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Musical Theater Master Class with Matt DeAngelis and Christine Dwyer: Acting Your Song!
Broadway performers Matt DeAngelis and Christine Dwyer will be working with our Osher School of Music students on musical theater repertoire
Christine Dwyer has appeared on Broadway in Wicked (Elphaba) which she also performed on the 2015 Tony Awards as well as representing the United States at the Hannover Messe in Germany performing for President Obama and Chancellor Angela Merkel. National Tours include Waitress (Jenna), Finding Neverland (Sylvia), RENT (Maureen). Other NY/Regional credits include Ragtime (Mother), Murder Ballad (Sara) Studio Theatre, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, and JCS Live on NBC with John Legend, Sara Bareilles and Alice Cooper. Christine and husband Matt DeAngelis are currently working with voice teacher Noel Smith as the acting coaches for her studio http://noelvoicestudio.com. BFA: Hartt School. IG: @cteendryer
Matt DeAngelis – A veteran of over 800 performances of the hit musical Hair including Broadway, The West End, and National Tour playing the role of Woof. He also launched the 1st National Tour of Green Day’s American Idiot and was seen playing multiple instruments in the Tony Award Winning musical Once as Svec. Matt returned to Broadway as Earl in Sara Bareilles’ Waitress followed by a stint on the 1st National Tour. Matt recently returned to Off-Broadway in the most recent revival of Orpheus Descending at the Theatre for A New Audience and was in the World Premiere of The Secret Life of Bees at The Atlantic Theatre Company. On TV Matt has been seen on Person of Interest, Madam Secretary, Marvel’s Daredevil, EVIL, For Life, and Chicago PD. IG: @mattdeangelis22
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