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Katia & Company's one-of-a-kind Broadway immersion experience. 

August 12-16th, 2024


What's Included

A fully immersive one week theatre training intensive that includes:
- Workshops with resident Broadway directors and choreographers 
- Transport to and from activities within Manhattan
- Admission to multiple Broadway and off-Broadway plays and musicals
- Post show Q&A with cast and creative team
- Personalized feedback and instruction from Broadway directors
- Hotel accommodations in NYC 
- Guided sightseeing in some of the Big Apple's most famous tourist attractions

- Breakfast, lunch and dinner on the trip (you may bring spending money for extra snacks, treats or souvenirs)

Sample Itinerary, (based on previous trips)

Each year, the itinerary is customized based on current Broadway shows and the interests of the kids attending. The timeline will be generally similar with different content and shows:


Arrive in NYC

Tour of Empire State Building

Workshop #1 Broadway dance with cast member from Chicago

Workshop #2: Acting with a scene partner 

See Chicago!


Workshop #3: Broadway choreography: Learn song and dance to Mean Girls with Mean Girls cast member.

WORKSHOP #4: Stage Combat

Dinner and sight seeing

See Mean Girls


Tour of New Amsterdam theater / Disney props and costume pieces

Group photo challenge

See Aladdin Matinee

See Moulin Rouge 


WORKSHOP #5 - Interview and tips from Broadway panel

WORKSHOP #6 - Vocal audition workshop 

WORKSHOP #7 - Acting audition focus and feedback with casting director


Workshop #8 - Costuming on Broadway

Walk in Central Park

Group activity (surprise)


Fly home


Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring?

Packing suggestions will be sent to attendees in May. Weather is generally hot and you will want to dress for workshops as you would for a rehearsal or dance class. Participants are responsible for their own belongings and luggage and must adhere to airport travel guidelines. Meals on the trip are included, but students may want to bring spending money for extras such as souvenirs or  snacks ($20-$25 per person per day recommended)

Can parents attend?

Parents are welcome to make their own travel arrangements to NYC. Parents are welcome to join us at any show or sightseeing excursion, and many choose to extend their trip or travel home with their child. Parents and observers are not permitted to view the workshops or share hotel rooms with students. 

How big is the group and what is the student/chaperone ratio?

The group is between 12-18 students + chaperones, instructors and any parents who choose to come along. Chaperone to camper ratio is about 1:5

What shows will we see?

Shows vary each year depending on availability. Students enrolled prior to March 31st will get to make show and sightseeing suggestions for the trip

Can my child call me on the trip?

Of course! Students are encouraged to call their parents throughout the trip and parents are sent group texts with updates. Be advised that students are not allowed to use phones during workshops or Broadway shows and phones are collected at lights out each night to promote sleep!

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