Save the Date: The 2017 Broadway Student Summits

2 Days, 6 Workshops, and Hamilton on Broadway

All students will work with cast and creative team members from the Broadway company of Hamilton.


Session A: February 18 - 19, 2017 sold out (any remaining individual tickets will be made available on August 29)
 
Session B: March 18 - 19, 2017
sold out (any remaining individual tickets will be made available on August 29)

Session C: April 8 - 9, 2017
sold out (any remaining individual tickets will be made available on August 29)

Session D: July 10 - 12, 2017
(*this Summit will feature a different musical, to be announced later, and will follow our standard three day schedule, aligning with the 2017 Broadway Teachers Workshop.)


WHAT:

The Broadway Student Summit is designed to connect theatre students with the Broadway community - and with each other - through a series of workshops, master classes, an optional mock audition for a Broadway casting director, and an unforgettable experience at a hit broadway musical. 

The Hamilton program spans 2 days and includes an orchestra ticket to Hamilton and 6 workshops in acting, voice, dance and a variety of arts disciplines with cast and creative team members from the Broadway company of Hamilton.

The standard program spans 3 days and includes a ticket to a hit Broadway musical, 8 workshops with Broadway teaching artists and cast members from the show you are seeing, and an optional mock audition for a Broadway casting director.

Every student will work directly with Broadway's best and brightest performers, choreographers, music directors and teaching artists. 
    

WHO:

The Broadway Student Summit is designed primarily for high school students, although it would be appropriate for mature middle school students who are serious minded and have a sincere interest in theatre.  *Students may attend either as part of a group or independently with permission from a parent of guardian.  

WHEN:

Session A: February 18 - 19, 2017 (Hamilton)
Session B: March 18 - 19, 2017 (Hamilton)
Session C: April 8 - 9, 2017 (Hamilton)
Session D: July 10 - 12, 2017 (Musical tba)

See a list of workshops and master classes.
See a sample schedule

WHERE:

BSS A, B & C will be held at Pearl Studios, home to Broadway rehearsals and auditions, 500 8th Avenue, between 35th and 36th Streets.

BSS D: TBA Broadway rehearsal studio in Manhattan.

TUITION:

BSS A, B & C (Hamilton): $450 for both students and teachers/chaperones. (No comps available for these events.)

BSS D (Musical tba):$399 for students. $349 per teachers/chaperones. (1 complimentary teacher/chaperone per 10 students.)


Group payments: Spots for groups can be held with a non-refundable deposit of $225/person. The remainder is due 90 days in advance of your session.

*Please note: This covers the cost of the show and workshops but does not include hotel, travel or food.

Hamilton Cancellation Policy: Refunds are not available once you have reserved your space with a non-refundable deposit. If you do not pay the remainder of your tuition fee before the due date (90 days prior to your workshop), you will forfeit your space and the deposit. If you are unable to use your space, you may transfer your paid tuition to another student (or attendee) not yet registered. Weather cancellations are rare and subject to the same policy as the box office for the Broadway show that group is seeing.

BSS D Cancellation Policy: Refunds are available up until 60 days prior to the event, less a $100 handling fee. After that date, you may transfer your paid tuition to another student (or attendee) not yet registered. Weather cancellations are rare and subject to the same policy as the box office for the Broadway show that group is seeing.

HOW TO REGISTER:

Please note: Sessions A, B and C are now fully booked for groups. On August 29th, an extrememly limited amount of individual tickets will be released for these events.

For Groups interested in Session D: Please email Pam Pariseau to book your space.

For individuals: Registration opens on August 29. Check back then to register on line.

Hamilton Cancellation Policy: Refunds are not available once you have reserved your space with a non-refundable deposit. If you do not pay the remainder of your tuition fee before the due date (90 days prior to your workshop), you will forfeit your space and the deposit. If you are unable to use your space, you may transfer your paid tuition to another student (or attendee) not yet registered. Weather cancellations are rare and subject to the same policy as the box office for the Broadway show that group is seeing.

BSS D Cancellation Policy: Refunds are available up until 60 days prior to the event, less a $100 handling fee. After that date, you may transfer your paid tuition to another student (or attendee) not yet registered. Weather cancellations are rare and subject to the same policy as the box office for the Broadway show that group is seeing.


For further information, please click here to email Pam Pariseau.

B.T.G. Guiding Principles: 

Guided by current research on how students learn best, the B.T.G. dedicates itself to the following principles:

  • Collaboration: Incorporate collaboration into the learning experience
  • Creativity: Inspire and reward creativity
  • Confidence: By exploring the social and emotional resonance of narrative and thematic content, the courses build confidence in applying lessons to problem solving and idea generation in the real world.

Relevant Common Core Standards:

Craft and Structure, Integration of Knowledge and Ideas, Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity, Emotional/Social Learning, Writing, Drama.