training and is customized to serve students' individual needs. The curriculum incorporates self-care and prioritizes wellness-based practices. Emphasis is also placed on the exploration craft and one's artistry as well as the nuts-and-bolts of healthy, sustainable technique. In addition to working with top industry professionals’ students will enjoy quality time on the lake swimming, kayaking, and building friendships that will last a lifetime!

Performance Track: This track is designed for students who are entering their sophomore, junior, senior year or areMT5 attending college in the fall and want to focus on musical theater performance and audition skills training with top industry professionals. This track will include classes in voice, dance, acting and audition technique. The program will culminate in a showcase of work for parents and friends.

Both tracks will participate in classes that are designed for performing artists to better navigate stress management, performance anxiety, life skills, digital wellness,vocal health, how to further develop their unique voice as artists and more. There will also be crossover in some performance-based classes, and the final showcase for friends and family.

College Prep Track: This track is designed for students who are entering their senior year or taking a gap year and areMT2preparing to audition for university musical theater programs. Students will follow a rigorous course schedule that includes song and monologue coaching, voice lessons, dance call prep,and other skills needed to prepare for a successful college audition process.

Additionally, students will have the option to film their required audition media on site, meeting all requirements of the Musical Theater Common Prescreen (MTCP). The program will culminate in a showcase of work for parents and


Award winning actress, educator, producer, director Kaitlin Hopkins currently serves as Program Coordinator. Hopkins has worked on and off Broadway and in film and television for over 30 years and has garnered international attention for her holistic approach to artist training. The MT Intensive was founded by Stephen Agosto, who drafted the nationally recognized MTCP criteria in 2018 and is currently the Line Producer at the Goodspeed Musicals in Connecticut.

Take a look at what parents are saying on our Testimonials Page!

2024 Program dates:  

July 29, 2024 - August 12, 2024MT4


  • $3,500 - Program without Prescreen Filming
  • $3,900 - Program with Prescreen Filming (Open to Incoming Seniors)

*Financial Aid is available! 




Industry and Dance Classes


Private Voice, Monologue Coachings, Musical Theatre Performance

& Recreational Activities


Showcase Rehearsals

Social Activities 


Admission and Audition Process:

  1.  Complete Online Registration HERE including:Video of one vocal selection (60-90 seconds) that shows off range. Selection must accompanied and NOT acapella. 
    • Video of one-minute monologue, memorized
    • Headshot and Resume
    • $75 non-refundable application fee.
  2. All materials will be sent to faculty for review.
  3. Students will be notified on a rolling basis. Please note, the $500 deposit will be due upon admission to the program. 

 Register Here!


Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

 Students that are not offered a position may still apply for the NEMC Core Session.



  • Ages 14-19

2024 Faculty:



Kaitlin Hopkins

Program Coordinator



Spencer Hansen

Music Director


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Musical Theatre Dance

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Jackson Perrin


Marian Murphy Powell

Marian Murphy Powell


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Aimee Radics

Music Director


Janelle Robinson


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Andrew David Sotomayor

Music Director

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Jessica Walck

Musical Theatre Performance

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Deonté Warren

Musical Theatre Performance



For additional information please contact Marian Murphy Powell via email or phone (207) 465-3025. Admissions questions can be directed to Registrar, Bethany Niedbala 


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