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Thayne Jasperson

Matilda

Thayne is currently performing in the Tony Award winning, hit Broadway musical, Matilda!  He joined the cast of Matilda straight from the Tony award winning musical, Newsies.  He was also recently on tour with the Broadway production of West Side Story and was seen on "So You Think You Can Dance season 4" and then continued on to the National tour.  Film credits include High School Musical (Brainiac), Handcart (Horace), NBC's Smash, High School Musical 2, MTV's American Mall, and the ABC Disney Christmas Parade.  Additional credits include the touring and regional productions of Oz The Musical (Scarecrow), Footloose (Ren), It's a Wonderful Life (George Bailey), Cats (MungoJerrie), 42nd Street (Andy Lee), 1776 (Courier), Tarzan ( Tarzan u/s), Crazy For You (Bobby u/s) and Roger in The Great Pretender. He was a principal dancer with ODT touring Europe, China and Costa Rica. For Thayne's choreographic work he received a rave review from the New York Times describing his work as "Ingenious!" He is a proud member of Actor's Equity and Broadway Connection Master Teacher who has worked with students and professionals around the world. 

Faculty Buzz
BC Teacher THAYNE JASPERSON goes from NEWSIES to MATILDA! Congratulations to Thayne as he starts rehearsals for the new Broadway production of MATILDA! We cannot wait to see you in the show!
From YOUNG FRANK to MARY POPPINS Billy Griffin who taught Broadway Connection Master Classes while one tour with YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN is back on the road with MARY POPPINS and super excited to teach more tap, jazz, musical theatre and audition tech master classes. Congrats Billy!
The Broadway Connection Experience

We had our BC workshop yesterday and I havel to tell you how FABULOUS it was.  Thank you for the program you have created.  Elizabeth Earley was outstanding and completely professional. 
 
Dance Attitude will definitely do Broadway Connection again!

- K. Davis

Lindsay's ability to connect with the kids yet remain in control of the group was very impressive.  Using music and choreography from Wicked was wonderful. Her insights into life as a "swing" were fascinating.

- P. .
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