StudentsLive and the producers of the aforementioned shows will present the annual event, which features a curriculum-based workshop, buffet dinner and a Broadway performance. The workshop begins at 4 PM, followed by a question-and-answer session with members of the casts and creative teams of various shows. Among those scheduled to take part in the Q&A sessions include Chicago's Roxane Carrasco, Michael Kubala, Brenda Braxton and Bernard Dotson; Avenue Q's John Tartaglia, Jen Barnhart and Jordan Gelber; Wonderful Town's Nancy Anderson, Ken Barnett, Linda Mugleston and Ray McLeod; Addicted's Mark Lundholm; Rent's Philip Dorian McAdoo and Maggie Benjamin; Phantom of the Opera's Thelma Pollard, Pearletta Price, Harriet Clark and Kris Koop; and I Am My Own Wife's Doug Wright. Dinner will follow at 6 PM at Applebee's Neighborhood Bar and Grill, located in Manhattan at 205 West 50th Street. Following the workshop, dinner and symposium, educators will see the 8 PM performance of their choice.
Further information about Educator's Night on Broadway can be obtained by contacting StudentsLive at (212) 220-6000.