Monday Show Entertainment established its musical theatre school in 2012. Since then it has grown into a well-known training ground for many professional and amateur performers in the theatre and performance arts scene in Kuala Lumpur and abroad.
Monday Show School (MSS) is recognised as one of Malaysia’s most dedicated and committed training grounds for performing and creative artists who call the stage their home. MSS was established in December 2011 by Dominic Lucien Luk and Benjamin Lin. Classes began in June 2012, with the first batch of musical theatre students attending classes in our shared space located at Phileo Damansara before moving to SS15 Subang Jaya.
MSS has since designed various programmes that cater to learners of all levels and experiences, enouraging a safe space and environment to grow and learn at a comfortable pace.
Trainers and specially invited teachers in the past have included Nikki Snelson (Legally Blonde on Broadway), Michael Lavine (Broadway performance coach for stars like Kristen Chenoweth, Matthew Morrison, Sutton Foster), Brian Lowdermilk (Broadway composer for shows like The Mad Ones), Michael Parks (Choreographer and vocal coach from New York). These guests have imparted valuable lessons to our students and teachers, helping us maintain a high standard in our performances and training.
Nikki Snelson Broadway musical theatre workshop in 2015
From 2012 to May 2019, our studio was located at SS15 Subang Jaya. In May 2020, we moved to Icon City Petaling Jaya to a much bigger space, to accommodate to the growth that we achieved over the years. Now, MSS has opened up more classes and has welcomed more students.
With the expansion, MSS welcomed more teachers and students, with more programmes being offered to students. Classes are available for student age 8 and up, from dance to acting classes, to singing and music theory. With a focus on musical theatre, our classes have one sole purpose: to create better storytellers on stage.
Celebration at MSS new studio