A 3-Day, online musical theatre audition intensive featuring material from Frozen, Mary Poppins & Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
For children aged 7 to 14 years
Specifically created to run online, these workshops will be led by one of musical theatre’s best-loved musical theatre stars, Queenie van de Zandt. Widely known as Australia’s leading teacher of audition technique for musicals and hailed in the press as a ‘musical theatre star-maker’, Queenie has designed these workshops to help children prepare for upcoming auditions.
These independent, highly successful workshops are open to children of all ages who want to audition for professional musicals, as the audition skills taught in the workshops are relevant to every professional musical audition.
Children who have participated in these workshops over the past 21 years have dominated the casting in professional musicals.
"My son Anthony attended your Matilda preparation workshop …you chose him to perform the Bruce vocal solo at the start of 'Revolting Children’…I wanted to thank you for your encouragement and once again wonderful workshop…Anthony has been cast in Matilda!"
C. Abrakmanov, Parent - Sydney
Participant of the Children’s Audition Preparation Workshop
(Anthony was cast as Bruce in the Sydney season of Matilda the Musical)
Neither the Australian Musical Theatre Academy (AMTA), nor any of our staff, are in any way connected to, or associated with, or endorsed or sponsored by any Australian production company and/or promoter and/or their productions and are not involved in any way in the casting of such productions. Through our independent, highly successful workshops we’ve been teaching children and adults the skills involved in auditioning for professional musicals and preparing them to take leading roles in professional shows, for the past 18 years. Obviously, we can’t, and won’t ever, guarantee that anyone will be cast in a musical, however many children and adults who participate in our workshops are subsequently cast in professional musicals.Enrol now