Musical Theater

Class Description

At this time, this intensive will be held online for summer 2021. Through a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning, we are structuring our intensives to be creative, fun, and full of activities. If you have any questions about how we are moving to remote learning, please call or email with any questions.

Back to class safely – While we do hope to continue our in-person learning, please note that this learning experience may need to evolve to an online or hybrid learning platform based on the safety regulations and recommendations by the city and state.

The Musical Theater Review Three Week Intensive combines college ­level Theater, Music and Dance disciplines with guidance in how to create online musical theater content. The goal is to produce a digital performance in a team environment. ​
The program allows students ages 14-­18 to take on the roles of actors, singers, dancers, lyricists, composers and technicians learning what it takes to be successful producers while working together to bring their creative vision to life.
The last week of the Musical Theater Intensive will culminate with a livestream on July 31st.
Instructor: Rich Gray

RICHARD GRAY currently teaches acting, audition and cabaret technique at Cornish. He has also directed Cornish productions of Company, Lift, Nine, Quilters, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Grand Hotel and will be directing The Rocky Horror Show in the fall. He has also guest taught at University of Texas, Montclair State University, Seattle Children’s Theatre and the 5th Avenue Theatre. As an actor, recent performances include roles in Murder For Two, Assassins, First Date, Spamalot, A Room With A View, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, The Producers, and Chicago. As a composer, Richard was named one of 5 finalists in both 2005 and 2006 for the Fred Ebb Award honoring up-and-coming new musical theatre writers. His musicals include Dick Whittington, The Flea and The Professor (Barrymore Award – Best Musical), Lyle The Crocodile, Cold Turkey, Time Again in Oz and The Long Game. Outside of theater, he is honored to be the reigning “King Neptune” of Seattle’s Seafair Festival.

Program Summer At Cornish


Registration opens October 15th

Dates: July 12th to 30th

Times: Monday – Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Ages 14-18

Discipline Theater

Price $1,630.00; Early Bird $1,530.00

Dress Requirements

There are no dress requirements on the first day. Instructors will let the students know when dance or other lessons will take place and when to wear active comfortable clothing.

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