Lindsay and Jared with the students of Harlem, GA High School
Jared and Lindsay Bradshaw are both professional actors currently living just outside Times Square in New York City, NY. They perform nightly in the two biggest Broadway hits of the decade: Wicked and Jersey Boys.
The kids of "Stars in your eyes" in Rome, GA.
"The Bradshaw Broadway Workshop: Broadway in your school" is a unique program developed by Jared and Lindsay Bradshaw as a tool to educate, expand and enrich the lives of school kids across the country.
Jared and Lindsay grew up in the small towns of McDonough, GA and Carrboro, NC.
Their careers began with performances in productions with their local churches, high schools, choruses, community theatres, a capella groups, and eventually in college, and professionally in summer stock, regional theatre, cruise ships, national tours like The Sound of Music, off-Broadway like Forbidden Broadway and on Broadway in the two biggest hits of the decade, Wicked and Jersey Boys.
Because they are working actors, Jared and Lindsay usually bring "The Broadway Bradshaw Workshop" to schools on Mondays...Broadway's dark day (and their one day off from performing).
If your school, college, or class is making a trip to New York City, of course Lindsay and Jared can work with you on practically any day of the week.
Private sessions are also available for those parents who want their child to have individual coaching on a one to one basis with Jared and Lindsay.
for more information, contact Jared and Lindsay at:
Lindsay working on song interpretation.
Jared and Lindsay explain the New York audition process. What you should have in your "book", where you go, what to expect, and how to prepare yourself for success and... the next audition.
Jared coaching a duet.
Lindsay coaching a student on sending a song over the footlights.
Here's what the teachers say... " Ok, I could gush and go on and on, but please know in a spirit of completeness: Thank you! Sharing your gifts, passion and love with my students overwhelms me. I am changed "for good." -Roy Lewis Harlem High School