Combining the best of creativity with community outreach, musical theater at Berklee provides performance and leadership opportunities for singers, dancers, conductors, music directors, writers, composers, arrangers, and project managers. Musical theater programming ranges from contemporary musicals to new works by faculty and student composers and arrangers.
There are several ways for students to get involved with musical theater at Berklee, including cabarets, collaboration with the City Music program, contests, and more!
24-Hour Musical Theater Project: Composers, writers, music directors, and performers come together to generate six new 15-minute musicals in 24 hours.
Cabarets: Monthly events at Berklee's Red Room (at 939 Boylston Street) showcase students' musical prowess.
City Music Collaboration: Connecting Boston and the MetroWest communities, this project frequently features musicals for young audiences in the community and at the Berklee Performance Center.
Curtain Up: This concert and songwriting contest features original musical theater songs written and arranged by Berklee students. Find more information here.
Musical Theater Club: This entirely student-run club is dedicated to bringing the best of musical theater to Berklee! Leadership opportunities allow individuals to gain hands-on experience. To learn more, sign up for the club email list, join us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.