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Mark Price Returns to Broadway Theatre Project as a Faculty Member

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Mark Price, an alumnus of Broadway Theatre Project and a veteran of nine Broadway shows, returns to Broadway Theatre Project as a faculty member in the acting department. Price will be teaching acting from July 17-23. His Broadway credits include: All Shook Up, Chicago, Dance With the Vampires, Mamma Mia, Paul Simon's The Capeman, Mary Poppins, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Wonderful Town and You're a Good Man Charlie Brown.

About Broadway Theatre Project

Founded in 1991, Broadway Theatre Project (BTP) is described by Playbill magazine as "the world's most prestigious musical theatre arts education program for high school and college students." Under the Artistic Direction of Debra McWaters, the not-for-profit BTP (a 501c3) is an intensive three-week training program focused on the key disciplines of musical theatre including acting, dancing and singing, as well as the critical life skills necessary to work in the professional world of entertainment. BTP graduates have performed in more than 70 different productions on Broadway.

Broadway Theatre Project alums are currently performing in the following shows on Broadway: The Addams Family, Anything Goes, Book of Mormon, Catch Me If You Can, Chicago, Hair, How to Succeed in Business, Master Class, Mary Poppins, Priscilla Queen of the Desert and Wicked.

 

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