The Irish College of Music Theatre (IMT) is delighted to present its first cohort of Wexford students in the Jerome Hynes Theatre Sunday 17 June at 6 p.m. Having successfully opened up a branch in the National Opera House September 2017 with a host of acclaimed tutors boasting national and international careers, this performance promises to be a wonderful Father’s Day gift to suit all the family.
IMT is the first accredited musical theatre college in Ireland providing validated third level qualifications. In addition to presenting IMT’s Wexford talented musical theatre students in excerpts from Wicked, My Fair Lady, Beauty and the Beast, Annie, Matilda, Dancing at Lughnasa, Titanic and Mamma Mia; there will be an opportunity of hearing performances of shortlisted third level students for scholarship consideration. IMT proudly supports students wishing to pursue their education in musical theatre studies and will present a bursary on the night to the lucky recipient of The Dolly Kearns Award.
Produced by Deirdre Masterson, founder and director of the Irish College of Music Theatre, the artistic team comprises of Mary MacDonagh (Dance/Choreography), Noel Lennon (MD), Aileen Donohoe (Voice/Directing), and Peter McCamley (Acting/Directing).
Guest Tutors include Aoife Mulholland, from the hit TV series Andrew Lloyd Webbers BBC search for a Maria in The Sound of Music, Morgan Crowley whose credits include West End’s production of the iconic Kander and Ebb’s Chicago, the original cast of Riverdance and BBC’s drama EastEnders, and Eoin Cannon currently enjoying critical acclaim for his portrayal of Frank McCourt in the musical Angela’s Ashes whose professional resume also boasts performing alongside Michael Ball in the West End.
IMT will be hosting a summer workshop and enrolment day on Saturday 21 July at the National Opera House for September 2018-19. For more information, visit IMT’s website here or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org