If your show has a published Study Guide, please find that above.
For Virtual Events
You will receive an email containing your specific link on the first day of the assigned time period.
Please share your link only with the students you included in your original ticket request.
For In-Person Events: What You Should Know When Attending a Broadway Show
Arrive at the theatre 45 minutes before the show is scheduled to begin and remind your students to use the bathroom before getting seated, and once in their seats they should promptly turn off or fully silence their phones.
You may not take any pictures or videos of the performance. You are more than welcome to take pictures/videos before and after a show and during intermission.
All phones must be turned off or silenced (no vibration) during the show. You won’t need your phone anyway because you should not text, email, snap chat or use any social/interactive media during the show. You are invited to use social media platforms before and after the show and during intermission but do not use them during the performance. It’s distracting for everyone around you and the actors. (The actors can see the light of your phone and hear you from the stage.) After using your phone inside a Broadway theatre, please be sure that it is once again fully turned off or silenced.
Eat and use the restrooms before the show, after the show or during intermission, and please be sure to note and follow your theatre’s specific rules about areas you can eat and drink. Do not eat when the lights go down and the curtain goes up. Opening candy wrappers or snacking on chips will distract you from the performance and create a disturbance for those around you.
You may not take any pictures or videos of the performance. You are more than welcome to take pictures/videos before and after a show and during intermission (but never featuring any sets or stage pieces). After using your phone inside a Broadway theatre, please be sure that it is fully turned off or silenced, and please tag #broadwaybridges in any positive and respectful posts.
Do not chat during the performance. If you talk, not only can the people around you hear whatever you may be saying, but the performers can hear you, too. Plus, if you’re focused on a conversation with your neighbor, you’re not paying attention to the show. Finally, if someone around you is talking, keep in mind that loud “shushing” can be just as distracting as conversation. If people continue to talk, an usher will come by to quiet unwanted conversation.
You can wear whatever you like to a Broadway show. Some people like to dress up, others choose to be casual.
Remain in your seat. Once the show begins, you shouldn’t get up from your seat unless you must use the restroom or it’s an emergency.
In-Person Broadway Bridges COVID-19 Policy
1) Starting May 1, 2022, everyone attending a Broadway show will need to remain masked the entire time they are in the theatre, except when actively eating or drinking.
2) Audience members for The Skin of Our Teeth will also need to present proof of vaccination AND a government or school ID with them to be admitted into the theatre. Guests aged 12-18 may use a government-issued ID or school ID, with or without a photo. All other guests (teachers and chaperones) will need to present government-issued IDs.
3) For The Skin of Our Teeth, the accepted definition of “Vaccinated” means on the date of the performance a guest is at least 14 days after their second dose of a two dose COVID-19 vaccine OR at least 14 days after their single dose of an approved single dose COVID-19 vaccine.
4) The Broadway Bridges program is an approved extracurricular experience for NYC DOE students. Regarding transportation: Schools may use charter coach buses for travel as yellow busing for school field trips is not currently available. If charter coach buses are not feasible, schools may use public transportation. Schools must ensure that students remain masked at all times while in transit. Get more information.