There’s no better place to learn and experience musical theater than 92Y. It’s where performers of every age and skill level can learn from acting, singing and dancing’s top professionals – including celebrated Broadway performers and creators. Where the next generation of musical theater lovers are educated, challenged and inspired with programs that emphasize diversity, education, art, and life skills. Where tomorrow’s stage stars take their talent to the next stage through one-of-a-kind Artist residencies and programs such as the Recanati-Kaplan Scholarship for excellence in the arts. And where audiences experience some of musical theater’s most exciting productions, in New York’s most intimate and iconic performance halls. 92Y Musical Theatre offers something for everyone:
From recreational classes for students of all ages exposing them to the world of musical theater to an advanced pre-professional track in dancing, acting and singing for students aspiring to a Broadway career.
Students of all ages participate and perform in professionally produced musicals in front of live audiences at 92Y.
Annie Jr: Musical Theater Workshop / Ages 6-18
Theater for Young Audiences (TYA)
A season of professional productions created exclusively for young audiences introducing families to the joy of musical theater with age-appropriate themes, songs and dances aimed at engaging and inspiring the next generation of musical theater enthusiasts.
Musical Theater Development Lab
92nd Street Y is passionate about forging paths, making opportunities and offering space and support for artists to produce new and innovative work.
The artists of Musical Theater Development Lab create work that challenges and intersects the vocabularies of both musical theatre and concert dance. The Lab brings together artists in a safe space to explore new techniques in both generating performance, and collaborative processes. The Lab has two programs: The collective and the Resident Artist Program.
The Collective supports up to 10 emerging hybrid artists for a one-year residency of educational and creative events. The Resident Artist series provides up to 2 years of both financial and production support towards their Lab Production, an original evening-length Musical Theatre work presented by 92nd Street Y.