Broadway in your school

              What the teachers say...

It is such an honor to have these two performers:  who when first entering the room exude an air of confidence, humility, and professionalism.  Each experience is filled with such promise that students will definitely grow and experience in an opportunity otherwise that may not happen in their life’s journey. 

The workshop showed our students that they must have a desire and good work ethic to be successful.  Each student is allowed to experience guidance from these two professionals in such a way they can not help but  be successful. As any instructor would wish for their students to have the best, it can be found working with Jared and Lindsay Bradshaw

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 High School
In addition to being incredibly successful performers, Jared and Lindsay are remarkable teachers.  They have conducted master classes for my students when we've been in New York City.  Students, parents, fellow teachers, and administrators have commented many times that the master class was one of their most memorable experiences, and one of their favorite parts of each trip to New York City.
Ann Dalton Burgess        Director, Armurchee Middle School

"My kids couldn't stop talking about Jared's presentation!"  Lisa Newton, Thomasville HS, Alabama

Lindsay and Jared were able to take us on a journey from high school through their professional lives today. Their backgrounds are from humble beginnings and that very fact immediately connected them to the audience. Their mixture of professional tips, common sense advice, personal stories, and wicked sense of humor kept the students and adults entranced the entire workshop.

I honestly do not know if there could be a better workshop to present for your theatre students than this amazing couple! I personally did not want the day to end! Their incredible connection to the students and their straight forward talk was beyond any expectations I had that day. I feel completely confident recommending these two talented performers and their program to all theatre directors whether they teach high school, college, or in community theatre!

Ola High School, Cynthia Corley
"These two performers bring a special energy and excitement to everything they do.  Their enthusiasm is contagious, and our students were hooked from the start! 

-Martha Summey, Alabama Educational Theatre Association
"Lindsay and Jared showed my drama students how a "normal" person can become a real working actor in New invaluable resource...they are personable and accesible."  -The Altamont School. 
"I think Jared and Lindsay are the kind of mentors most parents seek to nurture their aspiring artist.  Their technical skill goes without question - they are set apart by their willingness to share their wisdom and knowledge of the business based on their collective years of experience.  Also, above all else, they are positive and nurturing.  In working with my daughter Lily, they found and built on her uniqueness and strength, further developing what is already there."
MMD, Atlanta
Josh Markham, Stockbridge High School

...Thanks so much for having Jared and Lindsay conduct the classes and perform in our concert at the high school.   Kids I don’t even teach have come up to me and told me how much it meant to them to work with “stars”, “professionals”, and “real actors”. Teachers have been effusive in their praise. I thought our students gave a great performance, wanting to please you, Jared and Lindsay! Those two shine so brightly that I have a bit of a glow just being associated with them! They were awesome, weren’t they?  PB, Thomson, GA.

A few of my favorite moments was during the lecture part of their workshop when Lindsay shared a very personal story about being bullied in middle school. Her connection to the fine arts in high school was the validating factor for her to see herself as worthy of praise and recognition for her talents. The fine arts did not discriminate against her. As an educator watching the reaction of the students at that point was astounding! You could see on those young faces those that had experienced or were experiencing those same injustices.