Our next workshop dates are:
29th april - 3rd May (Broadway Babies: Annie and Oliver!)
During the school holidays, we hold musical theatre workshops in English, inspired by the great Broadway shows. The children are taught by two Anglophone musical theatre professionals, with the aim of producing a musical theatre presentation entirely in English by the end of the week. For our previous workshops, we have worked on shows such as The Sound of Music, West Side Story, Promises Promises, Anastasia, Newsies and Hairspray.
The workshops run from Monday to Friday from 2 pm - 6 pm. The week ends with a presentation of their work in front of the parents followed by refreshments. The workshops are fun and creative, involving improvisation games, character work, vocal technique development and growth in stage presence, as well as a little bit of history about Anglophone musical theatre. The workshops are intended for children aged 11-17, who already have a good level of English. Younger children are welcome if they are bilingual.
Originally from Southern California, Avery Grant trained at the Orange County School of the Arts for six years. In France, she studied at the prestigious theatre school Cours Florent where she was part of the first graduating class of their musical theatre programme. Avery has performed in many productions over the years, including RENT, Footloose, Cruel Intentions, Le Rêve Fantastique de Dorothy and Moi P Consonne Indigo. At the beginning of 2016 she joined the musical theatre company 27 Saville. Since then, she has participated in their productions of Ten Tonys and The Wild Party, as well as assistant lighting designing for How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying. Avery is also 27 Saville’s administrative secretary and in-house English language and accent coach for all their productions. Completely bilingual, she has been giving English lessons for over six years
Jessica Capon is an English actress based in Paris, who studied at The BRIT School of Performing Arts, and is a graduate of the prestigious Guildford School of Acting. With over 15 years of experience in the theatre, Jessica has played roles such as Joanne in Company, Mrs Patrick in A Man of No Importance and Reno Sweeny in Anything Goes.
Having earned her master's degree in theatre, she is currently the training director of Les Enfants de la Comédie Musicale at the Centre de Danse du Marais. In 2015, she created her own Anglophone musical theatre company 27 Saville, in which she produces, directs, and acts. She has created and performed in two shows, Moments andTen Tonys, as well as co-directing The Wild Party, in which she also played the role of Queenie. This year, she is preparing to play Maureen in Rent by Jonathan Larson.