Broadway On Demand announces Broadway Access Classroom – for educators and students

Broadway On Demand, the theater-focused streaming platform, announces Broadway Access Classroom, a new subscription service combining original content, comprehensive educational resources, and full-length streaming performances for educators and students at all levels.

Broadway Access Classroom allows teachers and students to dive deep into the world of Broadway and engage with a wide range of professionals – from performers to producers, directors to designers, composers and lyricists, and everyone in between. The easy-to-navigate portal features over 75 hours of content, with 100 Broadway icons, across 250 exclusive episodes of curated educational programming.

Thematic units of study support the National Core Arts Standards and cover key theatre learning areas including Acting, Designing, Writing, Dramaturgy, & Producing, while full-length streaming productions enable students to engage in deeper post-performance discussions. This original content is a highly flexible teaching resource providing students with conservatory-worthy training options, intimate and inspirational insights from a variety of industry viewpoints, and professional career guidance.

For a limited time only, Broadway Access Classroom subscriptions are available for $249 for a school year, for up to 30 students (normally priced at $399 / school year), when you purchase ShowShareä, now through October 28, 2020. Additional blocks of 10 students can be added for $99. Special offer redemption information will be shared via email following your purchase or if you have already purchased ShowShare.

Additionally, ShowShare, Broadway on Demand’s recently announced one of a kind interface that allows middle school, high school, college, community and professional theatres to stream directly to their audiences, has recently surpassed 1,000 productions on the new platform.

Organizations can utilize the ShowShare on-platform box office or interface with their own in-house ticketing solution, add on enhanced digital marketing packages, and work with the ShowShare team to organize streaming co-productions with other arts organizations. To apply for your production to be featured on ShowShare, please email

Broadway Access Classroom brings 45 Tony Award® winners and over 100 Broadway icons directly into your classroom with a bespoke all-access pass for students and teachers to everything Broadway. This exclusive streaming platform contains more opportunities than could ever be packed into a field trip, with an unmatched collection of workshops, masterclasses, candid conversations about the business, expert advice, and full-length streaming performances. Broadway Access Classroom celebrates the theatre, theatre makers, and the stories that connect us, even when we’re apart.

 Broadway On Demand is the industry-leading livestream platform housing performance and theatre education programming, and the preferred choice of top Broadway artists, producers, educators and professionals. In addition to a growing list of live-captured Broadway shows that can be viewed on demand, Broadway On Demand is partnering with individual artists, concert series, brick-and-mortar performance venues, and producing entities around the world to be able to continuously offer the widest array of archived and live streaming events, including everything from exclusive performances to backstage access to masterclasses, and much more. Thanks to a unique licensing interface, ShowShare, approved middle school, high school, college, community and professional theatre productions utilize the platform to stream to their audiences.

Broadway on Demand is available on the web, mobile, Apple and Android app store, AppleTV, Roku, Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.

For access to the complete and ever-expanding Broadway on Demand library, subscribe at

“Broadway Access Classroom offers educators a diverse resource of engaging, authentic insider content, offering teachers & students alike the rare opportunity to train with Broadway professionals from every corner of the industry.”

  • Edie Demas, Ph.D.