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Founded in 1964 by Phillip Burton (father of stage and screen legend Richard Burton), in collaboration with progressive creative visionaries such as Moss Hart, the American Musical and Dramatic Academy's (AMDA's) initial impetus was to address theatre training with a view toward versatility - each graduate of the two-year program was rigorously prepared in both dramatic acting and musical theatre disciplines. Outside of musical theatre, students enjoy full immersion into every genre imaginable - they have the opportunity to work on full-stage productions, cabaret, improv, performance art poetry slams, staged readings, student-written and produced works, works authored by industry playwrights and screenwriters, even short film projects.
Singing a New Tune Lisa Mulcahy Stage Directions; Nov 2008; 21, 11; Docstoc pg. 22 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Furthe
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