Servant Stage Company’s Monday Night Theatre Class- ACTING THE SONG with Matthew Hydzik
May 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmPay-What-You-Will
Servant Stage offers weekly in-person, drop-in classes for all ages! Classes include dance, acting, improv, and more, with a variety of instructors.
Class Description for Monday, May 1
6-8pm – Acting the Song 12+
Each student should prepare a one or two minute cut of a musical theater or pop song that they love to sing. In this third class of the series, Matthew will help students focus on proper audition etiquette through a mock audition process, helping educate and prepare performers to shine at any upcoming opportunity. While the classes in this series will build on each other, each class can be attended as an independent learning experience. Please join us, whether for one or for all three! Location: Lancaster County Christian School, 2390 New Holland Pike, Lancaster, PA 17601. All classes are Pay-What-You-Will and donations help support Servant Stage’s YOUTH THEATRE program! Walk-ins are welcome, but registration is encouraged! Register here: https://servantstage.org/monday-night-classes/2023/5/1
Instructor: Matthew Hydzik is an actor, director, and teaching artist with two decades of professional theater experience including five starring roles on Broadway, five national Broadway tours, dozens of regional theater performances and international concerts. A Pittsburgh native and a proud graduate of Penn State with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre, Matthew’s Broadway credits include: Tony in West Side Story, Kenickie in Grease, Gregg Allman in The Cher Show, Buddy in Side Show, Greg in It Shoulda Been You. Off-Broadway, Matthew starred as John in Tomorrow Morning. National tours include Rent, Fame, Grease, If/Then, and Flashdance. Matthew has performed concerts and special appearances with the LA Philharmonic, Kennedy Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Broadway Song Book Series, The Lyric Opera of Chicago, MUNY, Planet Hollywood Las Vegas, Stages St. Louis, Anneberg Theater Palm Springs, ACT of Connecticut and The Fulton Theatre to name a few of his favorites.