Dive into a fun "101-style" musical theatre movement course with Broadway's Collins Conley! In this 4 part video course series, performers of all ages will get the opportunity to work on gaining the confidence they need to nail their next movement/dance call at their next audition. Not sure if you are a mover or a dancer? Have little to no dance experience? Not a problem! Collins goes over everything you need to know for your next audition, from warmups and learning basic movement terms, to ending in a fun mock-audition dance routine! Students can pause and stop the course at any time, and work at their own pace! So go ahead and clear some room in your home, and let the fun begin!
How'd you like the movement video course? We hope you had a great time! Interested in working with Collins more in a one-on-one virtual setting? Click below to register for your first 30 or 60 min session with Collins! You can work on more dance technique, ask questions about industry auditions, and gain first-hand knowledge of the Broadway industry from this awesome MEAN GIRLS performer. Click below to get started!
More About Collins:
Collins graduated with a BFA in Musical Theatre from Ball State University, shortly after she moved to New York City and joined The Actor’s Equity Association. Collins is currently an ensemble member of Mean Girls the musical on Broadway where she made her Broadway debut in 2018 as Lizzie Therman, Caroline Krafft, and “Sexy Corn”! Before her work in Mean Girls, she played Ashley in the world-premiere production of The Prom at the Alliance Theatre prior to its Broadway run. Recently she acted as choreography assistant on Casey Nicholaw’s new production of Some Like it Hot where she was thrilled to finally put her tap skills to good use! Outside of performing, Collins coaches Mean Girls workshops, teaches tap for The Growing Studio, and loves sharing her tricks of the trade in talk backs with young aspiring performers. Growing up she was a competitive dancer, science nerd, and enjoyed tapping around the country as a member of the St. Louis Hoofer’s Club. She continues to train in NYC and uses her love of science for daily fun facts in the Mean Girls dressing room; she promises they’re a hit!