Broadway for Kids – Education

Education, On Stage and Off Almost all the parents we talked to admit that keeping up with education is the biggest struggle and that it is almost impossible to do a show and get a truly good education. They are just surviving.  We encourage you to consider all your options ahead of time, in the…

Broadway for Kids – Finances

Pay and Credit Negotiations The big myth: You aren’t getting rich or famous doing Broadway. The reality is, you do not usually break even when doing a Broadway show if you are from out of town. Even if you live there, money is tight. Every contract and every situation is different! It is strongly suggested…

Broadway for Kids – Understudy & Shared Roles

Special Considerations – Understudies and Role Splitting Being cast as an understudy or splitting a role has unique issues. Typically Broadway shows are performed 8 times a week. Producers make the decision about how to handle the work load for the child actors. Before accepting an understudy or split/shared roled, parents would be wise to…

Broadway for Kids – Tours

Special Considerations – Touring Companies Touring companies take Broadway on the road. They range from high budget shows that stay in large cities for weeks at a time, to those that travel around the world, to “bus and truck tours” where the entire company packs the show into buses and trucks, traveling from city to…