Mosaic Training Program

Applications for the
2024 Mosaic Training Program
are closed.
Congratulations to all of our participants!

Broadway’s Anthony Wayne leads the 2024 Mosaic Program

Through acting, vocal, and dance instruction, this 5-week, in-person musical theater masterclass program will strengthen and enhance students’ performing skills! The Mosaic Training Program is for passionate high-school-aged performers (ages 14-19) who are ready for the next level of musical theater training!

Project Broadway will offer this full-scholarship, high-quality theater arts program to twelve (12) selected BIPOC artists who exhibit a passion for performing and demonstrate financial need. This unique program is designed to help develop performing skills and support those seeking a professional career in the performing arts. Some highlights of the program include: 

This unique program is designed to help develop performing skills and support those seeking a professional career in the performing arts. Some highlights of the program include: 


  • Musical Theater Masterclasses from Broadway teaching artists
  • Weekly feedback & mentorship 
  • A professional Q&A panel with Broadway guests from multiple disciplines 
  • Headshots from a professional photographer 
  • Final student showcase/presentation for top–notch industry guests 


  • Must self identify as a Black, Indigenous, or other person of color, including Latinx, Asian & mixed race.
  • Must be in 9th-12th grade
  • Must demonstrate financial need.

Important Dates

Application Deadline: February 14, 2024 (11:59p.m. EST)
Participants Notified: February 19, 2024

Program Dates: (5 weeks-Sundays @ 10am-12:30pm)

  • Sunday, February 25
  • Sunday, March 3
  • Sunday, March 10
  • Sunday, March 17
  • Sunday, March 24

This is an in-person program that will be held at Ripley Grier Studios – 520 Eighth Avenue in New York, NY. Students will be responsible for providing their own transportation to and from all classes. A small travel stipend may be available for those selected for this program.  

About Anthony Wayne

A man of many sides as an actor, producer and creator, Anthony Wayne has been blessed to do what he’s been born to do. Originally from Norfolk, Virginia and a graduate of Shenandoah Conservatory, Mr. Wayne has recently been seen on Broadway singing “Let’s Stay Together” as Raymond, Tina Turner’s first love interest in “TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL.” His additional Broadway credits include “TOOTSIE – The Musical”, “ANYTHING GOES”, “PIPPIN”, “ONCE ON THIS ISLAND” and “PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT”. His touring credits include “A CHORUS LINE” as Richie Walters, “THE COLOR PURPLE” and “FAME-THE MUSICAL” as Tyrone Jackson. 

In addition to Broadway, he performs in “MIGHTY REAL: A FABULOUS SYLVESTER MUSICAL”; the musical based on the life of 1970’s disco legend as SYLVESTER.

Mr. Wayne resides in Harlem, New York and contributes his time inspiring Black men of the Broadway and theatre community to find the greatness within themselves to be great daily. That work inspired him to found the 501(c)(3) Nonprofit organization “BLACK BROADWAY MEN” which celebrates, educates, and motivates black men of the Broadway & theatre community by creating unity within each other, finding strength through educational opportunities and embraces the legacy of those that have come before us because we are the legacy for those to come after. 

He is a firm believer of creating moments and memories with those he truly cares about and makes time with his chosen & blood family a priority. He, also, believes that the stage is his platform to allow his light to shine bright and his voice to be loud. That inspiration drives him to shine that light no matter what.



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