KJPAS Vocal & Acting Training
Professional training program for children, teens and adults that fully prepares each student for professional theatre and/or college auditions.
A full week of professional training with Broadway performers in the summer; and a weekend of professional training in the winter -all on the lovely shore of Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia!
Not in the Myrtle Beach or New York City area, but in need of vocal and acting training to prepare for an upcoming audition? Sign up for a virtual coaching session and take advantage of the extensive KJPAS music and acting library.
KJPAS has studio's in both New York City and Myrtle Beach, SC. KJPAS offers a professional training program for children, teens and adults that fully prepares each student for professional theatre and/or college auditions. The curriculum is individualized for each student and may include: vocal technique, song analysis, monologue work, cold-reading techniques for audition call-backs, character development, audition techniques, theatre dance, sight-singing and ear training, harmonization, music theory, musical theatre history, the business of acting, acting for film and television, improvisation, headshot and resume development, and a study of the great method acting teachers. Contact Kevin below or via phone or email to discuss becoming a student in the studio program.
The KJPAS student success rate is exceptional. Many have gone on to perform in Broadway shows, national tours, film & television, and regional theatre productions. Others are now studying at the top theatre schools in the country. Read what a few KJPAS alumni are saying!
"Kevin helped me to unleash my talent, and prepared me to rise above and beyond the expectations of my high school years. With his help, I entered a high caliber musical theatre program at Shenandoah University, where I found success while working professionally in the summers between school years!"
"I went to Kevin Jones’ first camp (intensive) where I was taught how to apply everything I was learning to real life experiences.
He taught me what auditioning would look like: how to hold myself; how to interact with directors; and music directors. It opened a whole other world for me where I started to see this as a profession…"
Check out all 9 Broadway endorsements for KJPAS below!