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The goal of the Hell’s Kitchen (HK) Fellowship Program is to build and strengthen the Broadway employment pipeline by engaging and employing individuals from historically overlooked communities to become active and continuous participants in the Broadway workforce.
The initiative aims to establish a framework rooted in the intersectional experiences of BIPOC theater creators and administrators.

Fellows will be exposed to the inner workings of a large-scale Broadway musical, be assigned a mentor, and receive in-depth training in an area that aligns with their interests and talents. In addition, Fellows will have access to industry networking opportunities, private and group coaching sessions, and interactions with Broadway’s leading creative and management teams.
The HK Fellowship Program is focused on providing opportunities for BIPOC individuals interested in working on Broadway, either in a creative or administrative role.
Anticipated Start Date
Fellows will begin on or about February 19th. Each fellowship will be 7-9 weeks in duration.
The Scenic, Costume, Lighting, Sound, and Projection Design Fellowships on this production were made possible by a partnership with United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829, IATSE. HK Design Fellows were employed through Local USA 829's Design Membership Candidate (DMC) Program, which provides on the job training to inexperienced designers by allowing them to work alongside experienced designers to acquire the skills needed to work on Broadway. www.usa829.org
• Direction
• Choreography
• Company Management / Executive Producing
• Costume Design
• Lighting Design
• Projection Design
• Public Relations
• Scenic Design
• Sound Design
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