Frequently Asked Questions
BROADWAY STUDENT SUMMIT
How much does it cost to attend the Broadway Student Summit?
$599 for both students and teacher/chaperones
Please note: This covers the cost of the show and workshops but does not include hotel, travel or food.
How do I apply for the Broadway Student Summit?
Individual students may either fill out an online application or download a printable application and mail, scan or fax it to us.
Teachers registering a group must download the printable application and mail, scan or fax it to us.
How will I know I’ve been accepted into the Workshop?
You will receive email confirmation once you’ve been accepted into the program.
What is the basic schedule each day?
See the sample schedule.
What should I wear to the Workshop?
Wear clothes that are comfortable. We suggest that you bring dancewear and jazz shoes for the dance class. (Sneakers and sweats are fine too!)
What are my options for lunch?
There are several options for lunch (which is on your own). You are welcome to bring a bag lunch and eat it at the studio, or go out for lunch in the area. There are several inexpensive food options on the same block as the studio.
What are the logistics regarding the Broadway show performance?
Students are expected to get to and from the Broadway show performance on their own.
Is there a waiting list for sold-out Summit sessions?
Yes, if you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please email Pam Pariseau at firstname.lastname@example.org with your preferred session.
What is your refund/cancellation policy?
Refunds are not available once you have reserved your space with a non- refundable deposit. If you do not pay the remainder of your tuition fee before the due date (90 days prior to your workshop), you will forfeit your space and the deposit. If you are unable to use your space, you may transfer your paid tuition to another student (or attendee) not yet registered.
The Summit is subject to the same cancellation policy as the box office for the Broadway show that group is seeing.*
(* In very rare cases, a Broadway show will cancel a performance due to extreme weather or Act of God.)