Session A: July 11 – 13, 2023 (sold out)
Session B: July 14 – 16, 2023 (sold out)
Session C: July 18 – 20, 2023 (sold out)
Session D: July 21 – 23, 2023 (sold out)

Information-Packed Professional Development Workshops
Inspiring Master Classes
Intimate Conversations with Broadway Stars
Networking with Your Peers

Unable to attend in person? Join us for the BROADWAY TEACHERS WORKSHOP ONLINE July 5 – 7, 2023!


Session A: July 11 – 13, 2023 (sold out)
Session B: July 14 – 16, 2023 (sold out)
Session C: July 18 – 20, 2023 (sold out)
Session D: July 21 – 23, 2023 (sold out)

One Day Add-Ons

Directing Intensive: July 17 & 24, 2023 (available)
Technical Theater Intensive: July 17, 2023 (available)
Choreography Intensive: July 24, 2023 (available)
Music Direction Intensive: July 24, 2023 (available)


The Broadway Teachers Workshop is an annual conference designed to inspire teachers and directors with new teaching methods, enhanced production skills and an exchange of ideas with peers and professional Broadway artists behind the scenes on Broadway in New York City.

Over three days, participants see four Broadway shows and have their choice of 18 workshops & master classes with Broadway’s finest artists as well as peer networking. Participants may elect to add on a One Day Intensive in Directing, Choreography, Music Direction or Technical Design.

All participants receive a letter certifying 30 hours of Professional Development and have the option to simultaneously earn 3 Graduate Level Credits through UNLV.

Watch the Broadway Teachers Workshop in Action!

The Workshops

Our workshops offer a unique blend of inspiration, creative replenishment, and methodology/best practices from Broadway – applied to your program for enhanced classroom learning.

The 2023Workshop lineup includes*:

  • Directing Plays: This session will focus on scene study with actors from Broadway’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
  • Directing Musicals: This session will focus on musical theatre scene study with actors from Broadway’s Some Like It Hot.
  • Site-specific Performance: Have you ever thought about doing …Spelling Bee in a cafeteria, Pump Boys and Dinettes at a gas station, Twelve Angry Jurors in a courtroom? This workshop will arm you with a format for producing and directing a site-specific performance.
  • Scenic Design — Transforming Space Over Time: Tony Award-winning scenic designer Beowulf Boritt will draw from his new book to illustrate different approaches to storytelling through the lens of Broadway productions he’s designed with legendary directors James Lapine, Kenny Leon, and Susan Stroman.
  • Broadway in Concert: Join BTW favorite and legendary Broadway music director/arranger David Loud as he returns with another of his delightful inquiries into the songs of our greatest theatre composers.
  • Conscious Casting: In this guided peer session, we will explore the challenges, possibilities, and potential for casting traditional shows with contemporary students across all ideologies, ethnicities, identities, and abilities.
  • Lighting Design: This session will explore options on how to build and expand your kit to best suit your space and budget.
  • Making the Change — Effective Scenic Transitions: This session is dedicated to the often overlooked necessity to create a space that keeps a show’s story “moving,” and not just “provide scenery.”
  • Choreography Guiding Principles: We’ll address how to make the most of the dancers you’ve got!
  • Developing New Audiences: In this guided peer session, we will explore various initiatives that professional theatres have embraced and how teachers can implement some of them at their schools, such as interdisciplinary marketing, sensory-friendly performances, community outreach, etc.
  • Broadway Dance Class – A Beautiful NoiseIn this fast-paced session, you’ll learn a combination from the Neil Diamond musical now playing on Broadway, with Jess LeProtto!
  • Musical Theatre — Story Through Song: Led by a distinguished Broadway performer and music director, we will explore methods for coaching students on their musical performance, focusing on storytelling, specificity, and personalization.
  • Projections — Power and Possibility on a Budget: This workshop will focus on exploring the enormous scope of projections and how they can transform your production — without breaking the bank!
  • Fundamentals of Puppetry on Stage — Life of Pi: Working with a puppeteer cast member from Broadway’s Life of Pi, we will break down the puppetry in the show and explore how to train your students to create and bring to life their own puppets.
  • Re-imagining the Classics: This session will explore the process of redefining a well-known show by taking a closer look at the story through a different lens.
  • Stage Combat: You’ll make your rehearsal room a safe, playful, and nurturing space for students and faculty alike in this up-on-your-feet session. 
  • Path To Broadway: Broadway’s finest performers will share their stories “up close and personal” in this popular session. 
  • Creativity in Theatre and Beyond: This session welcomes back Broadway producer Eric Cornell with a workshop inspired by his Harvard MBA professor about how creativity is useful and necessary, not only in the arts but in all professional endeavors. This workshop will arm you with substantive data to help bolster support for your program from administrators and your community alike. 
  • Networking and Peer Sessions: We’ll provide discussion groups,matchmaking, and connectivity throughout the conference.
  • MTI Session: Music Theatre International will take this opportunity to discuss new repertoire, technology, and how to be a part of the MTI family.

