Free Master Class with NYC Guest Director/Choreographer, Scott Thompson

Scott Thompson

How do I sign up?

Click here to register for the master class. You must be pre-registered in order to attend.

Where Can I Take This Class?

Scott Thompson will tour central Texas over the course of 4 days. Work with him in Houston, Dallas, or Austin.

HOUSTON: High School for the Performing and Visual Arts from 2-6pm Saturday February 16th.

AUSTIN: Westlake High School 9th Grade Center from 2-6pm Monday February 18th.

Who Can Attend?

Any high school student who is passionate about musical theatre.

Who Is Scott Thompson?

Scott has over 20 years teaching experience. Though currently residing and teaching in New York City, he has worked nationwide at universities, conservatories, dance academies, and summer camps. Scott has guest lectured at NYU, California State College at Fullerton, Birmingham University, University of Arizona and the College of the Desert in Palm Springs, California. Scott Thompson has won numerous awards for directing and choreographing some of Broadway’s brightest talents in over 100 productions nationwide. Scott directed Tony Award winner Betty Buckley in her first GYPSY, country music legend Larry Gatlin in THE MUSIC MAN and Tony Award winner Cady Huffman in DAMN YANKEES. For the Library of Congress, he choreographed an all-star Gershwin Gala featuring four-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald, recording star Dawn Upshaw and Tony Award nominees Lara Teeter, David Garrison and Wanda Richert. For Princess Cruise Lines, Scott Created, Directed and Choreographed a multi-million dollar production show BROADWAY BALLROOM, which premiered on Princess Cruises new star ocean liner the Ruby Princess. He served as director/choreographer/Co-writer/Producer for One For My Baby, a Broadway-aimed new musical.

What will happen at the Master Class?

  1. Students will learn a Broadway-Style group song and dance. Dress to dance.
  2. Students will have an opportunity to ask Scott about working as a professional artist.
  3. Bring a song and/or monologue for personal coaching. We will get through as many as possible. Bring the sheet music in the correct key. This is on a volunteer basis, not required.
  4. Learn about Texas Arts Project’s summer training program.