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Part of what makes our Broadway Boutique unique is the wide variety of venues


selected to accommodate our mixture of discussions, interactive clinics, and performances

which facilitates more exploration of the Big Apple and navigation of its many transportation methods!

Below, you'll find helpful details about the venues you'll be visiting!

Bryant Park


Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in Midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

Take the B, D, F, or M train to 42nd Street/Bryant Park.


Take the 7 train to 5th Avenue.

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Ellen's Stardust Diner


1650 Broadway.

Corner of 51st & Broadway.

Times Square, Midtown Manhattan, New York City - the home to Broadway theaters and the biggest New Years Eve party in the world, is also home to the future stars of stage and screen at Ellen's Stardust Diner - THE home of the world famous singing waitstaff and some of the best diner food in the country. Serving Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner for tour groups and locals alike since 1987!

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Graham Studio Office


330 W. 89th St. Upper West Side

89th St. btwn West End & Riverside

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Lyceum Theater


149 W 45th St


The Lyceum is Broadway's oldest continually operating legitimate theatre. Built by producer-manager David Frohman in 1903, it was purchased in 1940 by a conglomerate of producers which included George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart. In 1950, the Shuberts took ownership of the theater, and have operated it ever since.

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"Be More Chill" opens at the Lyceum on March 10th. Tuition includes ticket to the June 16 matinee performance.

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Opera America - National Opera Center


330 Seventh Avenue

btwn 28th and 29th Streets,


The National Opera Center transforms the work experience for thousands of organizations and individual artists. In response to the industry’s critical need for rehearsal and performance space, OPERA America opened the National Opera Center in September 2012. The Opera Center serves many functions that support the artistic and economic vitality of the field by providing its constituents with a range and level of services never before possible. Each month, as many as 5,000 people now visit the Opera Center for public programs, auditions, recitals, rehearsals, recording sessions and meetings.

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Marc Scorca Hall

Boutique Broadway

Showcase location

on June 19th.

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Rehearsal Studio


on June 19th.

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Pace University


Schaeberle Studio Theater

41 Park Row, 10th


As an undergraduate training program, our applicant pool is diverse in experience, education, and exposure. We look for applicants who demonstrate talent and potential as well as a readiness to study their craft in New York City.

Shetler Studios


244 West 54th St

btwn Broadway & 8th Avenue


Theatrical rental studios for AUDITION, REHEARSAL & PERFORMANCE.

Open 7 days a week in the heart of New York's Theatre District.

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Solari Building - Rooftop Lounge


42 West 33rd St.

btwn 5th & 6th Avenues


Luxury Apartments in the heart of the city, next door to the Empire State Building.

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Rooftop Lounge where we will meet with clinician James Zannelli who resides at Solari.

Penn Station


34th Street

btwn 7th & 8th Avenues


Pennsylvania Station, also known as New York Penn Station or Penn Station, is the main intercity railroad station in New York City and the busiest in the Western Hemisphere, serving more than 630,000 passengers per weekday!  Your AMTRAK hub!

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