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News Want to Learn from Broadway's Best? Register for the 2016 Broadway Student Summit Registration for the 2016 Broadway Student Summit is officially open!

The Broadway Student Summit

The 2016 Summit will be held in four sessions. The first session will be held Jan. 16-18. The second will be held Feb. 13-15. The third will be held April 2-4. The fourth session, which corresponds with the Broadway Teachers Workshop, will be held July 11-13.

The Broadway Student Summit connects theatre students with the Broadway community through a series of workshops, master classes and an optional mock audition with a casting director. 

The program is mainly designed for high school students, although "mature middle school students who are serious minded and have a sincere interest in theatre" are also welcome. Students are able to attend individually with permission from a parent of guardian or as part of a group.

The program includes three days of classes, a ticket to a Broadway musical, a post show discussion with cast members and an optional private feedback session with a Broadway casting director. Every student will work directly with Broadway’s best and brightest performers, choreographers and musical directors.

Past teaching artists include Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Newsies), Kate Shindle (Legally Blonde, Jekyll and Hyde), Titus Burgess (Guys and DollsThe Little Mermaid, "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"), Lindsay Mendez (Wicked, Dogfight) and more.

Click here for a list of sample schedules. 

Sessions A, B and C will be held at Pearl Studios. Session D will be held at Chelsea Studios.

The Broadway Student Summit is presented by the Broadway Teaching Group in conjunction with Music Theatre International

For more information on registration and tuition, click here.

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