Summer Pre-College Admission
Summer Pre-College: Broadway at Marist
In-Person Session II: July 9 - 22, 2023
Interested in learning how a Broadway show gets made? When you enroll in the Broadway at Marist program this summer, you get exclusive access to the industry’s top professionals through the College’s collaboration with New York Stage and Film, a Manhattan-based company with a history of developing world-renowned stories (including Hamilton, Hadestown, and American Idiot)!
This summer program is led by Marist theater professor, and Director of Marist’s spring musical, Andrew Karl. You will have the chance to look behind the curtain and learn how the top theatre makers bring your favorite shows to life. Through intensive study of the history and performance of musical theatre, students will expand their confidence and presentation skills. The program includes a trip to see a Broadway show in New York City and culminates in a live performance crafted by the students themselves! Please join us to learn how the show leaps from the page to the stage!
Welcome to Marist
Marist College is a highly selective and comprehensive institution noted for its leadership in combining a liberal arts foundation with a professional education. When prospective students visit Marist–our beautiful location on the Hudson River, top-notch facilities, the personal attention and expertise of our faculty, and the sheer enjoyment of their experience here–they want to join our community. At Marist, students get a premium education, develop career-ready skills, make lifelong friends, and graduate as the next generation of leaders ready to tackle a rapidly evolving world.
Marist Summer Pre-College is geared toward sophomores and juniors in high school. Upon successful completion of the Summer Pre-College Theatre Program, each student earns three transferable college credits for the Marist course ENG 150-L Introduction to Theatre. This is a required course for all Marist students with English majors or Theatre minors, and also counts as Core Fine Arts and Public Presentation credits for all Marist students.
Broadway at Marist Program Goals
- Gain a basic technique in all elements of musical theatre performance (dancing, singing, acting).
- Learn the dramatic story arc and how to create engaging entertainment.
- Build confidence and independence in your own craft.
- Present your opinion and artistic vision clearly.
- Sharpen your own critical reading and thinking.
- Learn first-hand from a variety of theatre professionals who will relate their own experiences and techniques.
Please see below for the 2023 Pre-College program costs. Cost includes tuition & fees, housing & all meals, field trips, and all course materials. Cost does not include travel expenses. Students may wish to bring funds for incidentals, shopping at the Marist Bookstore or the local mall, souvenirs, and any personal items they wish to purchase.