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Private Lessons

Ages 8 - Adult. Appointments pending instructor's schedule. Please call 954.344.5991 to set up a lesson with one of our talented instructors.

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Private Voice

Private voice is a strong one on one study of the performer’s vocal technique.  It is a necessary class for those interested in developing the skills to improve voice and professional expertise.  This class is recommended for anyone who is interested in singing. Private Vocal studies can also include preparation for Thespian competitions, either individual or group pieces.  Private Lessons are an excellent opportunity to prepare for College and professional theatre auditions. 

1/2 Hour Lessons: $45 per class

1 Hour Lessons: $75 per class

Private Acting

Everything an actor needs to develop the skills necessary to succeed. You’ll be prepared for anything from school auditions, districts, college interviews or agency calls.  If you’re ready for a career, private acting will teach you what you need to know to succeed in the industry. Private acting also includes preparation for Thespian competitions, either individual or group pieces.

1/2 Hour Lessons: $45 per class

1 Hour Lessons: $75 per class

Private Dance

The wide range of dance styles (Tap, Ballet, Jazz) can be covered allowing students the opportunity to connect technique with proper terminology. These techniques are an essential part of the Musical Theatre Industry and the student will achieve a higher level of knowledge that is required for professional theatre and college auditions.  Suitable dancewear and proper dance shoes are necessary.

1/2 Hour Lessons: $45 per class

1 Hour Lessons: $75 per class

Private Piano

Piano/Keyboard lessons for beginners focus on piano basics; learning to read notes, read rhythms, play scales, play basic chords, music theory, hand placement, and other tools essential to play any style of music. Progress is catered to each student, allowing for maximum attention and development. Intermediate lessons will progress students to the next level, teaching sight reading, accompaniment and even college prep work. Play music you are passionate about!

1/2 Hour Lessons: $45 per class

1 Hour Lessons: $75 per class

Meet The Staff


Our talented and compassionate staff hails from such reputable institutions as AADA, AMDA, Boston Conservatory, Florida State University and are National Board Certified Adjudicators. Thier performance credits include Broadway, national tours, Disney, film & television and the Joffrey Ballet. Our staff has trained with the best: Baryshnikov, Meisner, Morris, Shurtleff, and more!

Raquel Montesino - Music/Acting Instructor

NSBstaff3.jpgRaquel Montesino has been teaching at Next Stop Broadway and the Academy since 2008, and performing since before she can remember! During her time at The University of Central Florida, she performed professionally at Walt Disney World in Orlando in such productions as High School Musical, Finding Nemo, and the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Review.

In addition to performing for various local theater's, Raquel has also utilized her talents as the resident Cabaret singer for The Center's Level 3 lounge. Raquel serves as one of Next Stop Broadway's musical directors in addition to teaching acting and voice techniques. 

Abby Nigro - Acting Instructor

nsbstaff11.jpgAbby Nigro graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a BFA in theatre performance, having received training there in techniques like Chekhov, Stanislavski, and Fitzmaurice Voicework.

Her favorite credits include playing the Fool in King Lear, Mary Warren in The Crucible, and directing a production of Eric Bogosian's Talk Radio. She was also assistant instructor for Acting & Improv classes during Next Stop Broadway's Summer Camp 2018.

Alix Roberts - Dance Instructor

NSBstaff4.jpgAlix has had a passion for dance and performing since the age of 2. She trained with Emmy Award nominated choreographer Glenn Douglas Packard in the Untouchables Dance Company, giving her the opportunity to travel and perform at events throughout Florida.

She received a Masters degree in Education from the University of Florida and is currently pursuing her love for teaching kids dance at Next Stop Broadway. In addition, she dances and choreographs professionally for the Delray Beach Open VolleyGirls.

TM Pride - Dance Instructor


Terrence (TM) Pride is a graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University in Theatre Performance and Dance and Florida International University with a Master's of Urban Education. He has worked as a professional teaching artist since 2006 choreographing and directing regional and community theatre. After completing two international tours with Carnival Cruise Line entertainment he relocated to South Florida. 

Currently he serves as the co-director of dance at Dillard High School of the Performing Arts in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and is a principal dancer at the Peter London Global Dance company in Miami, FL. Some of his recent film credits include: HBO's Lovecraft Country, Showtime's First Ladies, and Barry Jenkins' The Underground Railroad. 

Dawn Ketz - Dance Instructor

NSBstaff8.jpgDawn has been the resident choreographer at Next Stop Broadway for 15 years. She is a graduate of the prestigious High School of Performing Arts in New York City, popularly known as the Fame school. Dawn continued her pursuit in the arts and went on to perform with the American Ballet Theater, Joffery Ballet, and the New York City Ballet. Additionally, Dawn was an original cast member of the Broadway production of 42nd Steet.

Dawn continues her love for the performing arts as an instructor with Next Stop Broadway. She enjoys instructing students for their college auditions and choreographing numerous productions. 

Jerel Brown - Dance Instructor


Jerel Brown is a South Florida based Performer/Choreographer. Jerel has done shows all over the US and Japan. Recent credits include Universal Studios Japan, MNM Productions and Slow Burn Theatre.

He has been with Next Stop Broadway since 2007. He has also choreographed many high school productions and competition pieces in Broward County and West Palm Beach. His students earning Superior Ratings at the District and State level. Jerel has won many awards for his work including Best Choreography at a National Performance Arts Festival.

Lorrelle Jock - Music Instructor


Lorrelle Jock is excited to be joining the NSB family. Mrs. Jock received her Bachelor of Music Education from the Florida State University. She has been at Ramblewood Middle School since January 2018. She is an active member of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), The American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), the Florida Vocal Association (FVA), and the Broward Music Educator's Association (BMEA). She is also an alumna of the professional music organization, Sigma Alpha Iota.

Mrs. Jock was recognized as Teacher of the Year at Ramblewood Middle for the 2021-2022 school year. She has given private voice lessons, is an interim associate director of the Girl Choir of South Florida, and maintains an active role with her school choir in the community and state.