Musical Theatre Masterclass with Broadway performer Adam Kantor

AMT LIVE PARIS Teaching Artist Adam Kantor will offer a musical theatre master class on January 10, 2017 in Paris.

This session is geared for performers who want to bring specific acting choices and contemporary, integrated techniques to their repertoire or audition pieces.  Focus will be on connecting the performer to the song through the lyric, helping to create a solo performance that is honest, authentic, and captivating..  (This master class session will be held in English).

Adam Kantor is an internationally recognized actor and singer, with roots in New York City.  He is currently playing “Motel” in the Broadway revival of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, and starred in RENT on Broadway, playing “Mark”, the final performance of which was captured by Sony Pictures for “RENT: Filmed Live On Broadway”.  He subsequently played “Henry” in the Pulitzer prize-winning musical NEXT TO NORMAL on Broadway, as well as “Princeton/Rod” in the smash comedy AVENUE Q.  Recently, he starred as “Jamie” in the acclaimed New York revival of THE LAST FIVE YEARS, directed by the composer Jason Robert Brown.  Adam has taught previous master classes with AMT Live Paris since 2013 and is a teacher with Broadway Artists Alliance. He is a graduate of Northwestern University in Chicago, and also studied at the British American Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and Stella Adler Studio in NY.  He is a co-founder of the nonprofit arts education organization Broadway In South Africa.

*Space is very limited. Advance registration is required.
If you wish to participate in the master classes as a singer/actor participant, please enroll online here via EVENTBRITE and send a CV, headshot, and Mp3 to (Those wishing to attend as auditors do not need to submit materials.)



Performer pricing:
Members of AMT Live 60€
Public 75€

Auditor pricing:
Members of AMT Live 10€
Public 25€

10 January 2017 from 14h-17h
FGO – Barbara, 1 rue Fleury,  75018 Paris



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