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Before attending yesterday afternoon’s matinee performances, nearly 155 New York City public high school students and chaperones gathered in Times Square to commemorate the milestone achieved of Broadway Bridges® welcoming 100,000 students to Broadway since its inception in 2017. Watch the video from yesterday’s gathering in the heart of the Theatre District and photos are available here.
As the largest theatre education partnership in the history of New York City, Broadway Bridges is a program of The Broadway League, in partnership with NYC Public Schools™ and the United Federation of Teachers, and has been providing opportunities for New York City public high school students to attend a Broadway show before graduation. Support for the program also comes from the New York City Council.
“Broadway Bridges began six years ago with the commitment to ensure that every New York City public high school student be given the opportunity to attend a Broadway show before graduation. To celebrate this milestone today of welcoming 100,000 students and chaperones to our theatres is most gratifying as it signifies our continued goal of having Broadway be more accessible to our youth,” said Charlotte St. Martin, President of The Broadway League. “We thank our partners at NYC Public Schools and the United Federation of Teachers for helping to make Broadway Bridges possible as we welcome new audiences to Broadway.”
Broadway Bridges offers NYC public schools in all five boroughs with $10 Broadway tickets for their tenth-grade students. As the largest theatre education partnership in the history of New York City, a total of 436 New York City public high schools have been served by the program, with representation from each of the 51 city council districts. To date, more than 2,000 teachers have registered for Broadway Bridges and 100,000 students and chaperones have attended a Broadway show. The tickets purchased are based on availability and are timed to coincide with the demands of the school calendar.
The fall cycle of Broadway Bridges is currently underway with 20 participating Broadway shows. More information is available at BroadwayBridges.org.