The Project Broadway Ambassadors Circle is a group of students who have benefited from the opportunities Project Broadway has created for young performers. Student Ambassadors meet monthly to discuss ways to fundraise and spread Project Broadway’s mission to a wider audience. Our ambassadors have the opportunity to perform in special events and benefit concerts throughout the year. Project Broadway Ambassadors have performed at the annual College Board Conference in New York City, for American Girl TV’s AG LIFE, The Laurie Beechman Theater and at our annual 54 Below Benefit concert. Our Student Ambassadors are using their skills as performers and social activists to help create educational opportunities for every child who has as an interest in the performing arts.
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2018-2019 Student Ambassadors
Grant Albright (Co-President) is a senior at Hackley School. He has been working with Broadway workshop since he was 10, and this is his fourth year as a Project Broadway Ambassador. He is elated to work with the board yet again to bring theatre experiences to so many students.
Hayden Gelman (Co-President) is a junior at Hendrick Hudson High School and has been a Project Broadway Ambassador for four years. She has been involved in Broadway Workshop’s programs for over eight years, participating in workshops, intensives, and many MainStage productions. Hayden can’t imagine her life without theatre and hopes to introduce her indescribable love for it to others.
Abbie Anderson is a junior in high school. She has been a part of the Broadway Workshop community for more than two years now, performing in Pippin, Emma, and Sweet Charity. She feels so grateful for the theatrical experiences Broadway Workshop has offered her and is honored and humbled to share that with others.
Angelina Boris is a sophomore at Immaculate Heart Academy. She has been working with Broadway Workshop for over five years now, doing classes, workshops, and several productions. Theatre is what she cares about most, and she is honored to represent Project Broadway, and to be able to bring opportunities to others.
Momo Burns-Min is a junior at Weston High School. She has participated in Broadway Workshop classes and workshops since she was thirteen. Most recently she played Baker’s Wife in the 2018 Junior MainStage production of Into the Woods. She is honored to work with the Project Broadway ambassadors this year and to support a program that means so much to her.
Ava DeMary is a senior in high school. This year she became involved with Broadway Workshop and played Charity in the 2018 MainStage production of Sweet Charity. She is honored to be a student ambassador and is looking forward to helping Project Broadway with their mission.
Eva Erikson is sophomore at Harborfields Highschool . She has done many shows with Broadway Workshop, such as the Mainstage production of Sweet Charity and the pilot production of Emma: A Pop Musical. She is so excited to be an ambassador for Project Broadway and she can’t wait to help others experience something she loves so much.
Andrew Barth Feldman is so proud to be a Project Broadway Ambassador for the third year in a row! Andrew has worked with Broadway Workshop since he was ten years old, most recently playing Herman in Sweet Charity, Toad in Wind in the Willows, Galileo in We Will Rock You, and Gomez in The Addams Family. Andrew will be playing Evan Hansen in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway starting on January 30th!
Justin Han is a junior at Northern Valley Demarest High School. He has been involved with Broadway Workshop for a year and was part of the cast of Sweet Charity, the 2018 Main Stage Production. Justin has a passion for performing and activism, and is extremely grateful for the opportunity to join the Ambassador circle at Project Broadway.
Zach Kessel is a senior at Newark Academy. He has been involved with Broadway Workshop for two years, in classes, workshops, and productions, and is honored to be a Project Broadway Student Ambassador again this year.
Margot Krauss is a junior at LaGuardia High School. She performed in the 2018 MainStage production, Sweet Charity at Broadway Workshop. Nothing gives her more joy than theatre and she is thrilled to provide that to others through Project Broadway.
Kate Louissaint is a junior in the dance department at LaGuardia High School. She has participated in two Broadway Workshop Mainstages, and is currently most acknowledged for her playing the role of Leading Player in Pippin. She is truly humbled by the professional and unforgettable experiences she has been afforded by Project Broadway/Broadway Workshop, and hopes to be able to share her privilege of being able to train and perform with others.
Macy McGrail is a sophomore at Fiorello H. Laguardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. She has been involved with Broadway Workshop for seven years, most recently as Cinderella in Into the Woods Jr. She is proud to be a Project Broadway Ambassador, grateful of the opportunities Project Broadway/Broadway Workshop have given her, and eager to spread these opportunities to others.
Shayna Rives is a senior at Lakeland Regional High School and has just begun working with Broadway Workshop in 2018’s MainStage production, Sweet Charity. She is so excited to be representing Project Broadway as a student ambassador and is honored to help provide opportunities for others.
Presley Ryan is a freshman at PPAS. She has been involved in Broadway Workshop for over 3 years and has been part of several Broadway Workshop Junior Main Stage and Workshop productions. Presley is excited to help create theater opportunities for all.
Sadie Seelert is a senior at New Canaan High School. She has worked with Broadway Workshop since age nine, most recently playing Charity in Sweet Charity, Catherine in Pippin, and this spring she’ll be playing Mother Superior in Sister Act. Sadie is honored to be working again with Project Broadway to support this program that she loves so dearly.
Claire Stein is currently a junior at Riverdale Country School. She has been involved with Broadway Workshop for three years and was part of Pippin, the 2017 MainStage production, in addition to Sweet Charity, the 2018 MainStage production. This is Claire’s second year as a Project Broadway ambassador and is honored to serve the role as the Secretary. She is excited to work alongside the talented ambassador team and is grateful for the opportunities the program has provided her.
Timothy Thompson is a senior at Wayne Valley High School. He has been involved with Broadway Workshop for one year, participating in their 2018 MainStage – Sweet Charity. He is thrilled to work with the Project Broadway Ambassador team to help out the community and give opportunities to others!