Broadway Audition Workshop Registration is OPEN!!!

St. Louis Cappies brings Broadway to St. Louis once again. Don't miss this opportunity

The NEW YEAR brings new opportunities!

Last February, the STLC brought in a bona fide Broadway director. Nearly 120
students throughout the St. Louis region attended the free workshop.

Thanks to the magnificent talent in our Cappies membership several scholarships
and acceptance letters were awarded  to attend a week long summer workshop in
NYC. As a result, one of our recipients has been in the touring company of one
of Broadway's biggest hits!

Yes, in approximately seven months, this student is truly "Living the Dream!"
This individual is a real 'go-getter'on his own which has contributed to his

But, because the Broadway director recognized his talent at the workshop, he
went back to NYC and told all of his Broadway colleagues. When the student went
in for an audition for "NEWSIES" a few months later - the Newsies director knew
him by name. This wouldn't have happened if he hadn't attended the St. Louis
Cappies sponsored Broadway Audition Workshop!

Don't miss your chance to make YOUR dreams come true.

Register now for the workshop before all of the slots are taken. The workshop
will be conducted on Monday, February 18th (two sessions) when there is 'no
school' due to MLK Day.

Registration is only open to students at Cappies member schools and their
collegiate almuni until January 15th.

Then, if there are any slots left after that, registration will open up to all
high school and college students in the St. Louis metropolitan area. So don't
hesitate, secure your slot by registering now!


On behalf of the St. Louis Cappies Steering Committee

Keaton Treece

STLC Chairman

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