NYC Broadway Performing Arts & Production

In Collaboration with Go Broadway logo

This performing arts program integrates master classes and discussions with professional Broadway artists and staff members to learn about theater and production. With visits to renowned performance locations, the program offers once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to enjoy classic Broadway shows, and experience different forms of creativity.

Participants are trained by professional art performers and staff in Broadway musicals, drama, film & TV. On graduation day, participants will perform a scene from a musical in a group or individually. 

The program showcases the history of Broadway musicals, performances, theater talkbacks with actors and Broadway staff, with backstage tours and visits to iconic performing and rehearsal spaces used by professionals.

We offer one-week and two-week versions of this program in collaboration with GoBroadway

New York City Location

New York City offers participants unique opportunities to interact with individuals and locations at the heart of worldwide performing arts. Sites that you will visit include Lincoln Center, Madison Square Garden, The Museum of the Moving Image, and Radio City Music Hall. Program includes: certificate of attendance, master classes, Broadway shows, weekly MetroCard for local transportation, and housing.

For information, group rates and registration for the one-week version of the program email ezavala01@manhattan.edu.

For the two-week version of this program email info@go-broadway.com 

One-Week Program Dates

Registration is open:

November 25 - December 1, 2018
June 2 - June 8, 2019

Tuition

One-week program: $2,350
Includes: Four master classes, three NYC performing arts icon location tours (Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Madisson Square Garden), Museum of the Moving Image private tour and session, visit performing/film/drama NYC schools to learn about degree opportunities and one Broadway show per day. Certificate of attendance. 

Housing

$650
Includes: Double/double room with shared bathroom on dorm style location. Breakfast and local public transportation (MTA subway and bus).

Application Deadline

Participants must have intermediate proficiency in English and be over 18 years old.
For group rates contact infonc@manhattan.edu 

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