News on your favorite shows, specials & more!

Theatre College Guide - Best Musical Theatre Colleges

BroadwayWorld Student Center
Program Guide Show Calendar Find a Scholarship

Need Help Picking a College? Check Our Complete Guide

Featured Student Blogger

Student Blog: Playing Unhappy People: A Reflection on POCATELLO Photo Student Blog: Playing Unhappy People: A Reflection on POCATELLO
by Student Blogger: MJ Kirsche - April 15, 2024

Pocatello was indefinitely the hardest piece I’ve ever worked on, spending a near four months taking a slow Meisner focused process, dropping myself into the lonely world of a small town in Idaho during the 2010s. Our genius director, Andrew Gallant– founder of Green Shirt Studio in Chicago, spent generous amounts of time working a slow paced, piece-by-piece rehearsal process with our cast that centered around not only evoking the emotional life of the characters, but finding the real feeling of the piece in ourselves, which allowed me to find a truth and honesty to performance I have yet to find prior to this show. 

College Show Calendar

Mr g: A Play about the Creation, presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Princeton Atelier in Broadway Logo

Mr g: A Play about the Creation, presented by the Lewis Center for the Arts’ Princeton Atelier

Princeton University
Small Island Big Song in Broadway Logo

Small Island Big Song

George Mason University
The Play That Goes Wrong in Broadway Logo

The Play That Goes Wrong

4/11 - 4/20/2024
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights
Silent Sky in Broadway Logo

Silent Sky

4/11 - 4/20/2024
Pacific University
Forest Grove
The Okee Dokee Brothers in Broadway Logo

The Okee Dokee Brothers

George Mason University

Student Center Articles

Los Angeles's Colburn School Breaks Ground On Frank Gehry-Designed Campus Expansion by A.A. Cristi - April 05, 2024

LA's Colburn School commences construction on its expansion project designed by renowned architect Gehry.

Adelphi University Theatre to Present Modern Adaptation of Proust's IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 05, 2024

Adelphi University Theatre students perform Lost Time, a modern adaptation of Proust's In Search of Lost Time.

Princeton University Concerts Reveals 2024-25 Season Lineup by Stephi Wild - April 05, 2024

Princeton University Concerts (PUC)’s 2024-25 season offers more opportunities than ever before to listen your way to the world’s most celebrated musicians, among friends. Learn more about the season lineup here!

University Of Arizona School Of Theatre, Film & Television Presents MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING by A.A. Cristi - April 04, 2024

Experience the timeless classic, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, presented by the University of Arizona School of Theatre, Film & Television.

Montclair State University Galleries Presents Case Studies 4: Hilliary Gabryel - Side Sleeper by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 04, 2024

Explore the themes of consumer culture, resale markets, and more in Montclair State University Galleries' Spring 2024 exhibition, CASE STUDIES 4: HILLIARY GABRYEL – SIDE SLEEPER.

LaChanze To Address Pace University's 2024 Commencement by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 04, 2024

Tony Award-winning actor LACHANZE is set to address Pace University's Commencement 2024 and will receive an honorary doctorate.

Spotlight: BOEING BOEING at Valencia College by BWW Special Offer - April 04, 2024

“Boeing Boeing” takes a comedic flight at Valencia College.

Vanguard University's Department Of Theatre Arts Presents Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST by A.A. Cristi - April 03, 2024

Experience the magic of Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST presented by Vanguard University's award-winning theatre arts department.

Dr. Jessica R. Pelfrey Releases New Book For Parents Whose Children Are Heading To College by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 03, 2024

Explore Dr. Jessica R. Pelfrey's new book, Time to Grow, a comprehensive guide for parents supporting their children's first year of college.

James Conlon To Be Honored at the Colburn School Gala by Stephi Wild - April 03, 2024

Conductor James Conlon will be honored at the Colburn School’s annual gala, Celebrate Colburn, on April 7, 2024. Conlon will receive the Richard D. Colburn Award for his exemplary contributions to the world of classical music and the arts, including his work as Artistic Director of the Ziering-Conlon Initiative for Recovered Voices at Colburn.

Northern Kentucky University- School Of The Arts Presents THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG by A.A. Cristi - April 02, 2024

Northern Kentucky University's School of the Arts continues its on-tour theatre season with the Olivier Award-winning comedy, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG.

Larry Owens & More to Perform at Larson Legacy Concert Series at Adelphi University by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 02, 2024

Adelphi University reveals Daniel Henri Emond, Veronica Mansour, and Larry Owens as performers for the Larson Legacy Concert Series 2024-25. Learn how to purchase tickets.

