Professional Development

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.

Our roster of professional development teaching artists have decades of experience, have adapted over 60 musicals for kids to perform and have written musical theater how-to guides for Music Theatre International, Disney Theatrical Productions, Tams-Witmark Music Library, Inc., Rodgers & Hammerstein, Hal Leonard Publishing and MacMillan/McGraw-Hill.


We teach our workshops just like we teach our own students, with an emphasis on experiential learning, active skill building, and an overall focus on fun. From the stage of the East Room in the White House to the cafetorium of a rural school in Wyoming, iTheatrics teaching artists have traveled all across the U.S. to empower students and community members everywhere to present student-driven musical theater.



iTheatrics Summer Junior Teaching Intensive

Each summer, we offer a special workshop for educators held at our headquarters in New York City. Designed for both the seasoned pro as well as the brand new teacher, our Junior Teaching Intensive is structured to teach new skills, demonstrate best practices, provide time-saving rehearsal techniques, and empower participants to walk away energized, confident and ready to tackle their next musical theater extravaganza.

The Intensive is taught by iTheatrics professional development teaching artists and includes workshops with the creators and writers of Music Theatre International’s Broadway Junior Collection, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Getting to Know Collection and Tams-Witmark’s Young Performers’ Editions. The Intensive also includes a seat at an invitation-only reading of a new musical adaptation in development, plus three comprehensive Junior Teaching Intensive workbooks. And most importantly, our Intensive gives you the opportunity to connect with other people like you who are changing the world one musical at a time.


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.