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    Cold Reading for Audition (Adult)

    This class focuses on the Audition and Cold Reading Process. Students will be taught and coached on Leif's Unique Sight Reading Technique. Leifs step-by-step process prepares students on how to quickly breakdown the scene get off the page and create what is needed to book a job in this highly competitive business. Leif's proven approach will help students prepare for Auditioning In the Film, TV, and Entertainment industry. This class is a must for those that want to start Auditioning for Films, TV, and Theatre.
    Cold Reading for Audition (Adult)

    2882 Gerritsen Ave, Brooklyn

    • Learn how to audition and do cold readings
    • Focus on learning Leif's Unique Sight Reading Technique
    • Be prepared for any audition or public speaking gig
    • See what a real audition process would be like
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    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act Two

    You know Broadway. You’ve walked through the theatre district. You’ve probably even been to a show. But you’ve never seen Broadway like this. Experience the famous sights and sounds of New York’s “Great White Way!” On this tour, you'll stroll to famous theaters such as The Winterhaven, The Broadway Theater, and The Gershwin. While walking, you'll learn the history of Broadway, discussing famous stars, songs, and show stoppers. If you’re a theater guru or soon-to-be star, then you better familiarize yourself with the terrain.
    Musical Theatre Walking Tour: Act Two

    Times Square, New York

    • Experience the sights, sounds, and history of New York’s musical theatre district
    • Enjoy a fun-filled, historical, and memorable walking tour through Times Square
    • Visit famous theaters like The Winterhaven, The Belasco, and The Gershwin
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    Greenwich Village Musical Theatre & Piano Bar Pub Crawl

    Come sing the night away with a real New York musical theatre performer! Go backstage, learn the history of Greenwich village and enjoy NYC’s famous musical theatre piano bar scene. Greenwich Village is a historic, yet fun area of NYC. It is constantly alive with people and music. You'll find out just how much fun Greenwich Village can be! Your professional licensed tour guides are gifted triple threats who weave groups around New York’s bustling streets, brandishing their love of the stage and of the city along half-mile routes that cover origins of musical theater and Broadway history. Each tour guide brings a tablet with photos and videos to help share New York’s unique theatre history.
    Greenwich Village Musical Theatre & Piano Bar Pub Crawl

    159 W 10th St, New York

    • Enjoy howling at the moon and experience the fun of singing at New York's famous piano bars!
    • Guaranteed small group size ensures personal service
    • Soak up the atmosphere on a walking tour through historic Greenwich Village
    • This tour is wheelchair accessible
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    Music on MacDougal Street

    Jazz, folk, and cultural coups. Get in tune with Greenwich Village, put a song in your heart, and some bop in your hop-- this walking tour is all about exploring the magic and music of MacDougal Street! Traipse alongside a learned local guide for an inside perspective of one of the world’s great cultural hotbeds. Walk bohemian blocks and stroll through Washington Square Park. Take your ears on a trip through time with samples of music stretching back through the decades. Sing along, or soak it all in, the choice is yours. In between, get your tastebuds in on the action with hot pizza, falafel, and dessert samples! Highlighted stops include Cafe Wha!, Pete Seeger's Home, and the Gaslight Cafe. Forget black and white. Tickle the mind and bring Greenwich Village into living technicolor!
    Music on MacDougal Street

    64 Macdougal St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village’s MacDougal Street during a guided walking tour featuring music history
    • Learn about jazz and folk music and their relationship with the Village’s rousing history
    • Enjoy period music samples and visit various local cafes for delicious bites
    • Indulge your curiosity and your stomach during a delicious dive into Greenwich Village culture
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    Writing's on the Wall Walking Tour

    Deep, abiding love for graffiti? Stencil this one in your calendar! During this walking tour, you'll eschew the NYC galleries for the streets, becoming acquainted with Harlem’s renowned outdoor art scene. Learn about the ties between the hip hop community and the underworld art movement as your host takes you on a colorful journey to check out some of best existing examples of stencil art, throw ups, heaven spots, burners and murals. Along the way, you'll discover the works of both local legends and international greats drawn to NYC’s vital urban landscape. Your host will help you get inside the mind of a graffiti artist and understand both their evident artistic intent, and the subtle points generally only recognized by their peers. Whether you’re an aspiring artist yourself, or just looking to find out what graffiti is all about, this tour couldn’t draw it up any better. It's going to be wall-to-wall excitement!
    Writing's on the Wall Walking Tour

    Harlem, New York City

    • Tour the outdoor art scene of Harlem during a guided walking tour
    • Check out various forms of outdoor art, including stencils, murals, and burners
    • Learn about the culture and history behind the graffiti art
    • Become acquainted with one of the most expressive and raw forms of art today
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    Downtown Manhattan Street Art Tour

    If you live in the city, chances are you pass by tons of eclectic street art on a daily basis. That being said, you probably never have a New York minute to stop and admire the artist’s technique or ponder the intended message. During this tour, you'll get acquainted with the vibrant street art scene around the Lower East Side and Bowery areas of Manhattan! Learn about the history of graffiti, which dates back to the 1960s with the invention of the aerosol can. You'll appreciate works by street artists like Space Invader, Roa, and Shepard Fairey (OBEY). Examine tags, throw ups, and pieces as you discover the ins and outs of modern day graffiti culture. Towards the end of your tour, you'll take a stroll through the Centrifuge art project that uses NYC’s subway as its canvas!
    Downtown Manhattan Street Art Tour

    1 Bleecker St, Manhattan

    • Tour led by a real NYC Graffiti Artist
    • Marvel at works by artists like Space Invader, Shepard Fairey, and Roa
    • Take a stroll through the Centrifuge Art Project and the Lower East Side
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    Act 3-Broadway Tour Extravaganza

    Showtune superfan? As in, “known to let rip an impromptu rendition outside the shower now and then?” We’re not one to stand in the way of true talent, so here’s a NYC experience that ought to be music to your ears! Traipse about Times Square with knowledgeable musical theatre guide for a 90-minute dive into NYC’s legendary song and dance scene. Learn about the history of Broadway and musical theatre in New York from the Vaudeville era to present day, and enjoy anecdotes about some of the stage’s brightest stars. Visit the George M. Cohan Statue, Shubert Alley, Sardi’s Restaurant, Broadway Souvenir Store, and the Gershwin Theatre lobby. You'll even team up with your guide to belt out a few hit showtunes along the way! It's weird, but it's New York, so also perfectly normal.
    Act 3-Broadway Tour Extravaganza

    7th Ave & W 41st St, New York

    • Get an inside look at New York’s Broadway scene alongside a local musical theatre aficionado
    • Learn all about history of musical theatre in NYC and its biggest players
    • Visit signature sites such as the Gershwin Theater, Shubert Alley, and Sardi’s
    • Work your own musical magic by singing showtunes with your guide
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