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The Prince and the Pauper - Talkback Video

Introductions
 -  - Introductions
BTC co-Artistic Director Fiona Santos brings the cast out on stage and then introduces show composer Neil Berg and writer Bernie Garzia. Also making a brief appearance in this clip is Rita Harvey, who created the role of Lady Edith in the original Off-Broadway production in 2002.
4:35

Remarks by Neil Berg and Bernie Garzia
 -  - Remarks by Neil Berg and Bernie Garzia
6:46

What was your favorite scene
 -  - What was your favorite scene
Question asked by BTC student Evan Macedo (off camera)
0:41

How did you get the prince and the pauper to look alike?
 -  - How did you get the prince and the pauper to look alike?
Question asked by BTC student Stephanie Brown
1:25

How did the story evolve?
 -  - How did the story evolve?
Multiple questions from an audience member lead to a discussion of how the story and evolved from original conception to its final form.
4:30

Have you guys ever performed in a TV show or movie or anything?
 -  - Have you guys ever performed in a TV show or movie or anything?
Question asked by BTC student Brittany Brown
4:20

Who was your favorite character to write for?
 -  - Who was your favorite character to write for?
Question asked by an audience member
1:57

Writing the play, were there any things you guys disagreed on?
 -  - Writing the play, were there any things you guys disagreed on?
Question asked by BTC student Anna Fondiller
2:57

What was your favorite song?
 -  - What was your favorite song?
Question asked by BTC student Kylie Rina Roslin
1:08

Was there one point when you were writing and you felt stuck?
 -  - Was there one point when you were writing and you felt stuck?
Question asked by BTC student Emme Sudock
1:10

Have you written any other shows?
 -  - Have you written any other shows?
Question asked by an audience member
1:17

What was the rehearsal process like, [especially with] changing the script?
 -  - What was the rehearsal process like, [especially with] changing the script?
Question asked by an audience member
1:45

Did you have stage directions and concepts in your musical? How did you come up with this wonderful [stage production]?
 -  - Did you have stage directions and concepts in your musical? How did you come up with this wonderful [stage production]?
Question asked by an audience member
2:23
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Who We Are
Broadway Training Center of Westchester, under the artistic direction of Jason Brantman and Fiona Santos, was recently awarded Best Theatre Classes in Southern Westchester by Westchester Magazine.  This premier performing arts school, located in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, provides children, teens, and adults with Broadway oriented performing arts training focusing on the joy of accomplishment and the enrichment of personal expression through classroom and performance work. Broadway Training Center of Westchester is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.