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Broadway Bound Workshop

is Proud to Present


Based on the real-life Newsboy Strike of 1899, this new Disney musical tells the story of Jack Kelly, a rebellious newsboy who dreams of a life as an artist away from the big city. After publishing giant Joseph Pulitzer raises newspaper prices at the newsboys’ expense, Kelly and his fellow newsies take action. With help from the beautiful female reporter Katherine Plumber, all of New York City soon recognizes the power of “the little man.”

Program and 2023/24 Audition Info Below

The Program

Training Triple Threats

Participants are trained to be triple-threat performers and work diligently at their craft.  Students audition for a part in our original musical, and from there our journey begins... 
We dive into character analysis and development and give them room to explore and find their character's voice.  They are presented with challenging and story driven choreography the likes of which most performers aren't exposed to.


Feed Your Creativity

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Feed Your Soul....

This is our MOST Advanced Musical Theater Program.  Students are trained in critical elements of voice, dance and, of course, acting, in a fun, professional and encouraging environment. This program has existed for 34 years turning out triple-threat performers season after season... some of whom you have probably seen on Broadway or TV. 

This is not Musical Theatre Dance... This is a complete tutorial for what it takes to make it as a performer... as an adult, and as an occupation.  It's a GREAT life and so many of our alumni go on to live it!


These are photos from the show, "In the Beginning."

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From early October to their Performances in Late February, participants train Fridays from 5-7 and Saturdays from 2-4pm.  They work with our team of professionals to put on one AMAZING show.

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The Audition

The audition is comprised of four parts: dance, voice, acting, and performance.

Participants will learn a musical theater combination taken directly from our show.  They are given 4 sets of 8 at which time they are placed in smaller groups.

Participants perform a song they feel comfortable with.  Bring accompaniment or be prepared to sing a capella.
Participants will read from scenes in the show.

Participants will be evaluated on musicality, technical skill and showmanship.

Some Clips and Pics from our last Workshop Presentation
"Welcome to America"

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Opening Number, "6am"

Call us at (973)-777-8357 for More Info

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