Since 2013, Rema Webb (Escape to Margaritaville, The Color Purple, Violet, The Book of Mormon, Lion King, and Ragtime) and her staff have introduced hundreds of young people to Performing Arts training at On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program. On Broadway is a multi-faceted program that offers master classes with some of Broadway’s biggest names, personalized instruction, mentoring, and training in dance, acting, music and stage production.

On Broadway removes the velvet rope and treats all students and families like VIP’s. By providing access to kids who normally wouldn't have that access, students are engaged in Master Classes conducted by industry professionals. Because of the audition tools instilled in On Broadway's students, 25% of those students are now working on Broadway, Film and TV. On Broadway continues to mentor students even after they age out of the program. The program offers a strengths-based conservatory style approach to learning and believes all children should be offered the same opportunities in the performing arts. On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program has been a 501©3 organization since 2016.

On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program was founded by the award-winning performer and twenty-year Broadway veteran, Rema Webb. One of the goals of the program is to teach and train individuals from all over the United States who are seeking to one day become professional performing artists. Another goal of the program is to help individuals learn social skills and develop strong and sustainable relationships within our communities.

This year, On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program is producing two shows "Spamalot" and “Oliver”. They are seeking support to expand the Summer Program to include youth from underserved communities by providing scholarships to thirty families. The Summer Program, which is housed at Riverside Church in Harlem, runs for five weeks beginning on July 9th and ending with two performances for the public to enjoy on August 1st and 8th. Weekly Fees for Camp participation is $625.00 per week or $3,125 for all five weeks.

We are seeking sponsors and underwriters to financially support our goal of offering scholarships to young people who are from underserved communities and whose families may have limited financial resources, and you can help us!

 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.

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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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On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit arts organization. 
Donations and support are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.