NYU TISCH SCHOOL OF THE ARTS DEPARTMENT OF DRAMA
The Department of Drama at NYU Tisch School of the Arts integrates a combination of rigorous conservatory training and broad-ranging academic education. In partnership with some of the country’s foremost professional theater training institutions, the program offers comprehensive conservatory training in acting, directing, musical performance, design, and theater production. The program also offers an expansive and innovative academic curriculum. The faculty is composed of nationally and internationally recognized theater artists, scholars, and theorists. The curriculum is further enriched by required courses in the humanities and social sciences. An extensive internship program connects students to the professional theater community of New York City. The program is complemented by challenging and innovative productions that welcome guest artists from a range of culture and artistic perspectives. Graduates of the program include Alec Baldwin ’94, Kristen Bell ’02, Raúl Esparza ’92, Philip Seymour Hoffman ’89, Bryce Dallas Howard ’03, Felicity Huffman ’88, Dan Jinks ’85, Moisés Kaufman ’89, John Leguizamo ’83, Michael Longoria ’02, Idina Menzel ’93, Molly Shannon ’87, and Chandra Wilson ’91.
Founded in 1995, CAMP BROADWAY® is Broadway’s Original Summer Program for theatre-loving kids of all ages, and the industry leader in theatre arts focused youth programming, special events and educational publishing. The company serves the Broadway industry by being an authorized channel for families, schools and social organizations who believe in the essential value of the arts as a means of life-long learning. Proclaimed “The Camp of Dreams” by Live Magazine, Camp Broadway has hosted nearly 20,000 children from all 50 states and dozens of countries at its annual summer programs leading with its flagship programming New York City, as well as cities such as Atlanta, Buffalo, Jacksonville, Providence, Tempe, and elsewhere in America. Camp Broadway has also been featured regularly on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade® telecast and performed with the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall. The company has also worked collaboratively with dozens of Broadway productions, estates and authors to develop and present interactive workshops attended by over 300,000 school children. It is the publisher of StageNotes®: A Field Guide for Teachers, a National Core Standards of Education compliant study guide series that features approved curriculum for Broadway shows. In 2002, Camp Broadway received the Educational Theatre Association’s Standing Ovation Award for Leadership in Education. Visit www.CampBroadway.com for more information.
Playbill is the exclusive magazine for Broadway and Off-Broadway theatregoers, providing the information necessary for the understanding and enjoyment of each show, including features articles and columns by and about theatre personalities, entertainment, travel, fashion, dining and other editorial pieces geared to the lifestyle of the upscale, active theatre attendee. Playbill also proudly serves New York's three most prominent performing arts venues - the Metropolitan Opera House, Lincoln Center (Avery Fisher Hall, Alice Tully Hall, New York State Theater) and Carnegie Hall.
SenovvA produces and provides management services in the theatrical, broadcast and multi-media/live event industries. Their projects range from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to Broadway, and the Oscars. Their client list features DreamWorks, the Nederlander Organization, Really Useful Group, Academy of Motion Picture Sciences, Emmy Awards, Coca-Cola, 20th Century Fox, NBC, Elton John Aids Foundation, and the Shubert Organization to name just a few. In partnership with McCoy Rigby Entertainment, K Lee Harvey General Managed Camelot (Michael York / Lou Diamond Phillips), the most recent National Tour of Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan, and also provided Production Supervision for Jesus Christ Superstar starring Carl Anderson. K Lee Harvey's prior credits include (on Broadway) [title of show], Les Miserables; Cats; Chess; The Apple Doesn’t Fall, and Smile. National and International Tours include Sunset Boulevard; Les Miserables; Cats; West Side Story; The Martha Graham Dance Company and The Odd Couple starring Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.