Careers in Theatre
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NYC Careers in Theatre

New York City

Want to know more about careers in theatre? Structured to expose students to the excitement and hard work behind the scenes of the entertainment world, this program includes seminars, sightseeing options, and performances give your students a revealing look into the theatre industry. Tour Guides take you and your students to the heart of the action, visiting entertainment landmarks such as the New Amsterdam Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, and touring NBC Studios. Students attend a Broadway play or musical or an Off-Broadway show of your choice. They may also take an in-depth tour of the Theatre District and see firsthand where many artists made their start.

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Sample Program Inclusions:

  • Orientation Session – Spend time getting familiar with New York City. Review the best options for transportation and inexpensive places to eat. We’ll also review the itinerary and answer questions.
  • Tour Guide – Tour all included daytime activities with an experienced guide.
  • Theatre Seminar or Workshop – Enjoy workshops focused on stage combat, makeup, improvisation, or movement.
  • Site Tours – Choose to visit some of New York City’s historic or popular landmarks with a guide who can provide insight into the location’s attraction and history.
  • Meet the Cast – Meet with a cast member or technician from one of the Broadway shows that you attend for a short discussion on the logistics of running a major Broadway show.
  • Tickets to a Broadway Performance – Take your seat at a Broadway musical, comedy, or drama, or attend an Off-Broadway performance.
  • Hotel Accommodations – Stay in a centrally located hotel in the Theatre District. Baggage handling upon hotel arrival and departure is included.

Possible Guided Tours and Workshops:

  • Radio City Music Hall tour.
  • After show Talk Back.
  • Visit the Museum of the Moving Image.
  • Acting, stage combat, makeup, or improvisation seminars.
  • Historical Theatre District walking tour.