Wednesday Webinars at Wharton: Sara Giacomini

Faculty: 

Wharton Arts welcomes world-renowned Broadway stars and music industry veterans Capathia Jenkins, Marissa McGowan, Michael Mendez, Pam Sousa, Doug LaBrecque, and Michael Keller to its line-up of Performing Arts School faculty to participate in “Wednesday Webinars at Wharton”, a series of weekly one-hour online virtual workshops exploring what it means to have a career in the professional musical theatre world, including the sharing of personal experiences, behind-the-scene stories, tips, training, and more. Proceeds from the series will benefit the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts Scholarship Fund.

Each weekly webinar will be hosted on Zoom on Wednesday afternoons from 4-5PM EST. Tickets are $20 ($10 for Wharton Arts students). For more information, call (908) 790-0700 or email info@whartonarts.org.

Join Performing Arts School faculty Lilli Markey (July 8), Sara Giacomini (July 22), Mariah Dalton (July 29), and Christian Rosky (August 26) to explore topics from audition preparation to stage make-up.

Contact Information
  1. Brenda Kohn
  2. 908-790-0700
  3. brenda.kohn@whartonarts.org
Wed, July 22
4:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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Wharton Arts welcomes world-renowned Broadway stars and music industry veterans Capathia Jenkins, Marissa McGowan, Michael Mendez, Pam Sousa, Doug LaBrecque, and Michael Keller to its line-up of Performing Arts School faculty to participate in “Wednesday Webinars at Wharton”, a series of weekly one-hour online virtual workshops exploring what it means to have a career in ...

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