Join us for a virtual open house to give you a glimpse of life at AMDA. Learn more about our world-class faculty, unparalleled performing arts education and curriculum, the admissions process and a Q&A with our featured alumni!
Musical Theatre Virtual Open House - Oct 23, 2021
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Saturday, Oct 23, 2021
Broadcast begins at 12:00 PM EDT (9:00 AM PDT)
Welcome and AMDA Overview by Directors of Admissions, Jonathan Juarbe and Joseph Siriano
Virtual Housing tours – explore your home away from home!
Faculty spotlight with industry and curriculum insight
Financial aid and admissions overview with tips on how to nail your virtual audition
Alumni panel with featured alumni
Opportunities during the virtual event to win AMDA swag to be mailed to your home!
SPECIAL GUEST ALUMNI
PARKER MCKAY(Integrated Conservatory – NY)
Northeast native, singer-songwriter, Parker Mckay has established herself in Nashville as a breath of fresh air. Her eclectic influences ranging from HAIM, John Mayer, Taylor Swift, Adele, and even Eminem are evident in her new take on singer/songwriter pop that is honest, conversational, and melodically compelling. Her powerhouse voice and engaging phrasing tie it all together. Parker has opened for artists including Rascal Flatts, The Band Perry, Sheryl Crow, and Martina McBride. As both an artist and songwriter, her name has already made a notable impact on the industry’s community. She has been featured on NBC’s hit show “The Voice,” MTV, CMT and has amassed over 1 million streams of her music. Parker brings a unique perspective to the table and shows that it’s a powerful thing to be a vulnerable, confident and fearless woman in music.
BRYCE CHARLES(Music Theatre BFA - LA)
Bryce Charles has toured with the Tony award-winning musical The Book of Mormon as “Nabulungi” and filmed a TV pilot for ABC called “Woman Up!” Bryce’s theatrical credits include “Clara” in Passion (The Boston Court Pasadena), “Sarah” in Ragtime (The Pasadena Playhouse) for which she received an Ovation Nomination for Best Featured Actress, Blues in the Night (The Wallis), Freedom Machine (La Mirada), and This Could be on Broadway: A New Musical About a High School Musical. She has appeared on various TV shows including co-star roles on Blackish (ABC), Fuller House (Netflix), Teachers (TV Land), Scroll Wheel of Time (Eko), and recurring roles on Encore! (Disney+) and Tales of the City (Netflix). Bryce is also a voiceover artists and stars as “The Boss” in the video game Saints Row, coming out February 2022.
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