The Broadway Collective is Hiring!
A Typical Day at The Broadway Collective...
Seeing a queer teenager step into their truth and find their courage—while classmates cheer them on.
Watching a shy, timid young woman sing a challenging solo—live, in front of her peers—for the first time ever. And then watching her break into the biggest smile as she realizes, “I am braver than I thought.”
Getting an email from a high schooler who says, “Because of your program, I got into my top choice college to study musical theatre—and got a scholarship, too. My parents and I are sitting here crying. Thank you. You have changed my life.”
Watching kids transform from overwhelmed and insecure….to powerful, radiant, and confident humans ready to take on the world and all the challenges ahead.
That’s an ordinary day around here.
Sound like your dream opportunity? Want to be part of the movement?
Our mission is to shape every student into the best human being they can possibly be, both onstage and offstage.
We show every student: you deserve your future.
Whether you dream about being on Broadway, touring internationally, or writing your own original show…with self care, a strong work ethic, the right support network, and an ALL IN attitude, we show our students how to turn their dream into a fully realized future.
What Makes Us Different
At The Broadway Collective, our Faculty is comprised of outstanding, award-winning performing artists and industry creatives who are currently performing in a Broadway show—or who have been cast in a show within the last three years.
This means that our students learn “what it takes to ‘make it’ as a musical theatre artist” from people who are currently working in the field.
Another factor that makes us stand out—we provide an online education experience that is above-and-beyond anything in the marketplace.
With an emphasis on family partnership at the forefront of our curriculum we instill the values of structure, process, and routine with physical coursebooks for all of our programs for both students and parents.
From vocal masterclasses to live-stream performances to mock audition workshops, we do online education like no one else.
We bring Hollywood-level videography and production to our programs, giving students an incredible experience that is inspiring, motivating, and thrilling.
We tell our students, “Even though you’re training virtually from home, we want you to feel transported to NYC.”
Hello Broadway Live
We see students from all skill levels in this program. We teach them to learn that process over product is what we stand for here. Students get personalized feedback and mentorship on their artistic skills, make new friends, and get coached on life skills like goal setting, time management, and creating a winning mindset.
This is an experience that shapes students into stronger artists and more focused, committed students and human beings. Students continue in Hello Broadway and/or Gathered after this 4 week program.
ABOUT OUR STUDENTS
We work with students from ages 12 to 25. Most of our students are planning to pursue a career in the performing arts. These are serious young artists who are determined to make a name for themselves in the theatre industry. These kids have big dreams–being on Broadway, creating great art, dazzling audiences, and making a difference. They also have all the worries and anxieties that come along with being a young artist: “Am I good enough to make it?” “What if this plan doesn’t work?” “What if I disappoint everyone, especially myself?”
Every day, we watch our students grow, transform, gain confidence, and achieve all kinds of wins. The big, flashy, exciting wins–like getting into a top theatre college program or booking a Broadway role. And, just as importantly, the quieter wins–supporting students as they come into their own, find their voice, learn to advocate for themselves, build emotional resilience, and more.
About Our Parents
Behind every successful artist is a parent saying, “I see you, I believe in you, and I’m here for you.”
Our parents tend to be very supportive of their kids’ futures–and also, they’ve got questions. “Can my kid really make a living as a performing artist?” “Is my kid talented enough to really make it?” “How can I help them succeed?” “Am I pushing them too hard–or not hard enough?” “I love football and I don’t know anything about Broadway: help!”
We support parents and help them grapple with all the highs and lows that come along with raising a young artist. All of our programs include Parents-Only info sessions–a beautiful opportunity for parents to ask questions, get answers, and meet fellow parents who can relate and support each other.
Salary + Benefits
A few great reasons to work at The Broadway Collective...
Should you apply?
We believe black lives matter.
The Broadway Collective is a multi-million dollar educational company founded by a gay Black man.
It goes without saying, we believe that Black Lives Matter.
We are committed to creating an anti-racist, trans-positive, and inclusive environment in our workplace, in our classrooms, and on Broadway stages.
We celebrate diversity and provide equality and opportunity to our team, students, and their parents—regardless of their ability, background, race, or orientation.
Meet the Team
Founder + Artistic Director
In 2016, Robert opened The Broadway Collective with his life savings. He has performed in 5 Broadway musicals including Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Musical Theatre Department. As a director/choreographer, his work has been seen at Lincoln Center, Music Theatre Wichita, and The University of Michigan. He served as the Assistant Director on the First National Tour of Once On This Island and currently is the Associate Artist at North Carolina Theatre. Proud member of Actors Equity Association, SAG/AFTRA, and Broadway Inspirational Voices. He is featured in Jay-Z and Pharrell’s latest music video Entrepreneur. He is obsessed with NPR, Nespresso, and his morning routine.
Director of Operations
Dallin is originally from Salt Lake City, Utah and attended Brigham Young University where he received his BFA in Acting, with a minor in Creative Writing. He has performed as a resident member of The Grassroots Shakespeare Company – touring the western United States, and with The Drilling Company in New York City. He began working as an Event Producer after moving to NYC, where he discovered his passion for managing teams and curating elevated experiences. Dallin and his husband Tyler currently live in State College, PA where they enjoy French-pressed coffee, their yoga room, and Asana (okay maybe only Dallin on that one).
