A new series by popular demand! Join our adored, dynamic, professional guide – a “walking encyclopedia of Broadway!” – who shares interesting stories and rarely seen photographs to make Broadway's past & present merge before your eyes. Attendance on our first set of trips not required.
Celebrate this quintessentially American art form by joining popular instructor James Sokol for a fun, musical journey through video & audio clips and interesting tidbits showcasing some of Broadway’s self-referential songs, from personal declarations to rousing anthems. Come for the songs; stay for the fun
The United States has been the setting of operas by native and foreign composers alike. Celebrate our country by joining popular instructor James Sokol for a journey through some of the masterpieces set in locations from Boston to California, from New York to New Orleans. Video performance clips bring the beauty of this soaring art […]
Known in the decade before World War I as "the man who owned Broadway," George M. Cohan is considered "the father of American musical comedy." He was involved in it all; from vaudeville and minstrel shows to the Broadway musical. Join cabaret singer Gilda Solve for an all-out American tribute by revisiting this historic, patriotic […]
Prepare for International Friendship Day (July 30) and Friendship Day (Aug 1) with a journey through delightful songs from an array of shows from “The Great White Way!” Join James Sokol to learn interesting tidbits about the shows and to experience songs that celebrate friends & friendship!
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