About On Broadway PATP

Mission Statement:

To engage, empower, excite, and educate young students in the performing arts. Theater educators must guide students with experience, skill, energy, patience, insight, and a sense of humor. Mentoring through education is vital to the mission statement of On Broadway: Performing Arts Training Program. Our goal is to not only teach students the principles of the performing arts in a conservatory type setting, but also help them discover truth and meaning along the way. No matter which direction they may take in life. All classes are led by theater or design professionals with years of experience in the performing arts industry.

Rema Webb 


Rema Webb recently appeared in Broadway's The Color Purple as Church Lady Darlene and as the Shug Avery understudy. She also starred as the homeless woman in A New Brain at Encores! Off-Center. Rema was featured as Lula Buffington in the Broadway revival of Violet and performed on the 2014 Tony Awards. Other Broadway credits include The Lion King (Rafiki/Shenzi/Nala), The Book of Mormon (Mrs. Brown) and Ragtime (Sarah u/s). Favorite regional include: Model/Lady In Plaid/LaLa in The Colored Museum at the Huntington Theatre Company (Elliot Norton Award for Best Ensemble); You’re Standing In My Way: A New Song Cycle by William Finn and Deborah Abramson at Barrington Stage Company; and Being Alive (Westport Country Playhouse and Philadelphia Theatre Company). Rema made her solo concert debt with her one-woman show, Children Will Listen, at 54 Below and recently had an encore performance of the show at 42 West. Finally, she is the founder/executive director of the On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program.  www.remawebb.com

“Because of my personal commitment to the Performing Arts… Because of my commitment to Mentoring young people… Because of my commitment to Education… I must share my experiences and help usher in newer generations of young students to be the best at whatever they decide to do in life.”

-Rema Webb

Daniel Siford 


Danny Siford has been involved in theatre for almost 30 years and child welfare for almost 20 years. He studied at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera (CLO), and attended the Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA). He went on to attend and graduate from The Boston Conservatory. Danny toured the country in “The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe”, as Peter, where heperformed on the Grand Ole’ Opry stage. Danny was an original cast member of “Captains Courageous” at Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC) directed by Lynne Meadow. Regional theatre credits include over 20 shows at the Pittsburgh CLO, Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Forever Plaid), Hippodrome State Theatre (“Batboy”, “Forever Plaid”), and Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) in “Hot Mikado”, etc. Danny was featured in an award winning musical at the NYC Fringe Festival (“VLB!”) and was an original cast member of the television pilot of “Greg and Donny”, which was produced by the television channel IFC. Recently, Danny has been seen singing with the founder/executive director of On Broadway PATP, Rema Webb, in her one-woman show called “Children Will Listen” in NYC and Pittsburgh.

Danny has extensive experience in child welfare and holds a master’s degree in psychology. In addition to being the managing director and co-founder of On Broadway PATP, Danny is a training consultant for child welfare and social service programs in NYC. His second passion is creating permanency for children and families in the NYC area. He currently works for NYC’s Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) and the City University of New York (CUNY) as a trainer for the ACS Workforce Institute. He also consults with an organization called “Fostering Change for Children”, where his current focus is delivering trainings on changing the perception and language of the open adoption process.

Our Board Of Directors

Matthew DiCarlo (Co-Chair)

Nivia Viera (Co-Chair)

Stanton L. Brown (Treasurer)

Marcia Pendelton (Secretary)

Leslie Ann Bennett

Amy L. Reid

David B. Schwartz

Donations And Support

Individual Donors

On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program is a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program must be made payable to On Broadway PATP and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

Foundations, Corporations, Government Agencies or Other Institutional Grantors

On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program provides oversight to ensure that grant funds are used in accordance with grant agreements and provide reports as required by the grantor.

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424 W 110th St., #11K
New York, New York
Phone Number: 347-927-2877
Phone Number: 215 681 4500

The Classes are held at The Riverside Church

91 Claremont Ave.,
New York, NY 10027
Phone 347-927-2877
Email. daniel@onbroadway-patp.com
Email. alex@onbroadway-patp.com

Our Location

The Classes are held at The Riverside Church

91 Claremont Ave.,

New York, NY 10027

Phone. 347-927-2877

Email. daniel@onbroadway-patp.com

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