    *subject to change

The Shows

The Broadway Teachers Workshop in NYC includes your ticket to see FOUR HIT SHOWS, along with post show discussions* (*where possible), related workshops and master classes in all aspects of theatre with teaching artists, cast and creative team members from the shows we see. (If desired, you may elect to attend the Workshops without show tickets at a discounted rate. See below for details.)


For the first time since 1980, Broadway audiences will experience Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award®–winning score as it was performed in the original production—with Jonathan Tunick’s original 26-player orchestration on an epic scale. Tony Award–winning director Thomas Kail (Hamilton) helms the return of this musical thriller starring Tony and Grammy® nominee Josh Groban (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) as Sweeney Todd, and Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford (Sunday in the Park with George, Kinky Boots) as Mrs. Lovett.


Kim (Tony Award winner VICTORIA CLARK) is a bright and funny Jersey teen, who happens to look like a 72-year-old lady. And yet her aging condition may be the least of her problems. Forced to maneuver family secrets, borderline personalities and possible felony charges, Kim is determined to find happiness in a world where not even time is on her side. After its world premiere production at the Atlantic Theater Company, where it opened to rave reviews, KIMBERLY AKIMBO comes to Broadway this fall. Named “Best New Musical of the Year” (Time Magazine, New York Magazine, Time Out New York), KIMBERLY AKIMBO features a book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize winner DAVID LINDSAY-ABAIRE, music by Tony Award winner JEANINE TESORI, choreography by DANNY MEFFORD and direction by JESSICA STONE.



SOME LIKE IT HOT brings one of Hollywood’s greatest comedies to new life on the Broadway stage. Don’t miss your chance to join this fast-paced, sassy, brassy cross-country romp, as two best friends run for their lives – and find true love where they least expect it. Featuring a score by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman (Hairspray), a book by Matthew López (The Inheritance) and Amber Ruffin (“The Amber Ruffin Show”), and choreography and direction by Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon), SOME LIKE IT HOT is playing at the Shubert Theatre.


Winner of five Olivier Awards including Best New Play, LIFE OF PI  roars onto Broadway this spring in an epic tale of endurance and hope. After a cargo ship sinks in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, a sixteen-year-old boy named Pi is left stranded on a lifeboat with the most unlikely of companions: a Royal Bengal tiger. With time and nature against them, the two must learn to trust one another if they are to survive. Based on one of our most beloved works of fiction, LIFE OF PI will “make you believe in the power of theater” (The Times of London).

Show Schedule

Session A:
Tuesday, July 11: Kimberly Akimbo
Wednesday matinee, July 12: Sweeney Todd
Wednesday evening, July 12: Some Like It Hot
Thursday July 13: Life of Pi

Session B:
Friday, July 14: Kimberly Akimbo
Saturday matinee, July 15: Life of Pi
Saturday night, July 15: Some Like It Hot
Sunday matinee, July 16: Sweeney Todd

Session C
Tuesday, July 18: Some Like It Hot
Wednesday matinee, July 19: Sweeney Todd
Wednesday evening, July 19: Life of Pi
Thursday, July 20: Kimberly Akimbo

Session D
Friday, July 21: Sweeney Todd
Saturday matinee, July 22: Life of Pi
Saturday evening, July 22: Kimberly Akimbo
Sunday matinee, July 23: Some Like It Hot


The 2023 Broadway Teachers Workshop will be held at A.R.T. New York Theatre (502 West 53rd Street) featuring brand new high grade ventilation and filtration systems and oceans of space.


The 2023 Broadway Teachers Workshop tuition, including all workshops and your ticket to FOUR BROADWAY SHOWS is $849 for early registration (before March 1, 2023) and $899 thereafter. (*If you wish to attend the Workshops without show tickets, the tuition is $599.)

The 2023 One Day Intensive tuition is $275 for anyone registered for BTW weekend. ($325 independently.)

How to Register

Tuition is payable by credit card via an online application.  Registrants also have the option to print and mail an application and pay by check, purchase order or credit card. 

Registration questions?  Frequently Asked Questions  
If you are unable to find  your answer, email us


Participants in the Broadway Teachers Workshop receive a certificate verifying 30 hours of professional development training.

Graduate Credit

Participants in the Broadway Teachers Workshop may elect to earn 3 graduate credits through the UNLV Theatre department for additional fees. 

Covid PRotocols

Our policy matches that of the Broadway shows we are seeing, which encourage but do not require masks to be worn during the performance. No vaccination is currently required.

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