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The MMAS Sr. Performance Team
Directed by Dori Bryan Ployer
Suggested Ages: 12-17
The MMAS Sr. Performance Team has been designed for the passionate aspiring musical theatre performer looking for accelerated training and challenge, along with supplementary performance and future competition opportunities. Recommended for students with 4+ years of prior experience/training or by faculty recommendation, The MMAS Sr. Performance Team will center on preparing edited excerpts from a variety of musicals – (material based on class experience, size, and ability). The MMAS Sr. Performance Team will join with the MMAS Jr. Performance Team to perform material from The Wizard of Oz. The teams will perform their material on Wednesday Dec. 13, for family, and friends at MMAS’s new theatre at 888 South Main Street. Since this is MMAS’s first year of organizing and training a performance-based team, decisions regarding additional performances or competitions in the spring semester will be evaluated and discussed throughout this inaugural semester. To allow for optimal rehearsal time, The MMAS Sr. Performance Team will close enrollment at the end of September.
Start and End Date: Sept. 6, 2017-Dec. 13, 2017
Location: 888 South Main Street Mansfield MA – MMAS Rehearsal Room A
Tuition: $275 ($247/10% discount) or $70 a month.
10% discount for members or 10% discount for siblings. Discounts cannot be used together and discount only applies to full tuition payment.
Minimum Enrollment: 10 participants
Dori Bryan Ployer is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory, Cambridge College, and Emerson College and is currently pursuing her doctorate in education through Lesley University. Dori has directed and choreographed throughout Southeastern Massachusetts including Bay Colony Productions, The Buckley Performing Arts Center, and Dean College. Some of Dori’s credits include: Spring Awakening, Godspell, Chicago, Rent, Hairspray, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Producers. Dori is an adjudicator for the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild (METG) and a respondent for The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF). Most recently Dori was invited to become a board member on the Holbrook Cultural Council. Dori has been nationally recognized for her work as an educator, director, and choreographer.