TEDxBroadway is back for its sixth year this Tuesday March 21 at 1pm.
The program was founded on one central question: "What's the best Broadway can be?" But now in its sixth year, the theme has expanded to "Let's Talk", and integrates a meaningful dialogue with all attendees.
This year's panelists include performers, directors, storytellers, and innovators in education, social work, and community.
We're particularly excited to hear from acclaimed director Tina Landau; singer, actor, and dancer Alton Fitzgerald White who broke Broadway records with 4,308 performances as King Mufasa in "The Lion King"; and Lance Weiler, storyteller, entrepreneur, thought leader, and alumnus of the Sundance Screenwriting Lab, to name just a few!
A few members of the Show-Score team will be there to discuss our two favorite topics: innovation and theater, and we hope to see some of you there too!
Who: You and other members of the theater community
What: TEDxBroadway: How can we make Broadway the best it can be?
Where: New World Stages
When: March 21st, 1:00-7:00pm
How: Tickets cost $100
Plan on attending? Let us know in the comments below!