through July 14, 2024
55 Lexington Ave
BROADWAY WORKSHOP – SUMMER STAGE is a 7-day performance based theater program in New York City taking place at Baruch Performing Arts Center at Baruch College (55 Lexington Ave) from July 8-14. Students cast in the SUMMER STAGE will have the opportunity to be part of a workshop style production of a newly released cut-down version of a new or established musical. This audition only program is open to students ages 12-18 with a strong passion for the performing arts.
The 2024 show title will be announced soon!
Students must audition to be placed in the SUMMER STAGE program. On the first day of the program, students will audition for their roles in the production. Following placement auditions on day 1, students will find out what roles they are playing and begin rehearsals. SUMMER STAGE will present two performances of the selected show in our off-Broadway theater venue – Baruch Performing Arts Center.
AUDITION INFO WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON!
MORE SUMMER STAGE INFO
Monday, July 8 – Sunday, July 14, 2024
Monday 7/8: 10AM-4:30PM
Tuesday 7/9: 10AM-4:30PM
Wednesday 7/10: 10AM-4:30PM
Thursday 7/11: 10AM-4:30PM
Friday 7/12: 10AM-4:30PM
Saturday 7/13: 11AM-5PM (Rehearsal)/5PM Performance 1
Sunday 7/14: 12PM Call Time/1PM Performance 2
All rehearsals and performances take place at:
BARUCH PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
55 Lexington Ave (entrance at 25th St.)
New York, NY
This program is open to students ages 12-17
Students cast in SUMMER STAGE pay a registration fee of $1395.
Financial Aid is available for students who qualify through Project Broadway.
Our 2024 show will be announced soon!
ROLE PLACEMENT & CASTING:
All students must audition to be accepted into the program. On the first day, we will have role placement auditions and we will cast the show based on those auditions. We have selected a show that has plenty of role options. We cannot promise that any one particular person will be cast in a leading role. We do, however, guarantee that every cast member will be featured. As with every Broadway Workshop program, we believe that every actor — regardless of the “size” of their part — deserves a moment to shine. This is an ensemble experience and the training of putting together a musical in a limited time is an invaluable experience for every actor who is part of our cast. We focus on challenging each student to step up to the plate with whatever role they are given.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT PERFORMANCES:
The show will be presented in “Workshop Style”. That means there will be minimal production elements. Full casts will mostly remain on stage for the entire show. There will be some simple costume and prop elements, scenic projections, and professional lighting. The goal is to present our SUMMER STAGE productions in a clean, clear manner, while still staging the show with full vocals and choreography. All scripts will be memorized. Performances will be attended by family, friends and industry guests (including NYC Casting directors and agents and managers).
WHAT TO EXPECT DURING THE REHEARSAL WEEK:
Throughout each day, students will rehearse the show in both the studio and theater space at Baruch Performing Arts Center learning scenes, choreography and vocals in preparation for the final presentations. SUMMER STAGE will be led by professional Directors and Choreographers who will challenge students to take the next step in their performance and rehearsal skills.
Students who qualify may submit a scholarship application for a partial or full scholarship through Project Broadway. All scholarship forms must be sent in advance of video submissions and are subject to availability and approval process. Click HERE for our scholarship form.
MORE INFO ON WORKSHOP PRODUCTIONS: Past productions that Broadway Workshop has presented in “Workshop Style” include the school versions of The Addams Family, Wind in the Willows, SPAMalot, Curtains, We Will Rock You, Flight of the Lawnchair Man, The Grunch, We Are Monsters, Like You Like It, Beat Bugs, Cyrano and many others! Over the past decade, thousands of students from all over the country have participated in Broadway Workshop summer programs.