Making it on Broadway and in Cabaret Seminar/Mingle – Sunday Aug 2nd 7pm

Posted: June 23, 2015 in Uncategorized

YOU ARE SIMPLY THE(2)Ever wish you could find out how a performer achieved the career you crave?  Looking for inside tips to help you navigate the business of show?

You are invited to the first ever BAC Seminar on “Making it on Broadway & Cabaret” featuring a panel of Broadway Veterans, Cabaret Stars, Producers and more.  On Sunday August 2nd 7PM at the Metropolitan Room, you will have the opportunity to meet our panel, mingle, ask questions and hear how they achieved the career you crave.

You will also learn how the Broadway Artist Connection can offer you opportunities to perform and get connected.  Bring your headshot/resume.  Mingle, ask questions, have fun and get the edge you need to pursue your dreams!  Space is limited.  Tickets are onsale now CLICK HERE.

Meet the panel:
T. Oliver Reed currently stars in his own cabaret show at the Metropolitan Room.  On Broadway he was seen in AFTER MIDNIGHT, SISTER ACT, MARY POPPINS, WEDDING SINGER, LA CAGE, NEVER GONNA DANCE, MILLIE, FOLLIES, KISS ME KATE.

Ali Solomon is currently the Associate Choreographer for the Broadway Shows GIGI and BEAUTIFUL, THE CAROL KING MUSICAL.  She has performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall & Toured in several shows.

Sean McKnight was seen on Broadway in CURTAINS.  He Directed & Choreographed BROADWAY CLASSICS at CARNEGIE HALL and choreographs numerous productions.

Gabriela Garcia  was seen on Broadway in CHICAGO (dance captain).  She has worked directly with such celebrities as George Hamilton, Marilu Henner, Usher, and Melanie Griffith.

Joseph Macchia is an award winning Cabaret producer, Booking Manager at the Metropolitan Room, Founder of Cabaret Cares and Producing Director of the Broadway Artists Connection.  He has produced shows with some of the most preeminent artists of Broadway & Cabaret.
*panel is subject to change

The Broadway Artists Connection brings together Broadway Artists & those Aspiring to create, connect and give back to our communities. www.broadwayconnects.org

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