Private Broadway entertainment salon and in-depth discussion with cast members, each from a different hit Broadway musical.
Jazz jam sessions in the parlor of a lovely Harlem brownstone.
Private discussions with Broadway producers, directors, costume designers, set designers, company managers, theater critics, etc.
Meeting with select members of the cast following a Broadway performance
Private visit to a major ballet school.
Touring mansions and learning Revolutionary War history in the scenic Hudson River Valley, including private tours of West Point Military Academy and quaint towns and villages.
Or Enjoying a:
Private visit to Rosie’s Theater Kids, which provides training in dance, music and drama to students attending New York City public schools.
Private visit to the Joyce Theatre, the USA's foremost theater dedicated to dance
Private meeting with a Broadway choreographer.
Lunch or dinner in one of the art world’s most prestigious private, cultural clubs, featuring one of New York’s finest Victorian interiors.
Behind-the-scenes visit to the prestigious Decorative Arts Company, responsible for the decorative renovation of historic theaters and capitol buildings throughout the U.S. including, most recently, Rockefeller Center and the Empire State Building.
Visits to Carnegie Hall, including a private meeting with Carnegie Hall’s dynamic, mesmerizing, and knowledgeable archivist/historian. Private visit to a Broadway Costume Shop, as hosted by a costumiére.
Post-performance backstage visits with dancers following a Lincoln Center performance of either the Alvin Ailey Dance Company, the New York City Ballet, or the American Ballet Theatre.
Exploration of the architecture, history, culture, and ethnicity of the fascinating Lower East Side, where the majority of Ellis Island immigrants settled as they started life in their new country; stroll along the bustling, narrow streets of Chinatown and Little Italy, where time seems frozen in the early twentieth century.
Sunday morning gospel service officiated by one of Harlem’s most influential pastors and featuring one of Harlem’s finest gospel choirs. Private meeting with a Harlem-born member of the church, who will lead a walking exploration of the neighborhood in which she was raised.
Private visits to the world’s first performing arts complex (1908), still one of New York’s premiere cultural venues for dance, music, and theater - including meetings with executive and artistic-staff members.
Private explorations of Grand Central Terminal, led by one of the preservationists who worked with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis as co-founder of the “Committee to Save Grand Central.”