Today, we are featuring Broadway U, an online site that offers vocal, dance, and audition coaching with Broadway professionals via Skype! That’s right, that means working professionals can work with students that are located in any part of the country. Isn’t technology great?! To offer some insight about Broadway U, we asked their intern, Chrystina Kepreos, a student at Susquehanna University, to describe the company’s services:

Broadway U is an exciting new start-up of Broadway performers who provide students with an opportunity like never before: to have direct access to Broadway’s most talented performers. Services include vocal, dance and audition coaching with Broadway Performers via Skype, so wherever you are, you can study with the very best in the industry. Lessons are one-on-one and tailored to you, so you can expect top-level instruction in the privacy of your own home or studio.  Vocal and audition lessons start at $99 for one hour, while dance lessons require an additional $25 studio fee. We will be adding an acting department this Spring.
 
Broadway U has an incredible lineup of talented instructors including Director of Staff Sonny Paladino, who has extensive coaching experience including working with Glee’s Matthew Morrison. We also have Janine DiVita, who recently appeared in The Mystery of Edwin Drood at NYC’s Roundabout Theater on Broadway, Arielle Jacobs, who recently reprised her role as Nina for In The Heights (which she played opposite Lin-Manuel Miranda on Broadway), and David F.M. Vaughn, who is currently directing Shrek the musical in LA and has worked with Sutton Foster, Sheena Easton, and Gregory Hines. For a complete list of instructors, to schedule a free consultation, or to book a lesson visit www.broadwayuonline.com
 
Broadway U is truly tapping into a new, niche market. We all know the importance of being an experienced actor, singer, and dancer in today’s industry, and these services will undoubtedly help all of our students reach greater success. Be sure to check out the Broadway U site today. And, follow them on Facebook and Twitter, too. They have many wonderful posts about theatre, their instructors, and their programming!
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