The Broadway League supports a wide range of programs for high school and college students, and young professionals looking to pursue careers in the Broadway industry. These hands-on programs help foster the next generation of young theatre professionals by connecting them with working professionals in the Broadway industry. These programs are offered to League member venues only and include:
- The High School Broadway Management Diversity Initiative connects high school seniors with non-performance professionals working on Broadway. Over the course of 5 days, students learn the components of mounting and maintaining a Broadway production.
- The League/ATPAM (Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers) program matches college students selected from university theatre programs with Touring Broadway and Broadway company managers for a week-long intensive.
- The Broadway League’s Fellowship program matches young professionals that have theatre management backgrounds with Broadway producers, general managers, and marketing specialists in order to help them explore possible careers in the Broadway Industry.
If you work for a member venue or are a student interested in participating and would like more information on our Diversity & Inclusion programs, please contact our Director of Membership Services, Ed Sandler.