Northern Kentucky University's Theatre to Present THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG by Chloe Rabinowitz - April 02, 2024

Experience the hilarious chaos of Northern Kentucky University's Theatre program's production of THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG at the Carnegie Theatre. Learn how to purchase tickets.

Students from Pace University Take Over BroadwayWorld's Instagram Today by Lauren Hilton - April 03, 2024

Tune in to our Instagram Story as Pace University students Jacquie Bonnet & Nicole Stewart take you behind the scenes of a day at The Actor's Studio Drama School!

The Carmel Symphony Orchestra and Anderson University Choirs Will Perform Verdi's Requiem by Stephi Wild - April 02, 2024

The Carmel Symphony Orchestra and Anderson University choirs will perform Verdi's Requiem on April 13  at the Palladium, part of The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, IN.

Could LEGALLY BLONDE THE MUSICAL Be Belmont University Musical Theatre's Best-Ever? by Jeffrey Ellis - April 01, 2024

With its silver anniversary year within sight, Belmont University Musical Theatre concludes its 24th season with what is perhaps its best show yet: Legally Blonde, The Musical. Featuring a remarkable cast of student performers, including most of the Class of 2024, which is arguably the most accomplished and most promising group of students assembled in the program’s quarter-century of musical theatre pedagogy and preparation, this Legally Blonde could easily hold its own against other productions of the tremendously entertaining show, whether on tour or even on Broadway.

Review: THE PROM in the University Theater at University Of Arkansas Fayetteville by Theresa Bertram - April 01, 2024

What did our critic think of THE PROM at University Of Arkansas Fayetteville? For day two of visiting The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville Theatre program, I was able to catch THE PROM by Bob Martin, Chad Beguelin, and Matthew Sklar. Not knowing what it was about or who was in it, I went inside University Theater with an almost packed house of U of A students.

World Premiere of CAPTAIN DARLING Comes to Ursinus College by Stephi Wild - April 01, 2024

What if Peter Pan isn't the hero and Captain Hook isn't the villain? What if the stories handed down to us tell only part of the story? That's the premise behind Captain Darling, a dark, feminist adaptation of J.M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan written by Ursinus College graduate Kate Isabel Foley '23.

The Touchstone Theatre/Moravian University MFA Class of 2024 To Present Original Works In April by A.A. Cristi - March 29, 2024

The Touchstone Theatre/Moravian University MFA class of 2024 debuts three weekends of original performance pieces that explore disability, indoctrination, and theatrical jazz this April. Performances from the students begin on April 4th and 5th by MFA candidate Larry Mason, continue April 11th and 12th by MFA candidate Tyler Garrett, and culminate on April 20th and 21st with MFA candidate Ms. Latrice/Distinctly Unique.

Spotlight: BOEING BOEING at Valencia College by BWW Special Offer - March 29, 2024

“Boeing Boeing” takes a comedic flight at Valencia College.

Evening of Percussive Dance Comes to Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College by Stephi Wild - March 29, 2024

Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College has announced an evening of percussive dance to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the CUNY Dance Initiative.

Limón Dance Company And The City College Center For The Arts Present EXPERIENCE THE LEGACY: Limón Dance Company by A.A. Cristi - March 28, 2024

Join LIMÓN DANCE COMPANY and The City College Center for the Arts for Experience the Legacy, a celebration of José Limón's work at New York's Aaron Davis Hall. Witness poignant performances like Missa Brevis and The Exiles.

ABSOLUTE ZERO Will Receive Developmental Production From Ohio Wesleyan University Next Month by Stephi Wild - March 28, 2024

Join Ohio Wesleyan University's Department of Performing Arts for the first fully staged production of “Absolute Zero,” a developing musical. Performances will run April 11-20.

Regina Carter Joins Faculty at The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music by Stephi Wild - March 28, 2024

Carter, known for her mastery of the violin across multiple musical genres, is a three-time Grammy Award nominee, most recently for best improvised jazz solo on “Pachamama,” on Thana Alexa’s 2020 album Ona.

NJPAC And Rutgers University–Newark Jointly Launch Teaching Artist Certificate Program by A.A. Cristi - March 27, 2024

Discover the new Teaching Artist Certificate Program, a joint initiative by NJPAC and Rutgers University-Newark, aimed at enhancing the skills of aspiring teaching artists.

Get in Touch

Feel your school is deserving of a little (or a lot) more attention? How about a 'BWW School in the Spotlight' promoting your program and productions? All you need to do is upload photos, videos, cast lists or other content to your show listings. For help, reach out to us at

Want to Add Your Show? Visit the form.



Recommended For You