Project Broadway

Project Broadway is the 501c3 non-profit arm of Broadway Workshop, dedicated to providing enriching educational experiences and scholarship opportunities for students in all areas of the theater arts. We aim to provide unique experiences that develop important life skills, encourage self-expression, inspire personal exploration and motivate authentic development for students of all ages. Most importantly, our mission is to make these opportunities available to children who would not be able to otherwise participate in theater arts programs due to financial constraints.

Project Broadway

Our non-profit arm that offers need-based scholarships to Broadway Workshop programs.

Project Broadway is proud that 100% of our income goes directly to our programs. Performance is powerful and empowering; it helps all children in many ways including teaching them to take ownership of their own thoughts, stories, talents and abilities. Research suggests that creativity helps children maintain good mental and physical health. There is evidence that participating in the creative arts can improve student literacy and overall academic achievement.

Scholarship eligibility is based on financial need and determined by ability demonstrated by audition. It is open to all children from the general public. These scholarships may provide the only opportunity for children in need to experience visual and performing arts, offering the children sense of accomplishment, personal locus of control, self-esteem, and a desire to connect with their community. Children interested in A Project Broadway Scholarship must complete a scholarship application audition for the artistic director and musical director.

Project Broadway was established by Broadway Workshop in 2010.

If you would like information on how to apply for a PROJECT BROADWAY scholarship please email info@broadwayworkshop.com

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Ambassadors Circle

The Project Broadway Ambassadors Circle is a group of students who have benefited from the opportunities Project Broadway/Broadway Workshop have created for young performers. Student Ambassadors meet monthly to discuss ways to fundraise and spread Project Broadway’s mission to a wider audience. Our ambassadors have the opportunity to perform in special events and benefit concerts throughout the year. Project Broadway Ambassadors have performed at the annual College Board Conference in New York City, for American Girl TV’s AG LIFE and at our annual 54 Below Benefit concert. Our Student Ambassadors are using their skills as performers and social activists to help create educational opportunities for every child who has as an interest in the performing arts.

We are seeking a limited number of dedicated Project Broadway/Broadway Workshop students to fill limited open spaces in the Project Broadway Student Ambassador Circle for the 2016-2017 Season.

Students interested in submitting an application for the 2016-17 Ambassadors Circle must have appeared in at least one Main Stage or Junior Main Stage Production and be at least 13 years old. To officially be considered, please fill out the application link below. All submissions must be received by October 10, 2016. Decisions will be made by October 16, 2016. Students will be notified by email of their acceptance into the Ambassadors Circle.

Project Broadway Student Ambassadors Circle Application

 

Our Projects

Project Broadway provides need-based scholarships for Broadway Workshop’s onstage season. These productions will give students the opportunity to take part in a full theatrical experience, working on challenging material with the top industry professionals. Need based scholarships have been given to students involved in Broadway Workshop Productions of: The Little Mermaid Jr, School House Rock, Dear Edwina, James and the Giant Peach,  Zombie Prom, The Secret Garden, Legally Blonde, Xanadu, Carrie, Bring it On,  Cabaret. 

Project Broadway also provides need-based scholarships for Broadway Workshop’s Summer Camps, Intensives and annual Children’s Musical Theatre Festival. These programs will give young actors the opportunity to explore their passion for the performing arts. Students enrolled will also have the opportunity to see Broadway productions, take master classes with industry professionals and participate in interactive classes and workshops.

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Project Broadway Main Stage Productions

 

Our Events

  • Each year Project Broadway Ambassadors and students take the stage at 54 Below for a benefit concert supporting Project Broadway’s scholarship fund.
  • Project Broadway Ambassadors where part of a new series for American Girl TV called Lift Up Your Voice. Check out the video! 
  • Ashley Lalonde (Project Broadway Ambassador president) represented Project Broadway in a PSA for AG TV. Check out the video! 
  • Project Broadway Students performed at the College Board annual luncheon in NYC to help share Arts Education with a larger audience.
  • Project Broadway held their annual SoulCycle Charity Ride in NYC.
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54 Below Concert 2016

 

Our Impact

Here is what some Project Broadway scholarship recipreants have to say about their involvement in Broadway Workshop shows, camps and workshops, made possible by your generosity

Getting to be involved in Broadway Workshop’s Children’s Musical Theatre Festival was not only one of the greatest experiences I have ever had, but an insanely inspiring one as well. It would have never been possible without the generous scholarship from PROJECT BROADWAY. I feel so fortunate to have had incredible training from some of the most talented people I have ever worked with, while making so many new friends from all around the country, and learning so much in just one week about musical theatre and the industry. Without that scholarship, I would have missed out on a truly amazing experience. I cannot thank Broadway Workshop & Project Broadway enough! — Anthony, Student

My parents are great providers but have limited on resources, the Project Broadway program at Broadway Workshop program gave me an opportunity to pursue my passion. Because of the generous scholarship to attend the program, I have gained the confidence I did not have and have grown as a performer. This program has taught me a work ethic and a level of professionalism that not only takes place in our rehearsals but in my every day life. — Kevin, Student

I just wanted to say “Thank You” from the bottom of my heart for all of the work and time you put in with our kids this past week. Our students had the time of their lives, and I was so impressed with the level of professionalism displayed by your staff. My daughter learned so much, and was so excited to share all she had learned every day. The Showcase was amazing, and I know this workshop will be a lifetime memory for these kids! — Kelly, Mother

 

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Our goal is to let every child who has a love of the performing arts the ability to participate in outstanding, high level programs that challenge them in ways they never imagined. With your generous support we can allow more children to experience the joys of getting to live their dreams through performance.

Because Project Broadway is a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization, your donations are tax deductible.

100% of donations are used directly for Project Broadway programs as well as scholarship funding.

Support a child by supplying a full or half scholarship for our upcoming productions or summer camps or make a general donation that will help build future programs at Project Broadway.

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