Musical Theatre Beginners Classes
Lewis is an accomplished singer and musician, most recently finishing the tour of Sister Act with Alexandra Burke and director Craig Revel Horwood. Lewis trained at the Arts Educational Schools London, working with the top musical theatre tutors in the country. As well as his work with countless schools across London, he has sung in choirs with the likes of Janie Dee, Beverley Knight, and Ruthie Henshall. Lewis was also one of the band members in the original workshop for Take That's musical "The Band".
Harveen trained at The Royal Academy of Music, London. Since graduating Harveen has played lead roles in a number of productions and has just finished in Peter Pan at the Park Theatre. Credits include Pinky, Mrs Chopra, Auntie and Understudy Mum in Bend it like Beckham (West End) Sylvia Morgan in Privates On Parade (Theatre Royal, Brighton), Sudha in The Thing About Tom directed by Stuart Wood, Shilpa Shetty in Election Idol, A Bride in Ringside (Birmingham Repertory Theatre) and Wendy in Poise The Musical. Harveen also starred in a musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s The Witches directed by Nikolai Foster at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, UK Tours include Britains Got Bhangra and Arrange That Marriage.
Stage & the City’s Musical Theatre Beginners classes are designed for those passionate about performing in a professional, fun, friendly and supportive class atmosphere. Working alongside industry professionals, you will learn medleys from the most memorable musicals such as Les Miserable, Jersey Boys, 42nd Street, Waitress, Mamma Mia & Wicked to name but a few.
You will learn dance and movement to your vocals and create amazing storytelling performances which will then give you the option to perform in one of our many up and coming showcases. You don’t have to be the best singer, dancer or actor, but if you have charisma, a love for musical theatre and of course a love of performing, then this is the class for you.
This Musical Theatre Beginners class is designed for adults who either have some experience in musical theatre or are beginners but are willing to get stuck in for one and a half hours a week. For those with no previous experience who cannot commit to one and a half hours a week, we suggest you do the Introduction to Musical Theatre course, (which is only one hour long) before this one.