Betsy Wolfe Masterclass

Betsy Wolfe Masterclass

April 27th, 2019, 10am-1pm at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse

 The Academy is thrilled to offer students the opportunity to learn directly from one of Broadway’s stars: BETSY WOLFE! This masterclass is open to students of all levels age 12-22. Only 18 students will have the chance to receive personal coaching directly from Betsy and only 25 additional people will be able to audit the class in the audience. We anticipate these seats selling out quickly, so don’t delay!

On-stage participants: $250

Audience tickets: $50

All tickets include a seat to the full 3-hour class and a photo opportunity with Betsy after the class.


Betsy Wolfe has established herself as one of the most versatile and keenly intelligent Broadway performers of her generation. She starred as Jenna Hunterson, the title role in the Tony-nominated musical Waitress. Prior to that, she played Cordelia in the Broadway revival of Falsettos directed by James Lapine, which recently aired on PBS. Betsy’s other Broadway credits include Ellen in the 2014 production of Bullets Over Broadway directed by Susan Stroman and Rosa Bud in The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Betsy is currently mini-touring with her one woman show ALL BETS ARE OFF and primarily lives in New York with her husband. She is so very proud to have created and co-founded the program Broadway Evolved, which has revolutionized the summer camp for both theatre students and educators alike.


“Of all the Master Classes that we have presented to our campers, Betsy Wolfe’s was our FAVORITE! Betsy not only helped our campers at YATC to grow and flourish as performers, but she also continually encouraged them to be their own unique and glorious selves. Betsy’s care and love of each one of our student’s shown through in her delicate and yet direct coaching. We cannot wait to have her back at CampYATC!” – Shawn Ryan, Camp YATC

“Immediately upon entering the room, Betsy meets the students at their level and she washes away any distance that could be created by the students’ nervous energy. This allows everyone to forget being ‘starstruck’ and quickly begin collaboratively working together. Betsy is a fearless teacher, devoid of ego, and filled with heart. Without hesitation, she crawls on the floor, pulls props from her purse, and masterfully creates magical individual moments with each student in the room. She’s the type of teacher and performer that we need mentoring our next generation.” – Benjamin Wolfe, Southeastern Summer  Theatre Institute

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