Thank you for encouraging us, challenging us, and letting our individual lights shine without any fear.

– Emma | Student

SUMMER INTENSIVE SCHOLARSHIP

The Ahrens & Flaherty Arts Advancement Scholarship Fund, dedicated to the legacy of Tony Award®-winning lyricist and composer Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, helps provide access to performing arts education for all.

Nearly 50% of all Broadway Dreams students receive full or partial needs-based financial scholarships, reflecting a commitment to healthy, empowering artistic expression, regardless of socioeconomic status.

Please keep in mind that the deadline for full scholarship consideration is March 31, 2017. Applications submitted after this date will be considered, but awards may be limited.

Materials required to complete the scholarship application include:

  • Electronic headshot and resume.
  • Audition video featuring: 16 to 32 bars of one (1) song; or a monologue less than one (1) minute in length; or a dance piece less than one (1) minute in length.
  • Teacher recommendation.
  • Personal student essay explaining interest in Broadway Dreams.
  • Parent essay explaining current financial situation.
  • Family’s most recent tax return.

Upon beginning the scholarship application, you will be asked to complete the following:

  • Select the intensive of interest.
  • Input contact information and date of birth.
  • Upload the above listed materials.

Please note that Broadway Dreams cannot offer any scholarship funding without the submission of all required materials.  No exceptions will be made.  The scholarship committee reviews all complete applications and informs each applicant of the outcome within approximately 21 days. 

This is no camp. It is a generation of teachers and students teaching each other to never stop dreaming.

– John | Student

MILLIKIN UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP

For those students pursuing higher education, please consider the Broadway Dreams partnership with Millikin University. Established in 2016, the four-year, full tuition scholarship offers a talented Broadway Dreams alumnus, who may not otherwise have the resources to continue training at the university level, a path to becoming a working professional in the highly competitive national theatre community.

Learn More!

2017 Musical Theatre Summer Intensives


Lodging

Broadway Dreams is offering group lodging rates in select cities. Please note that sharing a room with another student will help minimize costs. Interns who require lodging will need to contact their intern coordinator. Please email Yuvin Lee for more information and to book a room.

Toronto

Sheridan College Dormitories |CAD 75/night | Extremely limited availability | Students only; no families

FAQ’s

First time students must submit an audition. Auditions may be uploaded online as part of the registration form or by attending a live audition in select cities. Please have a headshot and resume and prepare 16 to 32 bars of one (1) song; or a monologue less than one (1) minute in length; or a dance piece less than one (1) minute in length.
Bring your energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to teamwork!
Tuition varies based upon location.
Tuition covers the student rate to attend the Summer Intensive and includes a materials fee ($50). Students also receive a complimentary one (1) look headshot session with a professional photographer (fair market value: $95).
Yes, $100 is deducted from every two (2) siblings registered.
Refunds are not guaranteed and are at the discretion of Broadway Dreams. Requests for refunds must be submitted at least 30 days in advance of the program start date. If a refund is warranted, Broadway Dreams will issue a check for 50% of the paid value or a voucher for 100% of the tuition to be used toward a future intensive, based upon availability.

Yes, needs-based financial scholarships are available and range from partial to full tuition coverage. Please note that even if the student is selected for full tuition coverage via scholarship, all are required to pay a $50 materials fee. Nearly 50% of Broadway Dreams students receive some level of scholarship. Information on how to apply can be found here.
Days and hours vary based upon location, but typically summer intensives follow this model:
• Days 1 — 4 (Classes and Rehearsals): 9:30AM to 6:00PM
• Day 5 (Technical Rehearsals): 10:00AM to 8:00PM
• Day 6 (Performance Day): 10:00AM to Curtain Call (approximately 9:30PM)
• Day 7 (Debrief): Morning
Broadway Dreams has no official age limit but caters predominantly to youth and young adults.
Yes. Please note that Broadway Dreams does not provide accommodations for students as part of tuition. Students who are under 18 should be accompanied by an adult when traveling.
Yes. Each Summer Intensive is a unique experience.
Yes. Over the past decade, dreamers have gone from the classroom to the professional stage, making their critically acclaimed debuts in major productions, including: After Midnight; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; The Book of Mormon; The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess; Hamilton; If/Then; and Spring Awakening.

2017 Musical Theatre Summer Intensives


Lodging

Broadway Dreams is offering group lodging rates in select cities. Please note that sharing a room with another student will help minimize costs. Interns who require lodging will need to contact their intern coordinator. Please email Yuvin Lee for more information and to book a room.

Toronto

Sheridan College Dormitories |CAD 75/night | Extremely limited availability | Students only; no families

FAQ’s

First time students must submit an audition. Auditions may be uploaded online as part of the registration form or by attending a live audition in select cities. Please have a headshot and resume and prepare 16 to 32 bars of one (1) song; or a monologue less than one (1) minute in length; or a dance piece less than one (1) minute in length.
Bring your energy, enthusiasm, and commitment to teamwork!
Tuition varies based upon location.
Tuition covers the student rate to attend the Summer Intensive and includes a materials fee ($50). Students also receive a complimentary one (1) look headshot session with a professional photographer (fair market value: $95).
Yes, $100 is deducted from every two (2) siblings registered.
Refunds are not guaranteed and are at the discretion of Broadway Dreams. Requests for refunds must be submitted at least 30 days in advance of the program start date. If a refund is warranted, Broadway Dreams will issue a check for 50% of the paid value or a voucher for 100% of the tuition to be used toward a future intensive, based upon availability.

Yes, needs-based financial scholarships are available and range from partial to full tuition coverage. Please note that even if the student is selected for full tuition coverage via scholarship, all are required to pay a $50 materials fee. Nearly 50% of Broadway Dreams students receive some level of scholarship. Information on how to apply can be found here.
Days and hours vary based upon location, but typically summer intensives follow this model:
• Days 1 — 4 (Classes and Rehearsals): 9:30AM to 6:00PM
• Day 5 (Technical Rehearsals): 10:00AM to 8:00PM
• Day 6 (Performance Day): 10:00AM to Curtain Call (approximately 9:30PM)
• Day 7 (Debrief): Morning
Broadway Dreams has no official age limit but caters predominantly to youth and young adults.
Yes. Please note that Broadway Dreams does not provide accommodations for students as part of tuition. Students who are under 18 should be accompanied by an adult when traveling.
Yes. Each Summer Intensive is a unique experience.
Yes. Over the past decade, dreamers have gone from the classroom to the professional stage, making their critically acclaimed debuts in major productions, including: After Midnight; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical; The Book of Mormon; The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess; Hamilton; If/Then; and Spring Awakening.