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We have extensive backgrounds as teachers, and are always interested in sharing our insights on musical theatre and how to become a successful artist. Tom has taught scene study for musicals, drama and comedy, beginning technique and advanced acting privately as well as for AMDA and CAP21 in New York.  David has taught voice and musical theatre performance at Northeastern and Suffolk University in Boston and is currently a professor of voice at Marymount Manhattan College. He also maintains an active private studio in New York.

We have been featured lecturers and performers at the 2011 MTNA/NATS Conference, and enjoy
teaching as part of our collaboration. Below is a list of workshops we offer:

Masterclass on musical theatre audition technique
Auditions ask the performer to meld vocal and acting techniques with artistic
instinct. Finding that balance in the moment is the challenge. We offer practical advice on how to engage casting agents and directors by showing your best self.

Masterclass on approaching contemporary musical theatre
The demands on contemporary musical theatre performers are far different than those of a generation ago.  Performers must have a wide variety of skills at their disposal. We will share our experience as writer-performers, giving insight on how to analyze the text and subtext of the lyric and music, and connect with the material as a singing actor.

Seminar: “The Working Artist: Collaboration Across Multiple Disciplines”
Today's market is saturated with talented and driven individuals.  What sets you apart?  Gualtieri and Sisco will explain how versatility and collaboration are the keys to creating a successful career in the arts.

Putting it Together: A Cabaret
Showcasing a range of songs from the Golden Age to the present day, alongside work by Gualtieri & Sisco, this 85-minute lecture/cabaret is a unique entertainment. By illuminating song forms in the musical theatre, Gualtieri & Sisco help audiences rediscover the art which has dominated American theatre for the past 100 years.


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