Register

ZAK-PAC (Zakarak Performing Arts Conventions) is an exhilarating and intensive theatre training program for 6 – 12th graders providing up-close and personal instruction by professionals from top Regional Theatres, Universities, Broadway and Television! From beginner to advance, participants can take classes in Drama, Dance, Vocal, Speech, Musical Theatre, Audition Technique, Business of the Arts, and so many more! Register below to be part of our next national event to be held OCTOBER 18th-19th, 2014 hosted by Germantown Academy, 340 Morris Rd, Fort Washington, PA. 19034.

 

$300 inclusive fee per registration includes:

  • 5 Master Classes: Choose five Master Classes to attend over the 2-day convention. ZAK-PAC provides Master Classes in Drama & Acting, Vocal & Speech and/or Dance & Movement.*
  • 1 Competition: Choose one 5-minute solo Competition timeslot to perform in front of professional jurors who will give immediate constructive feedback. Attendees can choose to perform one monologue, one song or one dance within their 5-minute timeslot.*
  • All General Sessions: Attendees should attend the Opening, Masters Q&A, ZAK-PAC Wrap-Up, & the Finale Showcase Event
  • Finale Showcase Event: 3 top finalists from each Solo Competition category (Monologue/Song/Dance) will be chosen to perform in Sunday’s Finale Showcase Event for ZAK-PAC attendees, parents, guardians, etc. From the nine finalists, three first place winners will be awarded a prize. One overall Grand Prize winner will also be selected. Runners-up will be awarded a ZAK-PAC scholarship for any future ZAK-PAC event.

*Additional Classes or Competition Spots are $50 each
**Private College Audition Coaching available at $50 per ½ hr. per discipline.
    

 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please visit our Volunteers page.

If you have already registered and wish to view your account, please login to view your profile.


Follow Zakarak Conventions on Facebook Follow Zakarak Conventions on Twitter Follow Zakarak Conventions on Instagram