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The Improv Conservatory Program is Magnet’s advanced improv training ground.
The program is focused on building a systematic transition from highly-proficient student to successful performer. It’s also a training ground for veteran improvisers interested in fine-tuning their skills. To do this, the Conservatory Program offers students a variety of specific classes featuring a higher degree of individualized attention tailored to each students’ strengths and weaknesses.
Conservatory classes fall under following categories:
Level Five: Intro to the Conservatory
Team Performance Workshop
The Circuit: Round 5! Apply for Student Harold Teams!
The next round of The Circuit begins in January! The Circuit features Harold teams made-up of both current Magnet students and veteran Magnet performers. Anyone who has completed Magnet Level 3 or higher (and is not currently on a Megawatt team or in Team Performance Workshop) can apply. Performers will be chosen randomly by lottery. Teams will rehearse weekly with an assigned coach and have a 3 month run of shows on Friday nights at the Magnet Studio Theater.
Apply now by emailing email@example.com. Deadline to apply is December 23rd.
The Rundown is the Magnet’s weekly showcase of improv ensembles, duos, and more. Each Saturday at 6pm, you’ll find some of the very best strutting their stuff. Featuring a mix of feisty up and coming groups and experienced veterans building their next big thing, The Rundown is always new, always fresh, and always exciting. Each Rundown features three ensembles, and the groups rotate from week to week. Come see the groups everyone’s buzzing about!
Saturday @ 6pm
To submit your improv ensemble, duo, or project for consideration in The Rundown click here.
What are internships?
Magnet Theater internships are opportunities for students to earn credit toward classes in return for working at the theater, training center, or other special events. Interns typically accumulate credits through regularly scheduled shifts performing various roles, then apply them in lieu of payment for classes at the Training Center.
How do I participate?
Any Magnet student who has completed Level One is eligible for the internship program, though a teacher recommendation is required for an application to be considered. Download the internship application at http://www.magnettheater.com/internships, fill it out, and then submit the completed form.
The Circuit: Round 3! Apply for Student Harold Teams!
The next round of The Circuit begins in May! The Circuit features Harold teams made-up of both current Magnet students and veteran performers. Anyone who has completed Magnet Level 3 or higher (and is not currently on a Megawatt team or in Team Performance Workshop) can apply. Performers will be chosen randomly by lottery. Teams will rehearse weekly with a coach and have a 3 month run of shows on Friday nights at the Studio Theater.
Apply now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline to apply is April 15th.
Current and former Circuit performers speak up! Let the world know how awesome it is.
There are still spots left in this weeks NYMIF Workshops. Check them out on our website!
Magnet Theater is having a Commercial Contest and you could WIN!
Would you like to win a FREE Class at Magnet Theater? All you have to do is make a 30 sec commercial promoting either our Classes, Mixers, Theater, Musical Improv or Megawatt. Thats it!
- Your entry must be approximately 30 seconds long 16:9 ratio (Standard definition or High definition)
- Include one of the Magnet logos
- Include www.magnettheater.com visually within the ad
- Feature one of the 5 topics aboveLet yourself be creative and have fun! Once you have created your masterpiece you can upload your video to YouTube at anytime with this title MAGNET THEATER COMMERCIAL CONTEST – (Your Name Here) The deadline for this contest is November 1st, 2010. Submissions will be judged by Magnet Theater staff based on which commercial best reflects the Magnet Theater philosophy and image. Number of views and comments on YouTube can help but do not determine the winner of the contest.