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The 57th Annual Teenage Drama Workshop

California State University, Northridge
June 16th – July 27th, 2014

Sponsored by the Department of Theatre, ACCORD Workshops, and the Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communication

What is the (The Miracle Project) TMP @ TADW production?

This summer a new musical play, JOINING THE SPECTRUM: A Collaborative Play about Inclusion, will be staged by artists from The Miracle Project, led by director Elaine Hall and her award winning staff. The play will be created by the students with The Miracle Project team using theatre games, exercises, and storytelling techniques to generate the script. Approximately (15) youth, 12-18 years-old, will be able to sign up for this unique production program.

What is Teenage Drama Workshop (TADW)?

TADW is a six-week intensive workshop for young people interested in theatre. It is the longest running workshop of its kind in the nation.The faculty and staff are members of the CSUN Theatre department, experienced drama teachers and theatre professionals.

The full-time program begins at 8:00am and ends at 4:15pm. Every morning Monday thru Friday, performance students attend classes in acting, voice, and dance, which focus on developing the dramatic tools of the body, voice, and mind. Their fourth class is an elective either in improvisation, musical theatre, or playwriting. Classes are from 8:15am to 12:30pm every morning (except when we have 11am performances).Students are placed in classes according to grade level and age only. Students who participate in the full day program require total independence as there will be no behavioral or socialization supports.

How do I apply to TMP@TADW?

Enrollment in the TMP@TADW is limited. This application has been created specifically for teens enrolling to participate only in theTMP@TADW production program. An interview for participation in the TMP@TADW will be scheduled after your application and $250 deposit are received.

Fill out the online form.

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