Our Touring Show

Our forty-five minute productions are specially designed to fit into a class period and connect to the curriculum. Inside Broadway’s productions are created by theater professionals and utilize professional actors who are members of Actors’ Equity Association and live musicians who are members of Local 802.

Previous productions have been: On The Town, Smokey Joe’s Café, Duke Ellington’s Sophisticated Ladies, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, The Pirates of Penzance, Kiss Me, Kate, Bye Bye, Birdie, Land That I Love, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Real Magic, All Kinds Of People, and My Town.

We have also created original musicals using music written by Broadway’s best composers. Productions such as: Oscar Hammerstein’s All Kinds Of People, Irving Berlin’s Land That I Love, Richard Rodger’s Broadway, and George M. Cohen’s My Hometown have toured to New York City’s public schools!

All students who attend Inside Broadway’s productions receive a free Inside Broadway Study Buddy. Our Study Buddy is a fun and interactive study guide that includes games, puzzles and historical facts about the show they are seeing.


All Kinds of People

2020 Production

Oscar Hammerstein II used the theatre to promote human understanding. He continually tackled themes of diversity, racism and cultural bias, changing the very course of musical theatre in the process. ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE is a musical revue developed by Inside Broadway especially for schools that addresses the dangers of prejudice, the importance of tolerance and the empowerment of self-esteem.

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You're A Good Man Charlie Brown

2018 Production

This crowd pleasing musical brings America’s favorite cartoon characters to life and into our city’s school auditoriums.  The lessons Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang learn are as important today as they were when they were first drawn by Charles M. Schultz.  Songs such as My Blanket and Me, The Kite, The Book Report, Suppertime and Happiness leave students dancing in the aisles.

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Sophisticated Ladies

2016 Production

Duke Ellington's Sophisticated Ladies brings a taste of Harlem Jazz to your school auditorium. Children and teachers alike will find their toes tapping and fingers snapping as they listen to this classic American Jazz musical.

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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

2008 Production

In 2008, Inside Broadway was thrilled to revive its acclaimed production of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. This crowd pleasing musical brings America’s favorite cartoon characters to life and into your school’s auditorium. The lessons Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang learn are as important today as they were when they were first drawn by Charles M. Schultz. This 50-minute production was specially created for students in grades K – 5.

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On The Town

2005 Production

The rip-roaring Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden and Adolph Green classic Broadway musical On The Town is a Broadway Valentine to New York City. Written in the 1940’s this show has been specially adapted and updated for New York City’s youth. Songs included in this musical are I Can Cook Too, Lonely Town, and New York, New York. Part of our 2005 Season.

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My Town

2022 Production

Mary is 13-year-old, 8th grader on her class field trip to New York City. When Mary’s classmates leave her behind in Times Square, the famed statue of George M. Cohan comes to life to take her on a magical tour of New York City. Mary and George entertain the tourists of Times Square before heading to the lower east side, Battery Park and 42nd Street. The pair meet interesting people along the way including; tourists, lower east side shop keepers, an Instagram star and her photographer. Mary learns about the history of New York and the life and career of George M. Cohan while finding inspiration to write her own story.

Real Magic

2019 Production

George and Ira Gershwin didn’t just write songs. They told the story of an entire country.
Their ability to swerve back and forth between popular and classic as well as their strong presence in television and cinema made the Gershwin body of work a legitimate representative of the American life.

In “Gershwin’s Real Magic” the timeless standards gain new arrangements with a Latin touch to tell the story of a new America. A more diverse one. The witty and humorous one-act musical developed by Inside Broadway addresses themes like immigration, gentrification and prejudice targeting young audiences across the United States. And its message couldn’t be more timely (or more Gershwin!): only love will save the day, and it’s here to stay.

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Irving Berlin’s Land That I Love

2017 Production

With the American immigrant experience at its center, the musical tells the story of three young immigrants, new to America, who face the struggles of surviving in New York City. The spirit of Irving Berlin, an immigrant as well, acts as their guide as they explore the city and a new way of life. Songs included in this celebration of diversity and American pride are "Alexander's Ragtime Band," "How Deep is the Ocean," "Miss Liberty," "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better" and "God Bless America." Irving Berlin's Land That I Love is a special collaboration between Inside Broadway and the Irving Berlin Family specifically produced for New York City public schools.

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Smokey Joe's Cafe

2009 Production

Inside Broadway’s 2009 production of SMOKEY JOE’S CAFÉ brought the songs of Leiber and Stoller to the 5 boroughs. Mixing everything from Rock and roll to civil rights this show was a bonafide hit with the New York City school children and teachers alike.

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2007 Production

Our 2007 Season was presented through special arrangement with R&H Theatricals, Inside Broadway brought this magical show around New York City. Classic songs from this Rodgers & Hammerstein gem showed kids that from folk tales to fairy tales, dreams really can come true.

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