Broadway Bound LIVE is a televised musical theatre competition show that follows a group of young Broadway Hopefuls through a semester of training and 8 rounds of elimination to produce a musical theatre champion--and recipient of a Director's Scholarship to AMDA College of the Performing Arts in New York City.
The Official Season of Broadway Bound LIVE has begun!
The Season consists of both live events and televised episodes.
Audience members at the live events get to vote for the winner of each round.
There are also several events, masterclasses, and workshops open to the public.
Live events take place at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Tickets are available for purchase for both in-person and virtual event.s. Televised episodes provide a highlight of each of the competitive rounds as well as the rehearsal process leading up to each challenge. The schedule below reflects all events that are open to the public.
Note that as this is a reality TV show, event descriptions will remain vague until details have been revealed to the cast.
Season 2 Official Schedule*
(See below for regular / reoccurring events open to the public)
Click on any event for more details / to register
January 20 @ 3-5pm: Audition Masterclass with Elizabeth Gabel
January 20 @ 5:30-7:30pm: Dance Workshop with Deidre Michelle
February 11 @ 7:30pm: Competitive Round One: Model Mayhem
NOTE: Round TWO is a virtual model submission and is not open to the public
March 05 @ 9:00am-3:00pm: TOP SECRET MASTERCLASS (Topic to be revealed)
March 18 @ 7:00pm: Competitive Round Five (Challenge to be revealed)
March 25 @ 7:00pm: Competitive Round Six (Challenge to be revealed)
March 31 @ 7:00pm: Competitive Round Seven (Challenge to be revealed)
April 02 @ 3:00pm: Locker 505 Fashion Show Featuring BBL Models
AMDA has provided the Grand Prizes for Broadway Bound LIVE for Season 1 and Season 2.
Diamond Elite is providing housing accommodations for all of our out of state contestants for the entire 4-month season.
The NHCC is providing all of the event space as well as several rehearsal spaces for the entire run of Season 2
Studio 519 is providing all of the camera and lighting equipment needed for the entire season.
UETF has provided a $12,400 grant to help cover the costs of voice, dance, and acting lessons for each of the Season 2 contestants.