Faith has a BFA in Musical Theatre and a Master’s in Higher Education so she feels at home here in the Education Department at TBC! The theme song for her life is “Baby, I’m a Star” by Prince because, well . . . read the title.
Andrew spends his days working for TBC, pretending to be a Cheetah Girl, dreaming about his future cabin deep in the mountains of New Zealand, + geeking out over Airtable. What’s your favorite kind of hummus? Let’s talk about it.
Abeba (uh-bay-buh) was told by her fourth grade teachers that she was meant to be on a stage. Her response at the time? “Eh. I don’t see it.” She eventually agreed, but in the meantime she is here to answer your Education questions, one cup of tea at a time.
Chadaé is a Beyoncé super fan and Mom. She’s a Broadway performer, and backup singer on the latest BTS album. She also graduated from Ball State U for Dance and Musical Theatre. You can find her on the beach when she’s not hitting a two-step or teaching.
Becca is the designer + developer for all things digital and print, and has been collaborating with Robert since 2016! She is also a working actor (with her MFA from NYU Grad Acting), TBC instructor, and cat lady–you *can* have it all, folx!
Self-proclaimed super-mom of 3 and Mass native is ALWAYS in a NY State of Mind. Former hardcore athlete, Shayna’s had a lifelong obsession with Linda Ronstadt & Bette Midler! Shiplap and TBC student enrollment are her jam!
“Conformity is the jailer of freedom and the enemy of Growth” JFK. I have always been a firm believer that you should march to your own cadence and here at The Broadway Collective we are the supportive space for the mold breakers.
Outside of having a Golden Globe nomination, being a Broadway performer and teaching Kerry Washington how to dance (cue mic drop), Jack is either raiding the Container Store, recording his podcast or in a gym all while dreaming of every day being fall.
Dylan has a Bachelors in Music Education, a Masters in Arts & Entertainment Administration and a Masters in School Administration & Supervision. He loves all things music, theater, and home gadgets. TBC team member since 2016.
A creative Research Scientist with a serious one handed cartwheel at the end of an amazing floor routine. Also the one to lift you higher in the journey of life. Sweet southern lady but let your invoice be late – you will meet her Brooklyn roots sis.
Also known as BG or “The Fixer”, Brittney has an eye for seeing what most people miss. With a BFA in Dance from the University at Buffalo this creative gives Debbie Allen Fame vibes. When she’s not wearing her educator hat, her nail salon and restaurant recs never miss.
Jeff is the son + brother of 4 four football coaches. He discovered ballet shoes were more important than football cleats. Now he gets to be a part of a company that helps young people feel comfortable in the shoes they were meant to wear.
Elizabeth Ragavanis, ESQ.
Elizabeth keeps all of the boring legal stuff together so that the rest of the team can focus on the fun and creative things. When she isn’t crafting legalese, she is making homemade jam, learning to speak Greek, and travelling whenever and wherever she can.
Systems + Automation Coordinator
Joanna was always top of her class with aspirations to become a news anchor. In college, she tried a computer-related course. The course gave her skills that make her incredibly savvy and versatile in the technical world.
Join the team
The Broadway Collective is seeking a highly experienced Marketing Manager to support strategy, development, and enrollment of our educational programs.
Social Content Manager
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Social Content Manager to support our online platforms (Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube) through community outreach and content production.
The Broadway Collective is seeking a copywriter to produce written content that matches the brand voice and engages clients.
Social Content Producer
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Social Content Producer to support our online platforms (Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, YouTube) through community outreach and content production.
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Marketing Coordinator to support the development and enrollment of our educational programs.
The Broadway Collective is seeking an experienced Hiring Coordinator to oversee the entire hiring process from recruitment to onboarding.
Special Events Manager
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Special Events Manager to direct all special events from launch to delivery.
Systems + automations manager
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Systems + Automation Manager to manage the technical needs of the organization.
The Broadway Collective is seeking an Operations Coordinator to support the operational needs of the organization.
Systems + automations coordinator
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Systems + Automation Coordinator to support the technical systems for the organization.
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Program Assistant to support the education department in providing our students with an exceptional experience in all programs.
Hello Broadway Coach
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Hello Broadway Coach to support the education department in providing our students with an exceptional experience in all programs.
The Broadway Collective is seeking a Program Coordinator to support the growth of our educational programs.
I applied...Now What?
What to expect
Once you fill out your application, you will get an automatic email to confirm that we received your info. Thank you!
Please hang tight. We will review your information as a team. You will hear from us within 2 weeks. We will let you know either A, B, or C:
A. “We’d love to schedule an interview with you.”
B. “We’d like to collect a bit more info from you and/or we have a quick question for you.”
C. “We’re grateful you applied. Thank you so much, but we don’t feel this opportunity is a match.”
We will also send you an email to notify you once the position has been filled, so that you don’t have to wonder, “What’s going on?”
We respect your time and we keep you updated throughout the process. We know it can be aggravating to wait and hear nothing from a potential employer, so we don’t do that to you!
Excited to hear from you!