A Broadway Kids Company offers children from ages 3+ an opportunity to expand their knowledge of music, dance, acting and theater. In addition, we also offer private audition prep, on-camera acting workshops and classes, etiquette classes, private music lessons, girl scout badge classes, vacation days, birthday parties, and summer workshops.
I believe children learn best in an atmosphere where they can express themselves freely. Our motto is "A place where everyone shines like a star!" If they aren't having fun while learning, then I am not doing my job!
Meet Our Teachers
Founder, Owner and Teacher
Jody attended both the University of Massachusetts and Boston Conservatory as a dance major. She has been teaching dance and acting to children, as well as adults, at various dance companies for the past 30 years. She has choreographed major productions for local theater companies such as Fiddler on the Roof, Hairspray, and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, as well, as local high school productions such as Grease, and Anything Goes. Jody helped cast and choreograph a national commercial for Shiki Emoji wrist bands. Many of Jody's students have been cast in local and national commercials and movies.
Jody created the Broadway Kids program 16 years ago to introduce young students to singing, acting, dance, improvisation, as well as getting them comfortable performing on stage.
Currently, A Broadway Kids Company (ABC) is in its eleventh year and offers a variety of classes for kids ranging in ages from 3 to 21 years, with no experience necessary. At ABC students learn about music, dance, and acting, in a fun and nurturing environment. ABC is a well-rounded educational center for the arts. Along with weekly classes, we bring in guest teachers from all over New England, and New York, giving students an opportunity to take classes with professional industry teachers.
In addition, for the past five years, Jody has been the lead dance instructor for the Gym Momentum Gymnastics Camp, teaching dance to hundreds of gymnasts from all over the world.