I had the great honor of helping host the first virtual performance for BYB for the Exceptional Kids Organization in CA, and let me just say, the cast (and crew) beyond blew us away! All of the talent, dedication, and passion that went into this project was only a glimpse into the greatness that this nonprofit is evolving so quickly to become. Who doesn’t love music and watching people do what they love and connect with the special needs audience?!
LAURYN MURAIDA (EKO)
Bringing You Broadway is a radiation of pure joy! Performing again (safely) filled my spirit immensely and to be able to share that feeling with others is the greatest gift. Live entertainment is so needed, and BYB is making it happen!
BRIAN MARTIN (ACTOR)
When I walked in the room for my first rehearsal (masked, of course!), I immediately felt a sense of family and belonging. I felt a joy I hadn't felt since the pandemic began, and I am so grateful for the opportunity to perform, especially for a great cause. I am honored to be a part of this stellar company, and can't wait to see what the future holds for it!
SHEA RENNE (ACTOR)
The Exceptional Kids Organization is a nonprofit that provides opportunity, socializing, and fundraising for the special needs community. As the pandemic hit, their monthly activities went completely virtual. Bringing You Broadway brought so much joy to this community during their very first performance. The kids were glued to their screens, taking in the music, singing and dancing along, and loving every bit of the show! Thank you BYB for sharing your gift of talent and performance with this organization. So excited to see you grow and can’t wait to see more!
EXCEPTIONAL KIDS ORGANIZATION
“Being a part of this company, and being able to bring theatre, and music to these incredible kids and adults has been one of the most rewarding experiences. Watching everyone participate at home, and seeing the talent, wonder, and joy on the other side of the zoom calls is something I’ll never forget.
LEANNE SMITH (ACTOR)
Thanks Bringing You Broadway. It was nice.
JACK FITZPATRICK (STUDENT - BROOKLYN AUTISM CENTER)
I had fun with Bringing You Broadway.