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From Natalie Portman to Andrew Barth Feldman, we take a look at some of the actors who had their debuts on Broadway before they even had a high school diploma.
This guide takes you step-by-step through FAFSA financial aid application, helping you pay for your performing arts education.
With the semester starting soon, review Playbill's list of crucial items for any theatre co-ed.
These shows rarely hit the school auditorium stage, but are ready to take center stage.
Richard Frazier, Cheryl Williams, and Jeff Hall are the group's newest faces.
The work features a score by Pump Boys and Dinettes' Jim Wann and David Shenton, with a book by Emily Loesser and Don Stephenson.
The SIX and Hamilton stars are among the performers on Broadway Records' iTheatrics Junior Theater Festival 20th Anniversary EP, releasing March 15.
The annual event will see more than 100 NYC public school students make their Broadway debut at the Broadhurst Theatre.
The company will welcome high school students to shadow non-performance careers in theatre.
The grant program, aimed at helping bring theatre to schools in communities of color, is inspired by the vision of late producer Craig Zadan.
Now in its second year, the paid internship program will hire 12 interns for the summer program.
The community is fighting back with a petition to get Carroll High School's production of Marian, or The True Tale of Robin Hood back on.
Cardinal High School will go forward with the William Finn-Rachel Sheinkin musical—with some author-approved changes.