HyperFusion Theatre Training announces new masterclasses
PROFESSIONAL theatre training school HyperFusion has announced this week that Rai Quarterly and Andrew Dennis are to join their artistic team this half term to run master-classes on dancing and acting.
Rai, who is a dancer, choreographer and model, has just finished touring with Cheryl Cole and has been in videos and live shows for Katy Perry, Olly Murs, Tinchy Stryder, The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent amongst many other top headlining acts, too numerous to mention. She is a darling of the dancing world and brings with her not only a wealth of talent and experience but some stories to tell as well.
Andrew has just left the hit West End’s production of One Man Two Govnors and will be running an acting master-class. His acting career spans 20 years in numerous productions in the West End, with RSC, Hull Truck, Royal Court, National Theatre, Old Vic amongst many others, as well as numerous television credits. He also teaches at the drama school ALRA and loves his work with Graeae Theatre Company whose ethos is to place disabled artists centre stage.
Sarah Ellis, HyperFusion’s artistic director, said: “We are so thrilled to introduce such talented industry professionals with such a high calibre to be teaching at the centre and look forward to working with Craig also after the half term as well as announcing our auditions for our next big production of GREASE the musical.”
HyperFusion is currently taking applications from young people between the ages of 5-16 for their theatre training to have a free session. Please register interest via e-mail to email@example.com or call Sarah on 06909960490.
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