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Broadway Dreams

Broadway Dreams

Broadway Dreams Summer Intensive
August 2 – 9, 2015 at the Kimmel Center 

Students who participate in the week-long Broadway Dreams Summer Intensive receive personal instruction from Broadway performers and industry professionals on acting, vocal technique, song selection, dance, business, and more. Students get the chance to audition for top Broadway casting directors and agents. The week concludes with a professional showcase starring students alongside their Broadway idols. 

All ages welcome, students range from 6 to 67. 

Broadway Dreams offers aspiring stars:

  • Top-notch educational curriculum
  • Tony Award® winning Broadway faculty
  • Auditions for casting directors, agents, directors, and choreographers
  • A chance to be nominated to perform in the BDF New York Showcase in November 

Tuition for the 2015 session is $995. See below for scholarship opportunities.

Also See

Meet Jai’Len Josey, part of the Broadway Dreams Generation, pursuing her dreams of becoming a Broadway legend!

Click HERE for an announcement of this year's faculty. From shows including Wicked, Memphis, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Xanadu, and more!

Apply for a scholarship HERE. With donor support, Broadway Dreams is able to offer full and partial financial need based scholarships.

Kimmel Center Education programs are generously supported by:
Sponsors: ACE Group, Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, Health Partners Plans, Wells Fargo, Elliot-Lewis Corporation, Origlio Beverages, GlaxoSmithKline, Universal Health Services, Inc., Verizon Pennsylvania, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, PNC Foundation, Paul Tufano, David and Patricia Holveck, Merck & CO. Incorporated, Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program, Lomax Family Foundation, Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation, and Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation. 

Endowment: Citizen’s Bank Foundation, Comcast Foundation, The Sidney Kimmel Foundation, Dr. Richard M. Klein, Lincoln Financial Foundation, McLean Contributionship, PNC Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Savitz, Sunoco Foundation, and Wells Fargo.

 

Broadway Dreams

Broadway Dreams Summer Intensive
August 2 – 9, 2015 at the Kimmel Center 

Students who participate in the week-long Broadway Dreams Summer Intensive receive personal instruction from Broadway performers and industry professionals on acting, vocal technique, song selection, dance, business, and more. Students get the chance to audition for top Broadway casting directors and agents. The week concludes with a professional showcase starring students alongside their Broadway idols. 

All ages welcome, students range from 6 to 67. 

Broadway Dreams offers aspiring stars:

  • Top-notch educational curriculum
  • Tony Award® winning Broadway faculty
  • Auditions for casting directors, agents, directors, and choreographers
  • A chance to be nominated to perform in the BDF New York Showcase in November 

Tuition for the 2015 session is $995. See below for scholarship opportunities.

Also See

Meet Jai’Len Josey, part of the Broadway Dreams Generation, pursuing her dreams of becoming a Broadway legend!

Click HERE for an announcement of this year's faculty. From shows including Wicked, Memphis, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Xanadu, and more!

Apply for a scholarship HERE. With donor support, Broadway Dreams is able to offer full and partial financial need based scholarships.

Kimmel Center Education programs are generously supported by:
Sponsors: ACE Group, Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church, Health Partners Plans, Wells Fargo, Elliot-Lewis Corporation, Origlio Beverages, GlaxoSmithKline, Universal Health Services, Inc., Verizon Pennsylvania, JP Morgan Chase Foundation, PNC Foundation, Paul Tufano, David and Patricia Holveck, Merck & CO. Incorporated, Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program, Lomax Family Foundation, Thomas Skelton Harrison Foundation, and Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation. 

Endowment: Citizen’s Bank Foundation, Comcast Foundation, The Sidney Kimmel Foundation, Dr. Richard M. Klein, Lincoln Financial Foundation, McLean Contributionship, PNC Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Savitz, Sunoco Foundation, and Wells Fargo.