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Teachers Night On Broadway Welcomed 500 New York City Public School Educators To A Performance Of How To Dance In Ohio

TEACHERS NIGHT ON BROADWAY returned last night as 500 New York City public school educators attended a performance of How to Dance in Ohio on Broadway at The Belasco Theatre. Presented by The Broadway League in conjunction with the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), TEACHERS NIGHT ON BROADWAY welcomed and honored the newest New York City educators, including teachers, paraprofessionals, social workers, guidance counselors and others, to an evening of live theatre. The event followed the recent announcement of Broadway Bridges® resuming in 2024.

Following the performance, actor Conor Tague, who made his Broadway debut starring as “Tommy” in How to Dance in Ohio, acknowledged from the stage all the educators in the audience. He is a graduate from Repertory Company High School for Theatre Arts in Manhattan. Tague remarked, “All of us at How to Dance in Ohio want to thank you for nurturing the next generation of producers, performers, musicians, directors, writers, stagehands, designers, and Broadway audiences. We know you are always there for your students, providing them with emotional support and a lifeline. We are really glad you are here so we can celebrate you and your important work!”  

Watch a video from last night’s remarks at How to Dance in Ohio. Photos from TEACHERS NIGHT ON BROADWAY are available here.  

Broadway Bridges offers NYC public schools in all five boroughs $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. Since launching in 2017, the program has introduced more than 100,000 New York City public school sophomores and chaperones to Broadway. More information is available at BroadwayBridges.org

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For more information on How to Dance in Ohio, visit HowToDanceinOhioMusical.com.