Broadway Star – Wesley Taylor – Master Class at KD Conservatory

July 18, 2014  |  Posted by: Kathy Tyner

Join us for “Straight from New York” series with Wesley Taylor

After the great success with last month’s master class with Tony Award nominee Adam Pascal here in Dallas, Straight From New York Series is thrilled to bring another master class to the DFW Theater community.  Once again John Garcia’s THE COLUMN is very honored to co-sponsor with KD Conservatory.


Broadway star Wesley Taylor will be teaching master classes in Dallas for performers interested in musical theatre.
Fresh off of his Season 2 launch for the popular Hulu series It Could Be Worse, Taylor, who also starred on the NBC show SMASH, will be:

  • coaching performers on audition techniques
  • developing their vocal and acting skills
  • giving valuable information about the theatre industry to those who wish to pursue performance as a career



The Dallas master class will be held:

Wednesday July 30,2014

6:00PM –  (approximately) 10:00PM


KD Studio Theatre (Trinity River Arts Center)
2600 N. Stemmons Frwy, Suite 180
Dallas TX 75207


All ages are encouraged to sign-up to participate or observe.   You can sign up and pay online:—july.html


$250 to participate
$35 to observe

Please see link for detailed information.

Wesley Taylor co-starred in the hit TV show SMASH, as Bobby, a flamboyant ensemble member who is not afraid to say what is on his mind. His hit web series, It Could Be Worse, debuted season 2 on Hulu this summer. Taylor made his Broadway debut in the rock musical Rock of Ages, where he originated the role of the German city developer Franz. He won a Theatre World Award for this role, and was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award. His second major role on Broadway was as Lucas Beineke in the musical The Addams Family, a role he originated after previously playing the role in the 2009 Chicago production of the show. Taylor also participated in a reading for a play called A Dog’s Tale (or The Thing About Getting) at the Kennedy Center. On March 7, 2011, Taylor played the title role alongside Lauren Molina in a reading for a stage adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, penned by playwright Michael Raver. He has appeared on television in ABC’s One Life to Live, Live! with Regis and Kelly, TheToday Show, Good Morning America, and Late Night with Conan O’Brien.


Special thanks to Gary Tyner, Kathy Tyner, & Kaleb Wade of KD Conservatory, a subsidiary of KD Studio.


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