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OMT Master Class with Dawn L. Troupe
OMT Master Class with Dawn L. Troupe
June 29, 2024 | 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Ages 14+ welcome.
  • Students may receive discounted rate by showing their Student ID in the Box Office.

Ogden Musical Theatre presents, Master Class with Dawn L. Troupe: "Scoring your script" & "Acting for everyone"

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Learn more about Dawn here and below:

Dawn’s extensive experience in arts education, performance, and writing is truly impressive. She has been employed simultaneously as an educator, professional actress, theater director, and musical theater performer, earning her an M.A. in theater production. Her work on Tony-nominated and award-winning musicals, from their inception to completion, and with Tony award-winning teams such as Rachel Chavkin and Dave Malloy, Joe D. Pietro, Jeannine Tesori, Lee Summers, and more, is a testament to her talent and dedication. She’s an award-winning actor in several regional companies and most recently worked on Broadway’s “Musical Revival of 1776”. Dawn continues to build her film and television experience, having worked on an ABC Pilot with Marg Helgenberger, Chris Columbus and most recently seen in Kristian King’s “Twice As Good” on Peacock/NBC and Black Oak TV’s “The Retreat.” She’s directed dozens of stage productions, both musical and straight plays, and continues to thrive in creating community, building, and staging stories through collaboration. Her most recent directorial works include RENT, Beauty and The Beast and an Off-Broadway one man original show.

Dawn’s writing has garnered the attention of New York and Toronto’s film community and was recently selected as one of 6 finalists of a Canadian scriptwriting competition. Dawn is currently working on producing two original concepts for television: an episodic on normalizing conversations on mental illness and a sci-fi piece about two sisters’ journey through religion and time (Spring 2023). She has also completed a Mise en Scene’s episodic “Forward” as a mother struggling to keep her family together and her peace of mind, Christopher Booth, writer/producer, and a short heading to festivals called “Sisterphrenic”.

Dawn has a passion and ambition for arts activism in her many years of education, and she wants to impart valuable skills to students through performance, artistic expression, and community outreach. Ms. Troupe directed her own theatre arts program for middle school for many years. Several students are now up-and-coming Broadway and television stars . Dawn devised an after-school drama club that presented full musical productions each year and won several national awards for musical theatre presentations (“13 The Musical” and “Mulan”). Her students have won individual awards in national musical theater competitions (MTCA). Dawn is truly proud of an anti-bully program she created called Ambassadors, which still celebrates a yearly anti-bully rally for Fremont Students to this day. Ambassadors is a student-to-student mentoring program that empowers students to help prevent bullying, not be bystanders, and mentor incoming middle school students. During her tenure as a public school teacher, Dawn was the Fremont district’s delegate to the US Department of Education’s annual summit on preventing bullying.

Her greatest accomplishments are her children, Jeremy and Vanessa, who both live in California.

Parking Information Here
The closest and most accessible parking is the garage behind the theater on Kiesel Avenue, which costs $6. This garage is wheelchair accessible.

Due to unforeseen construction in front of the theater, the ADA drop off area has been moved to the Key Bank Parking located on 25th street.

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