2021 SUMMER PROGRAMS
On Broadway Performing Arts Training Program is now in its 9th season!
Last year, we decided to bring you the Summer Program you know and love from the comfort and safety of your home...
Well, this summer we are letting YOU choose!
On Broadway PATP will always be a proud supporter of arts education in NYC.
We believe ALL children should be provided with the opportunity to explore
the art of theater.
That's why we are bringing you two sessions of our Summer Program this year:
Online & In Person!!!
No matter your situation, we want you and your children to feel safe at On Broadway.
Session I - ONLINE
By providing an online option, we will continue to be able to offer our classes to students across the country and to those who don't feel comfortable attending an in person program, just yet. We will be taking advantage of all that Zoom has to offer to maintain the quality of education that our students are used to!
Session II - IN PERSON
We are thrilled to be heading back to Riverside Church for in person classes!
(91 Claremont Ave b/t 120th & 121st streets)
We are following the guidance of state and local health officials, and are dedicated to creating a safe and healthy environment for all of our students. Our COVID-19 safety protocols are being finalized as we coordinate with the church and will be available ASAP.
Our strengths-based classes are fun, nurturing, educational, and taught by leading
theater professionals in NYC.
We believe in conservatory style training as a realistic approach to life that builds
true character in our young artists. We accept students of all experience levels,
and believe that if you try your best, the rest will come naturally!
This summer, we will be continuing "Creative Conversations" in our curriculum.
We feel it is important to have open conversations with our students about the world we are living in right now. It is our goal to tackle both social and mental health issues and enable our students to express themselves through theatrical outlets. Students will be encouraged to create monologues, songs and movement pieces based on these conversations.
Below is the mini-documentary we created with our students last summer: