Musical Theater

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What's different about Musical Theater at MIC?

 

The Musical Theater Program at the Music Institute of Chicago teaches the fundamentals of stage performance through work with musical theater professionals, while fostering creativity and problem-solving skills.  The productions have a Chicago theatre aesthetic - physical, ensemble-based shows presented in our well-equipped black-box theater.  Everyone is encouraged to discover and improve their acting, dancing, singing, stagecraft and, in some cases, writing skills.  In addition to the vocal work done with their musical theater ensemble, students are encouraged to study voice privately with MIC's outstanding voice faculty.

 

Matt Boresi, Artistic Director

 


 

Practice tip from Music Institute Faculty member Carrie Anselmo, violin
Practicing SMART

Advice from Carrie Anselmo, Suzuki violin faculty