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Broadway Teachers Workshop (established in 2001) is a professional development program for theater teachers and academic and community theater directors from all over the world. It is a three day long conference comprised of multiple workshops, master classes with Broadway artists, and tickets to Broadway shows. The program, run by co-artistic directors Gordon Greenberg and Pam Pariseau, is designed to instruct and inspire teachers and directors of high school, University, middle school and Community theatre and arts with new teaching methods, enhanced production skills, and an exchange of ideas with peers and professional Broadway artists.

Participants from the Broadway Community[edit]

Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, Ken Billington, Rob Bissinger, Susan Blackwell, Tom Kitt, Brian MacDevitt, Kathleen Marshall, Alice Ripley, Jeanine Tesori, Jason Robert Brown, Christopher Gattelli, Kate Grant, Kimberly Grigsby, Tina Howe, Michael Passaro, Stephen Schwartz, Tony Walton, Eric Woodall, Hunter Bell, Jeff Marks, Bobby Lopez, Stephen Oremus, Brad Oscar, Joe Stein, Michael Mayer, Kevin Moriarty, Kate Whoriskey,