There really is an easier way to put on a musical with kids. Let us show you how through one of our professional development workshops.

President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, Turnaround Arts, Washington, DC

The President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities’ Turnaround Arts uses the arts to increase student engagement and improve the culture and climate in the country’s highest poverty schools. In 2014, iTheatrics was selected for the huge honor of helping Turnaround Arts present the first-ever White House talent show, hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama and featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Alfre Woodard and Chuck Close..

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Turnaround Arts: Roosevelt School
White House Talent Show

NBC’s SMASH: Make A Musical

Sponsored by NBC’s television show Smash, iTheatrics built sustainable musical theater programs in under-served schools nationwide. Over a two-year period, we created and provided a series of professional development workshops for 30 schools through 24 states and the District of Columbia, providing 90 teachers with new musical theater skills, and over 2,500 students new access to the arts.

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In the Shadows of the World Trade Center: Leadership and Public High School
Jeremy Jordan Helps Us Rebuild a Musical Theater Program
Check Out Our Make A Musical Video Reports

Freddie G Experience, New York, NY

Working on behalf of Freddie and Myrna Gershon, each summer iTheatrics plans and implements a three-day immersive training program for eight teachers from across the country. The program combines iTheatrics professional development workshops with insight from leading Broadway professionals.

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Freddie G Broadway Experience

New York City Department of Education, New York, NY

Since 2006, iTheatrics has offered New York City middle school teachers a series of professional development workshops in conjunction with the Shubert Foundation/MTI Broadway Junior Program. These workshops prepare teachers to produce their first musical and provide additional tools to ensure their musical theater programs are sustainable for many years to come.

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Daniel Radcliffe Hosts Our NYC Celebration
Denzel Washington Hosts Our NYC Celebration

The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC

As a part of the Kennedy Center’s “Changing Education Through the Arts” program, iTheatrics has been invited each year to lead musical theater workshops for teachers, teaching artists and administrators at the nation’s premier performing arts organization.

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Changing Education Through the Arts

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark, NJ

iTheatrics provides a series of professional development workshops for teachers to support NJPAC’s mission to build musical theater programs in elementary schools throughout New Jersey.

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NJPAC Broadway Celebration

Additionally, iTheatrics has offered a number of professional development workshops for both students and teachers at organizations such as:

Boothbay Regional YMCA, ME
Gwinnett County Schools, GA
Junior Thespian Festival, GA
Lamar School District, MS
National Thespians Festival, NE
Riverside Children’s Theater, FL
Southern Utah University, UT
Theater Under the Stars, TX
United Federation of Teachers, NY
University of Kentucky, KY

How to Get Involved
For more information on our professional development workshops for teachers or students, contact Director of Education, Marty Johnson at or 646-467-8092.