Monday, April 29, 2013

Michelle Elkin to be guest choreographer for Little Shop of Horrors

If you’re a Bunheads fan, and love to sing and dance, then you’ll want to be a part of Patel Conservatory’s Little Shop of Horrors.

Patel Conservatory Theater announces Michelle Elkin as the guest choreographer for our summer production of the popular Broadway musical Little Shop of Horrors.

A Los Angeles-based choreographer, Elkin is the assistant choreographer to Marguerite Derricks for the popular television show Bunheads. She also appeared in the show as the dance captain in the recent season finale.

She is the choreographer for Baby Daddy, premiering on ABC Family at the end of May, and has been an associate choreographer for numerous television shows including the 63rd Annual Emmy Awards, Dancing with the Stars and 2 Broke Girls, and an assistant choreographer for such popular films as Charlie’s Angels, Austin Powers and Batman and Robin.

She was the associate choreographer for the Broadway show Wonderland, which was produced at the Straz Center, and we’re thrilled to welcome her back to Tampa for Little Shop of Horrors.

The Patel Conservatory’s Little Shop of Horrors is a theater production class for students in grades nine through college. The class, which runs from July 1 through July 20, includes intensive training in dance, theater and vocals.

Dormitory options are available, and video auditions are accepted. So even students who don’t live in the area can participate! 

The class culminates in public performances of the full-length musical July 18 through July 20, 2013.

The show will be directed by Adam Wagner, who recently directed the Conservatory’s overwhelmingly successful Music Man Jr.

Placement auditions are required for participation. Auditions will be May 18, 2013.  Video submissions should also be submitted by May 18.

To schedule an audition appointment or to send video audition submissions, please email or call 813.222.6414

For more information, please please call 813-222-1002.

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