Social Roundup: Sharing Your Theatre Memories on World Theatre Day!

We asked readers to send us their videos and photos with their greatest theatre memories for World Theatre Day!

By: Mar. 28, 2023
Social Roundup: Sharing Your Theatre Memories on World Theatre Day!
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Yesterday was World Theatre Day! In honor of the occasion, we asked BroadwayWorld readers to send us their videos and photos with their greatest theatre memories. Check out some of their responses below.


When I was 14 or 15 years old I played the Witch in Into The Woods at GSA. Up until that day, I didn't take theatre seriously. It was honestly just fun and games. I remember when the cast list came out my teachers pulled me into the office and said "Nasia, we are going to give you this role, but you have to take it seriously. You have SO much potential, but you NEED to buckle down" That conversation changed my life, that show changed my LIFE. I am forever in debt to my teachers at GSA.

I feel so blessed, as an actor, to be able to tell stories, create character's, and help people escape the outside world for a few hours. The theatre is my home. It's my safe place.

In honor of world theater day, I'm posting one of my fav broadway memories: the closing performance of Dear Evan Hansen at the Music Box. It was a bittersweet day.

My favourite theatre memory happened last summer when I travelled from Europe all the way to New York to see Hugh Jackman in @musicmanbway ❤️

Happy happy world Theatre day!!! I am throwing it back to when my sister and I sang Book of Mormon ... theatre is forever my first love!


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Taking Mom to see "A Chorus Line" for her 50th birthday in 1978. We had dinner at Sardi's first.

- Liz B.


Social Roundup: Sharing Your Theatre Memories on World Theatre Day!

Happy world theatre day! The photo is from our last youth musical. This premiere was a queer version of Snow White set in 1930s NYC.

- Pegasus Playhouse.





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