Check out our list of incredible Broadway stars! The below stars are available for lessons, virtual meet-and-greets, video messages, and more. If you don’t see your idol, let us know and we’ll reach out to see if they’re interested.

Alex Brightman (Tony Award nominee for Beetlejuice)

Beth Leavel (Tony Award-winner for The Drowsy Chaperone)

Rachel Tucker (Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway and West End)

Erika Henningsen (Cady in Mean Girls)

Sean Green Jr. (Aaron Burr in Hamilton)

Taylor Louderman (Regina George in Mean Girls)

James Snyder (Harry Potter in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child)

Andy Karl (Rocky in Rocky)

Orfeh (Paulette in Legally Blonde the Musical)

Will Roland (Dear Evan Hansen, Be More Chill)

Adam Jacobs (Aladdin in Aladdin)

Meghan Picerno (Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera)

Arielle Jacobs (Princess Jasmine in Aladdin)

Telly Leung (Aladdin in Aladdin)

Stephen Carlile (Scar in The Lion King)

Kate Rockwell (Karen in Mean Girls)

Chilina Kennedy (Carole King in Beautiful)

Kyle Selig (Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls)

Ali Ewoldt (Christine Daae in The Phantom of the Opera)

Kay Trinidad (Muse in Hadestown)

Drew Gehling (Dr. Pomatter in Waitress)

Kate Baldwin (Irene in Hello, Dolly!)

Jay Armstrong Johnson (Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera)

Dana Steingold (Girl Scout in Beetlejuice)

Christiani Pitts (Ann Darrow in King Kong)

Gavin Lee (Squidworth in Spongebob the Musical)

Kelvin Moon Loh (Otho in Beetlejuice)

Derrick Baskin (Otis in Ain’t Too Proud)

David Abeles (Ron Weasley in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child)

Joe Carroll (Hans in Frozen)

Margo Seibert (Adrian in Rocky)

Ray Bokhour (Amos in Chicago)

Krystina Alabado (Gretchen in Mean Girls)

Mamie Parris (Grizabella in Cats)

Anne Nathan (Mama Morton in Chicago)

James Brown III (11 Broadway shows)




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