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PLAYBILL: Online Auditions Now Open for Triple Arts

"D’Amboise said in a statement, 'Ultimately, as a kid, I danced mostly. I always felt that I never sang or acted enough—I wasn't exposed to it. In this program, everybody does everything. Even if you aren't an experienced actor, think you can't sing or worry about your dance technique, by the end of the program you are doing all three, hopefully feeling like you can conquer anything and be whatever you want!'"

Pippin Couple Terrence Mann & Charlotte d’Amboise on Circus Spirit Animals, Drag Queen Heels & Getting ‘Wild’ with Bob Fosse

"Adorable Pippin husband-and-wife duo Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise get cozy on the Ask a Star couch to answer your questions about meeting Laurence Olivier, cookie dough and salami binges, audience wardrobe malfunctions and much more."

"Are you a young, aspiring musical-theater performer? Do you dream of working with real Broadway stars? Do you want to be a triple threat? Then Triple Arts may be for you. Founded by Pippin stars Charlotte d'Amboise and Terrence Mann, the 10-day program provides young people with training for a career onstage." -

Stephen Schwartz was on hand as 2013 Tony nominees Patina Miller (Best Actress in a Musical), Andrea Martin (Best Featured Actress in a Musical) and Terrence Mann(Best Featured Actor in a Musical) led their fellow cast members through “Magic To Do” in studio as they recorded the cast album of Pippin. 

See some special moments captured by The Charlotte Observer throughout Charlotte and Terrence's master class in Charlotte, NC.

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How Charlotte d’Amboise and Terrence Mann Are Channeling Their Decades of Experience in Musical Theatre

The Broadway veterans are giving back via their Triple Arts intensive. Want to get involved? Here’s how.

Husband-and-wife duo Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise have over 30 years of experience each working in musical theatre. In an effort to pass on what they've learned, the Broadway veterans have teamed up to present Triple Arts, a musical theatre intensive designed to give young, aspiring performers the unique opportunity to work directly with top industry professionals to improve their skills and confidence." - Playbill // Watch the video to learn more.

Sing Your Résumé: Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Ambosie

Can Broadway power couple Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise sing through each other's impressive résumés?

'Little Dancer' Alive Again

Terrence and Tiler Peck performed a number from the Broadway-bound musical at NDI.

"'My wife [Charlotte d'Amboise] is a dancer and her father, Jacques d’Amboise, was a dancer and I work on Broadway, fortunately all the time, with dancers,' says Mann. 'Watching them do what they do and to watch what they have to suffer through to make everything look beautiful and to be good at what they are and how long it takes…' is worth all of his support and time." - Playbill

Terrence Mann & Charlotte d’Amboise to Host Master Class and Audition

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"Broadway stars Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise will hold a master class and audition for performers age 14–24 in Lynchburg, Virginia on February 12. Reservations are required for both the class and the audition, which is hosted by the Triple Arts theatre intensive at the Virginia Theatre Association. The class also serves as the audition for the Triple Arts Summer Intensive."

Terrence Mann Named Artistic Director of CT Rep Summer Series

“ We’re thrilled to have Terrence Mann join us as Artistic Director of our beloved Nutmeg Summer Series. His creative energy and passion for musical theatre will transform the summer season.” - Anne D’Alleva, Dean of the School of Fine Arts

A first glimpse from as Terrence Mann takes on the role of the Man in the Yellow Suit with his fellow performers in the new production of Tuck Everlasting.

A great article from The New York Times feat. Terrence and his new show, Tuck Everlasting, as a successful Broadway show changing the game by ignoring "tired templates." 

Fond memories and personal connections often fuel collaboration in our fantastic world of musical theatre. Read more from the Charlotte Observer about Terrence Mann + Charlotte d'Amboise passing on their mastery of performing arts to the next generation of students in Charlotte, North Carolina as they continue on their pop-up East Coast Master Class/Audition tour.

"They came in appearing shy and self-conscious Sunday. In minutes, they were breathing hard and laughing." The News & Advance describes our Lynchburg, VA stop on our Master Class/Audition Tour -- many pearls of wisdom about the biz shared by our incredible Artistic Directors...

Really nice article from The Frederick News-Post covering Terrence & Charlotte's latest stop on their 2016 Triple Arts Master Class/Audition tour! So thrilled to worked with such a fantastic group. 

"For this latest installation of A Fine Showmance, d'Amboise and Mann talk about making out backstage at the Winter Garden Theatre, those sexy cat leotards and never going onstage mad at each other — especially when one is throwing knives." -

James Marino and Michael Portantiere from talk with Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise about their 2015 Triple Arts Summer Intensive Program.

"Do you or a younger member of your family have Broadway dreams, but don’t know how to start? Well five-time Tony-nominated couple Terrence Mann and Charlotte d’Amboise, currently co-starring in Broadway’s Tony-winning revival of Pippin, can help." -

For dancers, I say take a lot of ballet. Just live your life fully and work on your art, but take in life. If you want to be an artist, you need to take in everything about life. Not just your world of being an actor or dancer. You need to take it all in to be a full performer and a full artist. " - Charlotte d'Amboise on

Annual Summer Triple Arts Intensive Completes Its Run

"[Triple Arts Instructor & Broadway star, Liz] Larsen says, 'Just this morning I got a letter from a parent - we had his boy last year and he was very shy. They went on and on about how the program changed his entire life. You don't realize the effect you have when you teach art and expression.' " -

"It's good to report that the marriage between Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise is strong as ever, despite the fact that he throws knives at her eight times a week. Both are appearing in the hit Broadway musical "Pippin" — playing, what else, husband and wife — and the revival requires both to explore circus tricks. Mann chose to toss knives at his wife." - AP

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