BROADWAY WORKSHOP has spent close to a decade inspiring and educating young artists through original, theatrical programming. In all that we do, we value professionalism, creativity, self-expression, inspired learning, transformation and fun.
We develop and produce educational workshops, summer theater camps, private and small group trainings and full-scale productions in New York City and across the country. All of these programs are designed to offer theater-loving kids a challenging yet supportive environment to explore their creativity and perfect their craft in acting, singing and dance.
Our programs are taught by working professionals, from Broadway stars to casting directors to seasoned Film & TV actors who share their knowledge, enthusiasm and joy with students of all ages and skill levels. We also partner with top entertainment organizations to develop unique arts-themed events and industry showcases that inspire participants to gain experience in all areas of the theater, while learning necessary career skills in an engaging, imaginative and positive environment!
Our students have appeared in many TV and Film projects as well as the Broadway productions of; Matilda, The King and I, Fish in the Dark, Mary Poppins, A Christmas Story, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Sunday in the Park with George, Les Miserables, Annie, West Side Story, Kinky Boots, The Addams Family, Billy Elliot, The Color Purple, Elf, Newsies, War Horse, Shrek, Gypsy, Evita, Bye Bye Birdie, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Act One, Big Fish, Bullets Over Broadway, Waiting for Godot, People in the Picture, Chaplin, Ragtime, The Lion King, and Once
In 2011, we launched The Children’s Musical Theater Festival (CMFT) to provide up-and-coming theater writers with the opportunity, space and resources to develop and showcase new family-friendly musicals. In addition, the Festival nurtures and educates aspiring young actors who are selected to participate in CMTF’s weeklong educational program, culminating in a performance of these original works.
In 2012, we established Project Broadway, a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides enriching educational experiences and scholarship opportunities for children and young adults in the theater arts.
Broadway Workshop is committed to using theater to transform lives beyond a performance on the stage. We invite all people and organizations to come together in celebration of live, theatrical performance, developing the next generation of artists, teachers and theater lovers, and championing education and the arts in all areas of our lives.
Broadway Workshop was established in 2006 by Marc Tumminelli.