Broadway Teaching Group
I just wanted to thank you for the amazing experience you arranged for us at the Broadway Teachers Workshop.  I’m driving everyone crazy because I haven’t stopped talking about it! It was by far the GREATEST professional experience of my life!
— Kelly T.

Broadway Teachers Workshop Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to attend the Broadway Teachers Workshop?

Tuition for the 2019 Broadway Teachers Workshop is $799 before February 1, 2019 and $849 from February 1, 2019 onwards.  Tuition includes all workshops and master classes and your ticket to four shows.  It does not include housing, meals or travel.


How can I get graduate credit?

Participants in the Broadway Teachers Workshop can earn 3 graduate credits through the UNLV Theatre Department. There is a written assignment and an additional tuition fee payable to UNLV equal to three University credits and various out of state and distance learning fees.  Registration for credits is done online directly through UNLV once you have already registered and been accepted to the Broadway Teachers Workshop. Get more details.


How do I apply for the Broadway Teachers Workshop?

Registration for the 2018 Broadway Teachers Workshop opens on November 20. Once the registration is open, please fill out an online application OR download a printable version and mail it to the address on the application.

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Can you assist with accommodations?

Hotel accommodations are unfortunately not included in the Broadway Teachers Workshop basic tuition fee, and although we do not arrange accommodation, we can recommend the following moderately priced quality hotels in the Times Square area: Hotel Information

We also recommend looking at hotel discounting web sites. Any hotel in the Times Square area will be within walking distance.


How will I know I've been accepted
into the Workshop?

You will receive email confirmation once you’ve been accepted into the program.



Do you have a waiting list for
sold-out workshop sessions?

Yes. There is a waiting list for each sold-out session. Please fill out our Wait-List form on our Contact page


Can I purchase additional tickets to some of the shows we are attending?

Unfortunately we purchase a block of tickets to the event and don't have the ability to add to it.  However, we invite you to utilize the message board on our website to post information if you are interested in selling or buying extra tickets. There will be a bulletin board at the workshop venue for this purpose as well. You are also welcome to have spouses/partners/friends register for the event to secure their tickets then they can attend any or all of the sessions of the event with you.


Can I bring students to the Workshop?

We offer a student-specific, performance-driven workshop throughout the year called The Broadway Student Summit

This summer, we will offer a special Student Summit that coincides with the Teachers Workshop, so teachers may bring student groups and work simultaneously but separately.

Mature students who will graduate high school before the workshop and are interested in teaching theatre may attend the BroadwayTeachers Workshop. Registration and tuition are the same as for teachers.    


What is the basic schedule each day?

We generally start at 10:00am and end at 5:00 or 5:30pm with an hour and a half midday lunch break. Click here to see a detailed sample schedule for the event.


What do I wear to the Workshop?

We suggest that you wear clothes that are comfortable. If you plan to take a dance class, you may want to bring dance or movement clothes/shoes. (Sneakers and sweats are fine too!)


How can I contact you?

Please visit our Contact page


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