Performance Trip Destinations

New York, NY

The City That Never Sleeps, The Big Apple, Capital of the World. Whatever its name, New York City is more than a city of bright lights and skyscrapers. It’s a city of culture and educational experiences found nowhere else in the world. From the bright lights of a re-energized Broadway to the most intimate Off-Broadway spaces in the village, New York theatre and performance offerings are unparalleled. World-class music, opera, and ballet performances at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera, Jazz at Lincoln Center, and more than 40 Broadway Theatre’s are waiting to be discovered by your group. From incredible art galleries and museums to some of the world’s best restaurants, New York’s many offerings and attractions are well known to most visitors. To give your students a truly “educational” experience, consider working with a Broadway performer to learn choreography and music from a current Broadway show, attending a…
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Chicago, IL

Located on the Southwestern shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago is the third most populous city in the United States. Behind the Windy City’s picturesque skyline lies a Midwestern metropolis with world-class status. With more than 200 theatres, five Tony Award-winning theatre companies, pre-Broadway productions, the country’s greatest comedy scene, the renowned Lyric Opera of Chicago and the Internationally acclaimed Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago is a standing ovation for theatre and music lovers. You can visit world-class museums, shop the Magnificent Mile, stroll past Buckingham Fountain in Grant Park, snap a selfie in front of “The Bean,” ride the Ferris Wheel at Navy Pier, brace yourself to lean over the edge of the John Hancock center in Chicago’s highest thrill, TILT at 360Chicago, or step out onto the suspended glass box of The Ledge at Skydeck Chicago. Whatever your interest, a trip to the’ Windy City’ will assure your group an…
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Washington, DC

Washington DC features an endless inventory of museums, historic sites, and memorable places to discover our past, present, and future. Seeing the Washington Monument rise majestically to the sky, surrounded by the stately U.S. Capital at one end of the National Mall and the dignified Lincoln Memorial at the other, it’s hard not to think of America’s history. Take in art, science and history in the amazing exhibits of the Smithsonian Museums. Walk in the footsteps of national heroes as you tour the U.S. Capital. The backbone of the city is built on arts and culture and you’ll have access to awe-inspiring art galleries and unmatched museums. Enjoy a performance at the Historic Ford’s Theatre, The Arena Stage, or the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Here, world-class music, dance, and drama performances take place nearly every day of the year on nine stages. From iconic landmarks, memorials, museums, eclectic…
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Central Florida (Orlando/Disney)

What is the perfect combination of fun and educational experiences for your group? Believe it or not, the “Theme Park Capital of the World!” Perform for citizens from around world and meet your most beloved Disney friends at the Walt Disney World Resort, then learn the soundtrack to a classic Disney animated feature in a Disney Performing Arts Workshop. Enjoy the thrills of two amazing theme parks, Universal’s Islands of Adventure™ and Universal Studios Florida, perform for cheering spectators or take learning to a new level at Universal Orlando Resort™. Shop and dine at Disney Springs or enjoy the tastes and sounds of Universal CityWalk™ before you laugh at the musical antics of Blue Man Group. Enjoy a beachside barbeque lunch while you take in the Florida surf and sun. Magic, thrills and so much more await you in Central Florida. Performance and Workshop Opportunities:At the Walt Disney World Resort:…
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Nashville, TN

Nashville, home of country music and a rich cultural history that defines all-American music, has earned it the nickname, “Music City.” This gateway to the south is a lively, historic town with lots of restorations, museums and music landmarks to visit. Nothing says “Nashville” like a night at the Grand Ole Opry, the longest-running live radio show now heard worldwide on SiriusXM satellite radio. Take a backstage tour to walk in the footsteps of country music’s superstars and get an exclusive look at what happens behind the scenes of the show that made country music famous. Enjoy a show or take a tour of the Ryman Auditorium, also known as “The Mother Church of Country Music.” Step into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and take an extraordinary journey through decades of country music history. Be sure to plan a trip to RCA Studios, where famous artists like…
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