Broadway Dreams Foundation inspires Park City performers
July 3, 2015
Broadway vets Quentin Earl Darrington, who has appeared in "Ragtime," and Craig D’Amico, know for his work in "Annie Get Your Gun," host a dance session with Park City students at Dance Tech Studios, 786 Division St., on Thursday.
The workshop was part of the The Broadway Dreams Foundation’s Generation: The 2015 Summer Intensive Tour that stopped into town for the first time from June 29 to July 3.
The national non-profit, directed by Annette Tanner, designed the training program to offer personalized musical-theater training and for students of all ages, skill levels and socio-economic backgrounds.
Other Broadway professionals who held seminars during the Park City session included director "Camelot" director Alan Souza, actors Nick Adams of "Wicked," Kyle Brown of "Legally Blonde," Ryann Redmond from "If/Then" and Utah natives — Dave Barrus, Preston Sadleir and Drama Desk Award-nominee Claybourne Elder.
For more information about The Broadway Dreams Foundation, please visit: http://www.mybroadwaydreams.com .
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