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Musical Theatre

Program Overview

Do the cheers of the audience and the desire to showcase your talent draw you to the stage? If you have a passion for performing and a desire to master your craft, the Musical Theatre program will provide you with a foundation in performance and production practices in music, theatre, and dance.

The program’s purpose is to prepare you for admission into a performing arts degree program at a four-year university (which may require an audition). Our accomplished instructors will teach you the fundamentals of singing, dancing, and acting. They will help you develop your artistic proficiency and to grow as a performer, and to ultimately prepare a compelling collection of audition or portfolio materials to highlight your performance skills.

Don’t just imagine your name in lights — enroll in the Musical Theatre program today and make it happen!

Students at any Maricopa Community College may need to complete courses at more than one of our colleges.

Why Paradise Valley Community College?

Under the direction of Theatre Director Andrea Robertson, Music Chair Dr. Christopher Scinto, and Dance Director Sonia Valle, students train to become a triple-threat:

  • vocal lessons and music performance classes
  • dance classes
  • acting training

PVCC gives students the opportunity to experience hands-on learning in a diverse season of five-to-six productions. They take everything they learn in the classroom onto the stage, including performing in one-to-two musicals each year.