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The Musical Theater Wing’s (MTW) mission is much the same as the WorkShop Theater Company’s overall mission, to take plays, and now musicals, from the ground up. For the
past couple of years, we have offered a place for member and non-member writers to hone their musicals in a constructive ‘lab’ inspired environment. With our monthly writer’s workshops, our bi-monthly staged reading series, our special events, and benefits; we guide, encourage, support, and ultimately honor new and seasoned composers, lyricists, and book writers.
In addition, we offer ongoing classes, one for singers and actors to work on material for auditions, The Musical Theater GYM, as well as libretto writing courses, taught by guest
mentor and author, David Spencer. All in all, we are striving to give ‘new voice’ to a musical
theater world and inspire the theatrical community to take more chances on original works.
We look forward to offering more programming in the future, and to building our audiences.
Director of Musical Theater Development: Steven Petrillo
Assistant Director of Musical Theater Development: Natalie Mosco
Musical Theater Associates:
Leslie Gwyn, Prudence Holmes, Shelley McPherson, Virginia Roncetti and Robert Strozier.
Sorry, we are not accepting submissions at this time. Please check back later.
For more information, please use this website's contact form. Be sure to choose Steven Petrillo, Director of Musical Theater Development as the Category.
Take a Musical Theater Class
The WorkShop offers the following classes in Musical Theater:
The 'GYM' is a place to "work out" songs or monologues for auditions, cabaret, or to augment your repertoire. The Director of Musical Theater Development, Steven Petrillo helms this with Guest Artist Musical Directors Fran Minarek and Christopher Lengerich, among others.
Writing the Musical Theatre Libretto occurs on an occasional basis, and is instructed by Guest Artist, composer-lyricist, lyricist-librettist, book author and renowned musical theatre teacher, David Spencer.